Abundance of cloven-hoofed game was in Slovenia in the past decades constantlyincreasing. With rising populations of ungulates, has consistently increasing the damage caused by game and also compensation from hunting grounds. Damage is mainly caused by red deer and wild boar. Additional feedingof the game should, in theory, reduce the possibility of still greater damage in forrests and on agricultural land. Because of additional feeding, local densitys of game around suplemental feeding places are much higher. Purpose of research was to find out, if the suplemental feeding places in Posavsko LUO are appropriatly placed, and olso if the damages of game are greater in the surroundings of suplemental feeding places than in other parts of forests, and impact of suplemental feeding places on local density of red deer and wild boar. We have analyzed a development phases of forest within a radius of 500-metres and observed what is the proportion of on damage sensitive stands. We found that 50,3 % of suplemental feeding places are not appropriatly placed. We confirmed that young growth browsing is decreasing with the distance from suplemental feeding places. Impact of suplemental feeding places on local densitys of game, is reflected in the game, taken fromhunting grounds. In radius of 1 km is taken 87,1 % of wild boars and 74,6 % of red deer. On the basis of results we deduce, that from forest-economic point of vieiw all suplemental feeding places are not appropriatly placed and are potential at risk of damages.