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Discussion in 'Deer & Gamehead Photos' started by Terry Vining, May 18, 2007.
If there is a intrest in watching him grow, I will post one photo every week
it is amazing how fast antlers grow! i would love to watch him grow up Terry
That's a good idea Terry, if you don't mind.
HOw big is your compound? And not your Bow, the pen.
If you do that Terry, you'll get some of these guys hitting this post as often or more than the nasty girl sites.
Ten acres. 4 pens Mr T
* maybe I should post some does. lol
Friday May 25 update Tiny
Terry, is he getting antler growth feed, or is he just mowing the lawn? Are you "growing" for big racks or letting the deer do their thing?
Mr T. I give them feed and a good 3rd cutting hay year round. I get the pellets from a feed mill, made to my specs.
update june 8
Terry would you mind sharing the spec's on your feed ?
i agree. most of us would love to see his growth. keep them comming. thanks for posting them.
Upddate June 15, 2007
man they grow fast. thanks for sharing
man he has some bases on him!
Very nice buck. Thanks for sharing
Interesting post! I'll definitely follow this one.
Terry, its amazing how further ahead you guys to the west are, compared to us "easterners". Most of my bucks are just getting to the cluster thats G-2s, G-3's and if theyll have em, drop tines. Yours were there a full three weeks earlier. I still maintain thats partially whats going on with big midwest bucks. Others wont agree, but my stuff is direct out of Ziegler stock and he has brows and beam before mine start in late April. All these bucks finish about the same time, so I always wonder just how they "catch up" so to speak. My older bucks go alittle sooner though. Unfortunately I no longer have the six year olds so Im now watching yearlings and two yr olds for the most part. Good pics!
It's amazing how it's depends on your location.My buddy was hog hunting in Texas late April and saw an 8 point velvet buck.I try to find the pix and post.