Flehmen deer?

Submitted by Becky P on 01/16/2003. ( ) 64.12.96.202

I checked the archives but could not find what I was looking for.
I'm thinking about doing a flehmen deer for competition. Is it o.k. to use the flehmen mouth piece assembly like McKenzie sells or do I have to cast one myself? Any info, suggestions or advice will be appreciated.
Thank You, BP

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What category...

This response submitted by Mike Dunbar on 01/16/2003. ( ) 207.230.218.149

are you entering in? If its the masters division here, you would have to cast it yourself. But, I would think the open and commercial divisions would allow them. Does your association have a website where you could contact someone?


Category

This response submitted by Becky P on 01/16/2003. ( ) 64.12.96.104

I will be entering in the professional division. Thanks, BP


Becky

This response submitted by Superpig on 01/16/2003. ( ) 205.188.209.10

you can use a commercial mouthpiece for our professional division. I would however not use McKenzie flehming mouthpiece but choose Noonkester. I found McKenzie flehmen mouthpiece to anatomically inaccurate especially the upper palate.


MacKenzie or Meder?

This response submitted by Mike Dunbar on 01/16/2003. ( ) 207.230.218.65

There are two from MacKenzie, and the Meder is better I believe.


That's right Mike

This response submitted by Superpig on 01/16/2003. ( ) 205.188.209.10

I forgot that McKenzie bought off Meder. Yeah the Meder one is good too. I was talking about the old original McKenzie jawset for flehmen deer, before they bought Meder.


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