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I nearly backfired when i read in the pictures from the trailcams i have placed around the farm. 
I hope you enjoy the pictures as much as i do.
Enjoy
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Very cool. Cute little bugger!!! Congrats.Excellent
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That is awesome.......
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Nice!
What ya trappin' for in the small cage?
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Im usually getting a Fox pup or two this time Of year.
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Enjoyed those pics Claus,Thanks
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Way Cool!!! Excellent
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Nice. How much would you estimate that animal to weigh?
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That's impressive Claus sunning looking animal
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Cheaptrick: I estimate he is weighing around 150 - 170 pounds. I'm not very familiar with the Fallow deer.
A friend of mine is though, and he thinks the buck is around 3 - 4 years old and they get up and weigh on the good side of 200 pounds when they are at their biggest .

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I'm movin' to Denmark..................c/o Claus..............Bucky     
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Be sure and put out a salt block and a mineral block for him.  Ladino Clover also works well to draw them in it stays green longer than other things.  Plant turnips and beats as well. 
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I have a lot of clover (more than10 different kinds) the saltblock is about ready to be changed and last year i planted a lot of Jerusalem artichokes ( strange word but thats what google translates it to Whacko ) 
They should be very attractive for the fallow deer i was told.

I just sowed another food plot this spring. 16000ft long and 20 ft wide. It slings around the plantation and the creek, down to a lake. It's a mix of healthy herbs and deer favorites. Also there is a lot of good stuff in there for hare and the Europe kind of Quail. These two spicies are threadned over here.
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Last night he returned with a buddy. A BLACK one..... Exiting if you ask me...
They passed through out garden and my wife got lucky taking this picture.


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Sweet!!  Thanks for sharing, although at 100 degrees, I think I would be on fire.
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Awesome.  I know you will enjoy watching them.  They really love soybeans  and corn also.
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