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Red deer at Applegate Deer Farm

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    Applegate Deer Farm owner Patricia Dolbec offers one of the West Newfield farm's 13 deer a special treat during feeding time.

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    Six of Applegate Deer Farm's deer are on alert in a pasture at the West Newfield location.

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    Red deer congregate in the wooded pasture of Applegate Deer Farm in West Newfield. The farm supplies James Beard Award finalist Cara Stadler with venison for Tao Yuan in Brunswick.

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    Owner Edgar Dolbec shovels ground apples into troths to feed the deer as Patricia looks on.

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    Red deer are native to New Zealand and are the only kind of deer being raised for meat in Maine.

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    Applegate Deer Farm owners Patricia and Edgar Dolbec drive through the fenced pasture of their farm. The Dolbec's herd is down to about 13 animals from its usual number of around 50 because of high demand.

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    A red deer stands in the forest of Applegate Deer Farm. The farm supplies venison to local restaurants. Local wild game, which can’t be sold commercially in the United States.

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