Wild Game Analysis, Hunting bag and Cull Tools

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Introduction:

Welcome to the world’s probably strongest Population Analysis and until now unseen Cull Tools (by 2020) – for private and professional hunters, land lords, population management agencies, hunting organizations, scientists and biologists.

For the last min. 12-13 years I have worked intensively on a Wild Game Analysis, which contains a very advanced, independent, dynamic and self-controlling as well as simulating population analysis for many huntable and non-huntable wild game species in all countries of the world. – See the Wild Game Analysis startpage.

The primary parts of the Wild Game Analysis are international, in both Danish and English and a little Swedish.

In the Wild Game Analysis, the User selects all conditions and variables (including hunting bag – cull), and User will then get all the details of the population in tables and charts – and see the population development over 6 years, in status and in dynamics (course). User finds the best hunting bag (cull) in the Wild Game Analysis´s part 2. All common key figures (ratios) are displayed, as well as several new key figures, that allows one to observe population status and population dynamics in a whole new way. – View a Result- Table.View a Result- Chart.

In this Wild Game Analysis one can also optimize the population of trophy-bearing males, to obtain more and stronger bucks, bulls or stags – well not to mention without destroying the best population situation found in the Game Analysis (best composition, best hunting bag, etc.). – See one result of optimization.

Based on this Wild Game Analysis, separate Cull Tools for many animal species in all over the world and separate Cull Tables for roe deer in 8 countries (in Danish and English) have been established, where Users can find the likely number of animals, for their chosen animal species, in the selected country’s districts and at national level – and also the correct hunting bag at national level, in the country’s districts – and as something completely new also in your own defined hunting area.See one of the Cull Tools.

The Wild Game Analysis and Cull Tools are probably a world news, and will be released soon, and will be addressed to: hunters, land lords, population management authorities, hunting organizations, scientists and biologists and others – and can be regarded as a useful utility for promoting and documenting correct population management and sustainable hunting.

At the end of this page you can download some .xlsx files, for further explanation and presentation. However, it is recommended that you first see what this is about, in the following.

NOTE: Write to me (under Contact) if you are interested in this Wild Game Analysis and its separate Cull Tools – or have questions about it.


Is there a need for this Wild Game Analysis and its Cull Tools?

Yes, you can definitely say that there are. – As evidence that for many years there has been no sustainable hunting of multiple game species, we have the hunting statistics, which indirectly show very large and repeated declines in the populations of for example. roe deer and moose in several countries – and this Wild Game Analysis’s finished analyzes clearly explain why, and show how this can be corrected.

Eg. the number of shot animals in roe deer in several countries has fallen sharply – in Sweden we see a decrease in numbers of shot roe deer over 22 years (1993-2016) = 275,598 animals, corresponding to: 72% – 3.28% pa, and in both Denmark and Norway we also see sharply decreases the roe deer population. Moose’s decline in their harvest in Sweden over the age of 34 (1982-2016) = 92,621 animals, corresponding to: 53% – 1.66% p.a.- and in Finland and Norway there are also large declines in moose populations.  

If you ask 10 roe deer hunters about how many animals are likely to be in a given hunting area and what the best cull (harvest) is here – you probably get 9-10 different answers, of which only one answer can be probably right. – This probably means, that there will be very different harvests on the 10 hunting grounds of the 10 roe deer hunters, compared to the most likely best hunting bags on these hunting grounds – and this must be considered harmful to the population and the hunters – and must be regarded as unsustainable hunting.

Your Need ?: To identify your need for this Wild Game Analysis, and / or its separate Cull Tools – you are challenged to a small test, where you answer some questions – and then you are notified if you are already a good population manager – or if you will benefit from, or may be in direct need of, this Wild Game Analysis or its separate Cull Tools.

After reading this page, you can download (open) the file at the end of the page: “Test Your Knowledge Now – do You Need This Game Analysis.xlsx” – to test if you will benefit from, or need this Wild Game Analysis or its separate Cull Tools.


