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High Fence Deer

OK I understand it is a high fence operation but this is still an impressive deer if the photo has not been altered.

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that is a nice deer but being

that is a nice deer but being behind a fence i think of it as livestock.

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Agree

Too bad I can not send it under the title "My new trail cam photo"

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 I don't know. Do you guys

Think  I don't know. Do you guys think the bases are a little thick compared to the deers head? Looks too good to be true if you ask me. Though I could be wrong. Where did you get the pic?

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That is the trouble in rasing

That is the trouble in rasing deer in a high fence area like live stock.  They can alter the genes to where there is massive antler growth.  This increases the trophy potental for someone that wants to buy the antlers by the scoring inch but can never really brag about it. 

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Thats a good point. You're

Thats a good point. You're probaly right. Doesn't seem too fair to me.

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Good looking deer, but I do

Good looking deer, but I do not agree with the high fence hunting.

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Impressive antler growth for

Impressive antler growth for sure, but I'm with the others here in that I consider it livestock when it's being scientifically bred and kept on a strict diet of protein pellets.

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