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Old March 30, 2013, 01:45 PM   #59
Scottish Highlander
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Hi Dragline45, thats ok If you see a hind in the autumn and she has a calf but the mother (hind) is thin or old you have the good reason to cull her. She would probably die during the winter anyway. I shot a hind a few years back and she had 3 teeth left. She was that thin when we went to collect her my dad said just leave her.....she was skin and bone. Thats the sort of deer you look to kill....either barron deer who cant take calf, thin and old....if its for the pot then a yearling is nice

Stags we tend to try and take out old fellas or switches , there stag killers with there bad heads

Ps.3 deer is my record
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