Entrance to the Wild Game Analysis and Cull Tools:

The Wild Game Analysis will be released soon in several versions, with increasing details and with 3 User interfaces. I am almost certain, that this Wild Game Analysis is the world’s strongest Wild Game Analysis (population analysis) to day (2020), which views population analysis in a completely different way, and with new angles.

Also the Cull Tools will be released soon, and these must definitely be a long-missed item – as there has been no help so far for hunters and landlords, in estimating the number of animals on one’s own hunting grounds – and finding the likely best hunting bag (harvest) and the best distribution of this hunting bag in mails, females and kids on this one´s own hunting ground.

Both the Wild Game Analysis and the Cull Tools are international – in Danish and English.

Already now (at the bottom of this page) you can open a .xlsx file, which is an: Entrance to the entire Wild Game Analysis including Cull Tools, in which everything is explained and where you can see a lot about roe deer and moose in connection with harvest / the cull. – A photo from the beginning of this file looks like this:

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I think even tanned hunters can get new inputs, and a different view of our wild game populations and the population dynamics in them – by downloading and browsing the above seen Entrance.

It is also in this file that you can test your knowledge of roe deer and moose in the 8 countries of the Wild Game Analysis, to see if you are a good population manager on the shooting (cull) side – or if you need – or will benefit from this Wild Game Analysis, or its separate Cull Tools:

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After reading this page, you can (at the end of this page) download (open) the file: “Entre til Vildtanalyse ved Jack Hansen.xlsx” – “Entrance to Wild Game Analysis by Jack Hansen.xlsx”, which is an Entrance to the entire Wild Game Analysis inclusive Cull Tools – where you can read all about the Wild Game Analysis, its Cull Tools, its Cull Tables and its Optimization Model, etc., and at the same time get a lot of inspiration and knowledge about our populations of roe deer and moose, population conditions, population status and population dynamics etc.

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The Cull Tools (separate):

These Cull Tools apply to roe deer, moose and other deer, as well as many other similar animal species worldwide.

These Cull Tools are highly recommended to all hunters of the world, who want to shoot sustainably in the wild game populations, to all hunting landlords who will establish a legitimate number of shot animals on their own hunting grounds, and to the population management authorities – especially regarding roe deer and moose, but also many other species of animals worldwide.

Here you can see a short description and some selected photos of Cull tools, which are a number of simple and easy-to-use tools that everyone in the field of hunting and population management on the cull/harvest- side can acquire and use separately – in order to achieve sustainable hunting and a better composition of selected wild game populations, on their own hunting grounds, in the districts and at national level – worldwide:

The Cull Tools are intended for Users who do not have the time, or want to do perform analysis themselves in the Wild Game Analysis – but would like to achieve / perform proper shooting on their own hunting grounds, in the districts and nationally.

In the Cull Tools, hunters can find the best hunting bag / harvest and best distribution of this harvest on their own hunting grounds, just as hunting landlords can do the same. – The population management authorities and the hunting organizations can find the best hunting bag and distribution rates in districts and at national level.

So in Cull Tools, you can (probably for the first time ever), find probable numbers of animals in just your hunting area as well as the probably best harvest / cull (divided into adult males, adult females and cubs) in your hunting area – this for roe deer, moose and other animal species with similar biology and conditions – this in 8 already defined countries in Europe, and in other countries of the world, that you have to define yourself regarding size etc.

First photo: European map regarding roe deer, moose and other animal species – from which in the file: “Afskydningsværktøjer – Cull Tools.xlsx”, one can jump directly to the desired Cull Tool, by clicking on: red circles = Roe deer, blue circles = Moose and white circles = Other animal species :

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As for Cull Tools regarding other animal species in the rest of the world, this Cull Tool is used: “L Alle dyrearter i alle lande / All Animal Species in All Contries”:

Below you see a photo of all the Cull Tools in the file: “Afskydningsværktøjer – Cull Tools.xlsx”:

