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PIEBALD whitetail newborn fawn for sale

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by wvdeerguy, May 30, 2012.

  1. wvdeerguy

    wvdeerguy New Member

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    This is a newborn whitetail piebald fawn. She died at birth from delivery complications. She was immediately frozen after death and will remain that way until shipped.

    This is the most beautiful piebald fawn I have ever seen. Ones like these come become available very often. She is symmetrical on both sides with the splotching and dusting of color. There are NO holes, cuts, scratches or fur missing. She is in perfect condition.

    I am a licensed whitetail deer farmer in West Virginia. With the purchase of this fawn, all ownership paperwork will be sent with it. Licensing and transfer paperwork through the WV DNR will give all authorization to own this fawn.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to call 304-288-4090

    I am asking $500, but will entertain any reasonable offer.
     

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  2. Stunning animal.. I've never seen a piebald like this.

    best of luck selling her, dear.​
     

  3. Nightweaver

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    Hmmm. Is it lifesizable? I know it's in perfect shape but I heard sometimes if an animal is too young or frail the leather win't hold during mounting.

    She sure is an unique piebald. Almost half and half, most pies I see look really splotchy like a paint horse.
     
  4. Hyacinth

    Hyacinth Fur collector

    How pretty. Good luck!
     
  5. lizardguts

    lizardguts skull collector

    I'd like to know this as well, or would freezedrying be the only option?
     
  6. Grihm

    Grihm New Member

    I'm interested to know who buys it, I really want to see it mounted up. That's the most gorgeous piebald deer I've ever seen, sad she didn't make it.
     
  7. EbonFeline

    EbonFeline New Member

    Exquisite animal... Would love to see pictures when she's mounted up.
     
  8. wvdeerguy

    wvdeerguy New Member

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    Thank You to everyone for the inquiries and replies about our beautiful little piebald doe fawn. We have sold her to a taxidermist to use as a competition piece.

    We hope that we don't have anymore to sell, but if we do we will post them.
     
  9. Galen

    Galen 218-263-7177 www.EdgewaterTaxidermy.com

    I freeze dry fawns all the time if anyone needs any done.

    Check out my website.


    Galen Getting
    218-263-7177 Central Time
    www.edgewatertaxidermy.com
     
  10. nina5150

    nina5150 Active Member

    BEAUTIFUL......it is a full term baby..i have done allot of full term animals and they tan up just fine...assuming it was not out in the elements.....
     
  11. George

    George The older I get, the better I was.

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    I've cut them out of roadkill does and mounted them with no issues. Sure, the skin is very thin and delicate, but no more than trying to mount a dove or a baby cottontail (even an ADULT cottontail). You can't have hammerhands and try to muscle it, but they mount just fine.
     
  12. For all of you that are interested, I purchased the piebald doe fawn and will be putting together a unique piece with this specimen. When this is done I will post pictures. Thanks Mark


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  13. wvdeerguy

    wvdeerguy New Member

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    Hey Guys

    Due to a misunderstanding, this fawn is still available. I also have an albino newborn available.
     
  14. northernmontana

    northernmontana Active Member

    PM sent. I'll take it.
     
  15. Daniel M.

    Daniel M. Tongo, the best dog in the world. (Saarloos)

    That is a stunning fawn! Very nice coloring! I really like mounting those tiny little guys, and just like Mr. George said, they aren't hard to do at all :)

    This is the smallest one I have done so far...
     

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