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Old December 2, 2012, 09:38 AM   #2
buck460XVR
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No. the smell of horses or the smell of cattle does not bother deer as long as they are used to that smell being in that area. When I milked cows, and bow hunted on the farm, I always wore barn clothes under my camo and stepped in maure piles to cover my scent and it worked well. Doing the same thing farther north in the large forested tracts of state land where cattle were non-existent, it would make them snort and stomp just like human smell. As long as the smell is in the right place, you're fine. Kinda like the smell of humans and dogs to urbanized deer........
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