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DEER DIARY

This month we bring you a deer’s-eye view of its neighbouring humans’ veg-growing endeavours. As told to KG reader Julie Freeman

I visited the plot again today. I don’t really understand human-speak, but judging by the look on their faces when they see me, I don’t think I’m welcome. I can’t see the problem. It’s all food after all and that’s what this place is about. I just thought it was there for the taking. I don’t eat it all and always try to leave some behind. I left half a caulilower the other day. I thought ‘that’s probably enough for someone’s tea and I only munch a bit of the end of the courgettes and there’s thousands of those. What do they do with all those courgettes?

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