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They have babies

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by MCgunner, May 12, 2013.

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  1. MCgunner

    MCgunner Member

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    Awe, ain't he cute! :D
     
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    My family in Hickory Ridge Arkansas had a "pet" deer whose mama was killed or abandoned it. Thing just hung around the house and farm for years. Very cool.
    My FIL backed over one in his truck in the woods and felt terrible. Had it stuffed and encased in a nice glass box.
     
  3. Patocazador

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    My sister & I were horse riding in the woods in Wisc. and I jumped a bedded fawn when my horse crossed a log. It ran ahead and tagged after my sister's horse for ~30 yards before it went into thick stuff. My sister was all upset that there was an "orphan" out there lost. I assured her that its mother would find it and all would be well. The next day we saw a doe and fawn together in the same area and my sister calmed down.
    She (my sister) has deer hunted most of her life and even killed an 11 point a few years ago but she was ignorant about their habits.
     
  4. Loyalist Dave

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    Piglets are darned cute, cuddly, and very smart, like an odd looking puppy..., doesn't stop me from making them into chops and bacon several months later. :eek:

    LD
     
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