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Dads freak buck

I have had a couple people ask me to post pics of this deer. He would be a pretty good buck if both sides were normal. but hes pretty cool despite his lackings.




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    Mike

    I have shot 2 bucks like that. I think its caused by damage to the back leg or nuts. We get alot of car hits where I live so its pretty common to see there racks like that. I have hit 5 deer this year with my jeep only one died right there. Deer are tough as hell.
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    Funny you say that. I dont know if this is relevant but this deer had lots of ticks between his rear legs none in his arm pits or anywhere else. I wonder if the ticks are an indication of a problem like that? I have never seen ticks on a deer like that.
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    Re: Dads freak buck

    saw a buck very similar to that at the butcher yesterday morning.
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    Re: Dads freak buck

    I dont think ticks will cause that but they will cause other things bad things in the animal.

    I saw a zombie deer the other day I can share more about that one after class
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    Please do!zc
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    Re: Dads freak buck

    My Dad shot a buck similar to this one a few years back. Again, there looked to be some injury from a car, and was on the opposite side of the 'freak' antler. My understanding is that thus is typical.
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