Yes, deer will eat peaches. Every year, I feed them peaches and apples and they love them.
However, I have discovered that they love the peach leaves better than they do the peaches themselves. They will destroy young trees if given the chance. So, you might want to keep them out with electric fences when first planted.
Can Deer Eat Peaches?
Deer will eat peaches pits, leaves and the fruit itself. They love to eat fruits and hunters can capitalize on this by creating a food plot.
When done correctly, you will be able to plant trees and seeds that will attract deer onto your property throughout the hunting period.
Will Deer Eat Peaches leaves?
Deer aren’t picky eaters and enjoy lots of fruits. They will also each apples and peaches, pits and leaves.
From experience, they prefer eating Peach saplings more, the leaves itself and pay less attention to the fruit itself.
I do notice they have a preference for overripened peaches. This causes them to fall of the tree and make easy pickings for the deer.
At times, the deer in your area might be unfamiliar with peaches so it might show hesitation to eat it. They might take a small bite and move on.
If familiar, they will eat them more vigorously.
Will Deer Eat Peaches Off the Tree?
Yes, if the leaves are accessible, deer’s familiar with peaches won’t mind taking a bite.
Are Peaches Good For Deer?
Peaches are safe and good for deer. You should feed it to them.