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Below you see a photo of one of the 16 Cull Tools found in the “Cull Tools” file – which are very simple and User-friendly – and the file can be acquired (and used) separately (- completely free from the underlying Wild Game analysis, which is the basis (groundwork) for these Cull Tools):

Eg. the Cull Tool – roe deer in Germany (the results of the Cull Tool itself are of course visible):

In all Cull Tools, best harvest rate and best distribution of the harvest are already inscribed (in the yellow cells) – all based on game analyzes performed in the Wild Game Analysis itself (but User can change this also). The population size is inserted, but this can be changed by User. – User writes the size of his hunting area himself, and the Cull Tool suggests the quality of this area compared to an average hunting area in the country, but User selects this value himself:

One of the Cull Tools:

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After reading this page, you can (at the end of the page) download (open) the file: “Cull Tools by Jack Hansen.xlsx” – where you can also see what these 16 useful and simple tools look like – for roe deer in 8 countries and moose in 3 countries, for roe deer and moose in all world countries having roe deer and moose, as well as for other similar animal species in all the countries of the world.

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Cull Tables (separate):

These separate Cull Tables are the simplest and smallest result view of the Wild Game Analysis, which may be sufficient for some, or perhaps many roe deer hunters in the Wild Game Analysis´s 8 countries. – Available in Danish and English.

These Cull Tables, which only applies to roe deer in the 8 countries of the Wild Game Analysis, can be seen on a single page, which you can carry everywhere on your phone, tablet or similar. You see static tables regarding the best cull /hunting bag, which with a calculator and paper and pencil can easily be converted to one’s own wishes / circumstances. – The tables have explanatory examples.

The values in these Cull Tables are also based on the Wild Game analysis´s variables and results – at the time of execution, but are easily converted to other stock sizes, hunting area sizes, etc.

Here, too, you can find the best hunting bag / cull on your own hunting ground.

Here’s what the Cull Tables look like (also available in Danish):

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Read more about this on the page: “Entre til Vildtanalyse ved Jack Hansen.xlsx” / “Entrance to Wild Game Analysis by Jack Hansen.xlsx”, which can be downloaded at the end of this page – and where you also see this Cull Table.

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The Wild Game Analysis itself:

In the Wild Game Analysis, simulation can be done, which in brief outline shows:

  • The status of your chosen wild species (huntable as non-huntable) in your chosen country.
  • Population development over 6 years, by User’s own chosen loads and conditions.

In the Wild Game Analysis, User finds the probably most accurate hunting yield in any stock of roe deer, moose and other similar animal species – in 8 predefined countries and in all other countries that User defines (size, etc.).

The user can choose the User- input of the analysis himself and change all the many variables (both biological and conditional) (pre)selected by me. – This makes this Wild Game Analysis impartial.

The Wild Game Analysis is all the way through self- controlling – ie. that User errors and any errors in the analysis itself will be immediately and automatically reported visually.

Ovenfor nævnte betyder, at Vildtanalysen ikke har behov for ekstern validering fra nogens side.

The Wild Game Analysis shows fully completed analyzes for roe deer in 8 countries in Europe, and for moose in 3 of these countries – where the best harvests and distribution of this in adult males, adult females and cubs, is found.

This site does not describe all the things that the Wild Game Analysis offers, as everything can be read in the file: “Entre til Vildtanalyse ved Jack Hansen.xlsx” / “Entrance to Wild Game Analysis by Jack Hansen.xlsx”, which can be downloaded freely at the end of this page – just as you can see content in the following photos.

However, the following should be mentioned:

We are currently in several countries. on collision course with both roe deer and moose, where there are constantly repeated declines in annual yields / hunting bags – which could have been avoided if simulation of the population situations had been done in a simulation Wild Game Analysis such as this one. – Repeated unwanted fall in populations are not complying with the Hunting Act and the Hunting Ethics Rules.

In this Wild Game Analysis have been tested many seen and widely differing and contradictory recommendations and directions regarding the cull in roe deer, and it can be said – that if many or all of the hunters follows most of these recommendations and directions, the roe deer populations will collapse – no doubt about this.

