Deer are forest animals that feed on sedges, small shrubs, grasses, the shoots and leaves of trees and some other woody plants they come across. 

Deer can safely eat pumpkins. In fact, their diet mainly consists of fruit and vegetation, which means pumpkins are a great solution for them.

Pumpkin is packed with fiber—which is an element important for good digestion and better bone health. Pumpkin seeds are also a great source of fats. 

If you want to get deer to eat pumpkins, you can pop open the fruit so they can easily access what’s inside. When pumpkins get fully grown, it is harder for an animal to eat them. 

Deer eat pumpkins throughout the whole year. In the summer, they’ll consume leafy parts, while in the fall they’ll go for ripened fruits.

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