Doe - hole in snout

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  1. jteeen

    jteeen Active Member

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    This does not look normal to me. Looks like she birthed a healthy fawn in middle of may (early for us) and it is still alive.
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  2. T-Max

    T-Max Well-Known Member

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    Those ticks...................... :confused:
     
  3. jteeen

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    Right above the nose[​IMG]

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  4. Jeff H

    Jeff H Well-Known Member

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    Tough critters indeed
     
  5. Drycreek

    Drycreek Well-Known Member

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    Tough enough ! I have a doe on my place that has the lumpy jaw going on three years now. I would have taken her last year but never saw her while hunting. I figured she died but I have her on camera at a mineral block again this spring. She looks pregnant to me in this pic (May 18) image.jpeg
     
  6. farmhunter

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    yikes - and ticks - uggh
     
  7. Mennoniteman

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    Feed her some Ivomec.
     
  8. Sir Miss A Lot

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    Looks like she got stick jabbed in her nose. Maybe she was eluding a Coyote? Maybe a lion got a grip on her?
     

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