In the Wild Game Analysis have been tested (and saved) the current hunting yield and cull distribution of the 8 countries for roe deer and moose – and the causes / reasons have been found, to the seen large population declines of both roe deer and moose in several countries, which is documented by the countries’ game yield statistics.

As further documentation of the current need for monitoring, simulating population analysis and practical cull tools, is seen in the Wild Game Analysis (and in the file: Entré), a number of examples of insane and absolutely devastating hunting yields on specific anonymous hunting grounds in Denmark. – It can be documented that hunting landlords in contracts promise / permit annual take out of roe deer per year, in a number that often far exceeds the estimated probable number of roe deer in the hunting area at the end of July (- where the population is almost largest).

Gaining insight into e.g. the composition and dynamics of the roe deer or moose population, is really something that a hunter on the hunting ground can greatly benefit from – and it should all end in all hunters to harvest right on their own hunting grounds, to ensure sustainable hunting that complies with the intentions of the Hunting Act and the Hunting Ethical Rules, which (in my gentlest wording): are so roundly and vaguely worded, that they are of no help whatsoever in practicing hunting on the shooting side.

It is not sufficiently simply to look at the evolution of the populations by looking at the hunting statistics. Only by simulating population analysis can one monitor and identify which things go wrong, and only here can one detect and (in due time) rectify an inappropriate population situation. – For hunted game species, the only way to accommodate a declining population, is to regulate the harvest (the cull) and the equally important distribution of this cull in females, males and cubs. – It turns out that the major changes do not need to be made, to correct an inappropriate population situation caused by unsustainable harvest (hunting bag).

The Wild Game Analysis can be used for all animal species with a biology (including average lifespan) roughly like roe deer and moose, but the “basic animal species” of the Wild Game Analysis is roe deer and moose.

The Wild Game Analysis can be used for a wide variety of animal species in all countries of the world, but the “basic countries” of the Wild Game Analysis are 8 countries in Europe:

Vildtanalysens 8 lande, hvor færdige analyser foreligger (er gemt i Vildtanalysen) for råvildt i alle 8 lande, og for elg i 3 af disse lande (Norge, Sverige og Finland).

In the Game Analysis, selected images of completed analyzes of roe deer and moose are stored in the 8 countries of the Game Analysis. In these you can find the best cull (harvest)l and the best distribution of this harvest, for roe deer in 8 countries and for moose in 3 of these 8 countries. – Hereby you can also see how the analysis is done, as well as you will see: that in fact, the very large changes do not need to be done, in order to correct (avoid) an inappropriate population situation.

The saved analyzes also show optimization of trophy-bearing males (bucks, bulls, stags etc.), which, moreover, does not require as large sacrifices as one might often think.

Below you see some selected photos of the Wild Game Analysis itself:

The Wild Game Analysis startpage:

Below are selected moose in Finland. – The user only have to select input in the 7 bright yellow fields on this startpage, after which this selected population situation is immediately simulated for 6 years, and the population dynamics is presented in the form of tables and charts, and all common key figures (ratios) in population analysis are present – as well as several new unprecedented key figures (ratios):

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The Wild Game Analysis provides a lot of help / assistance (Guides) to use it, and many places are found autogenerated conclusions, that help you assess your population situation – to see if you need to improve your chosen population situation and development over 6 years, by finding a better harvest (cull) and distribution of this.


Content of the Wild Game Analysis:

Below is the Game Analysis Table of Contents for Part 2 of the Game Analysis, in which you find the best population situation (best cull and best distribution of this cull for a hunted game species):

– this table of contents gives you an idea of what the Game Analysis contains of analysis areas and key figures (ratios), and all sorts of other information:

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Table of contents is divided into 2 photos, and below is the second photo:

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You click (in the Game Analysis itself) the desired position in the table of contents above and jump directly to the position showing table and associated chart:

One of the many Result- tables of the Wild Game Analysis:

Below is a table showing the first part of the analysis: Your population situation selected at the start of the analysis, which does not have to be a good population situation:

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And below you will see a Diagram showing the first part of the analysis: Your population situation selected at the start of the analysis, which does not have to be a good population situation:

One of the many Result- diagrams:

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Below you will see one of the autogenerated results of optimizing the trophy-bearing males (shown here for roe deer (bucks) in Denmark), in the Wild Game Analysis´s optimization model. – This without detracting the already found best population situation in the Wild Game Analysis.

