Deer definition

Deer means white-tailed deer (Oddocoileus virginianus).
Deer means white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) and/or Sika deer (Cervus nippon).
Deer means white−tailed deer and does not include farm−raised deer.

Examples of Deer in a sentence

  • CumminsThat we do purchase a John Deer 2755 tractor from Cervus Equipment to run water pumps for a price of $7,500 delivered plus taxes.

  • Clinical practica sites are currently located in Calgary, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Ottawa, Red Deer, Regina, Saskatoon, Victoria and Penticton.

  • In response, only the Village of Brown Deer provided video for one of its two drop boxes located at Village Hall.

  • Considerable time at that meeting will be spent discussing the land use agreement with the Terra Bella Irrigation District and the development of the Deer Creek property.

  • Data before July 1998 are from the Deer Island and Nut Island WWTF combined.

More Definitions of Deer

Deer means fallow deer, red deer, roe deer and sika deer and any other species of deer specified in an order made under subsection (2) below and includes any hybrid of those species and, where appropriate, the carcase of any deer or any part of it;
Deer means deer of the Red, Fallow or Sika species managed on a holding enclosed by a deer- proof barrier and kept by way of business for the primary purpose of the production of meat;
Deer means Virginia white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) and any other free ranging deer encountered in the natural environment.
Deer means a white-tailed deer or mule deer.
Deer means all or any deer species found in New Mexico.
Deer means deer of any species that are managed by a keeper (including deer that are managed on enclosed park land), but for the purpose only of article 4 includes wild deer;