One of the autogenerated results of trophy-bearing males optimization:

Game analysis optimization of bucks in Denmark.

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Download files that you can save, and you are welcome to pass on these files to others – according to the following rules:

1. Do not alter or edit the material.

2. It must be stated that the material is copyrighted, by Jack Hansen 2020.

3. The material may only be used in a non-commercial context and no money may be made from the material.

So you can already download (open) the following files, which are a selection from the Wild Game Analysis itself and the separate Cull Tools – so that you can see this beforehand.

Remember: “Enable editing” (at the top of the file you open) for active links to work. – When you download these .xlsx files, they are automatically security scanned.

First, download (open) the file: “Test Your Knowledge Now – Do You Need The Game Analysis.xlsx” – to test if you want to benefit from, or need the Wild Game Analysis or its separate Cull Tools. – In 10 – 12 min. (or before) you will know if you are a good population manager on the cull side, such as hunter, hunt landlord or other kind of population manager – regarding roe deer in 8 countries in Europe and moose in 3 of these countries.

Download (open) the file: “Cull Tools by Jack Hansen.xlsx” – to see what these useful and simple tools look like. – In this file, you can also see the Game Analysis “Cull Tables” in the bottom tab of the .xlsx file: “Roe deer – 2 Cull Tables” to the right of the tab: “Afskydningsværktøjer – Cull Tools” at the bottom of the screen.

Download (open) the file: “Entrance to Wild Game Analysis by Jack Hansen.xlsx”, which is an Entrance to the entire Wild Game Analysis including Cull Tools – where you can read all about the Wild Game Analysis, its Cull Tools, its Cull Tables and its Optimization Model, etc., and at the same time gain a great deal of inspiration and knowledge about our populations of roe deer and moose, population conditions, population status and population dynamics, etc.

Here’s a little prayer from me, on behalf of the deer game:

Quite a number of hunters still use the heart bullet for deer game, and on the shooting ranges they recommend (also incomprehensibly) pure lung bullets. The heart bullet is used despite the fact that the heart bullet is a bullet in soft tissues, where the animal (both roe deer and especially the larger deer species) rarely dies immediately, and often is seen deer running a long distance after the shoot. – When the animal can run after the shot, it can also always feel anxiety and most often (about 60%, we assume) it can feel pain – which is absolutely unnecessary. The heart bullet is also the cause of most searches. – Please download (open) the file: “JH Fire the Heart Bullet – use the CNS bullet.xlsx” and see this documented thoroughly. – Remember: “Enable editing” at the top of the file you open, for all active links to work.

The file you can download looks like this – The file is currently mostly in Danish, but you probably understand the content anyway. – In the text boxes of the file you will see some English translation:

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About me:

– in connection with this ongoing project:

The Wild Game Analysis´s developer and owner: Jack Hansen, Nordsjælland in Denmark-DK.

My background:

I have been an active hunter since my 10th year, ie for around 58 years. I started as a machine carpenter and have the following degree programs: Tree Technician, Merkonom in Accounting, Physical Education and Building Constructor. I have worked for many years as a calculator, and have worked extensively with graphic things, such as publications, reports etc.

For many years I have been researching roe deer on a private level – in several countries, both in and out of hunting season.

Contact me if you want to know more about Wild Game Analysis and the separate Cull Tools and / or if you are interested in acquiring these, when they are released.

Jack, and in the background you see Johannes, who took me hunting when I was 10 years old – and all the way up to last year. The mastersmith Johannes was a really skilled and humane hunter. – He was a very good and thoughtful teacher, and probably very fair.

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