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#6373221 - 07/18/16 01:18 PM Is this NORMAL or DO I need to treat this deer for something???
WestTexasGolfer Offline
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Registered: 10/11/12
Posts: 66
Is there something wrong with this deer or is this simply how the coat is? Can someone let me know what causes this and what I can do to eliminate the problem?



Thanks,

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#6373330 - 07/18/16 02:42 PM Re: Is this NORMAL or DO I need to treat this deer for something??? [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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Looks like a typical summer coat to me. Perhaps a bunch of ticks in that area but that buck looks very healthy to me.

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#6373497 - 07/18/16 04:39 PM Re: Is this NORMAL or DO I need to treat this deer for something??? [Re: fouzman]
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Originally Posted By: fouzman
Looks like a typical summer coat to me. Perhaps a bunch of ticks in that area but that buck looks very healthy to me.



thats my guess too
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#6373548 - 07/18/16 05:13 PM Re: Is this NORMAL or DO I need to treat this deer for something??? [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
WestTexasGolfer Offline
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I assumed it was normal wear and tear for the summer coat but wanted to make sure. anyone tell me what is up with this deers leg???

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#6373690 - 07/18/16 06:30 PM Re: Is this NORMAL or DO I need to treat this deer for something??? [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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And how would you expect to treat it?
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#6373737 - 07/18/16 06:56 PM Re: Is this NORMAL or DO I need to treat this deer for something??? [Re: don k]
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#6373826 - 07/18/16 07:46 PM Re: Is this NORMAL or DO I need to treat this deer for something??? [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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Is this your first year with a high fence ranch? Reason I ask is stated in one of the questions above: how do you plan on treating it? Seems a weird question to ask about treating deer like they are livestock. The second picture all but confirms the diagnosis of a high fence owner or breeder, but is this your first year or just not very experienced? Not trying to rub you the wrong way, seriously. Just giving a little background will help people give more education as needed.

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#6373891 - 07/18/16 08:21 PM Re: Is this NORMAL or DO I need to treat this deer for something??? [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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I don't think it's a problem. I see it a lot. Usually means nice antlers.

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#6373985 - 07/18/16 09:16 PM Re: Is this NORMAL or DO I need to treat this deer for something??? [Re: Texas buckeye]
WestTexasGolfer Offline
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Registered: 10/11/12
Posts: 66
Originally Posted By: Texas buckeye
Is this your first year with a high fence ranch? Reason I ask is stated in one of the questions above: how do you plan on treating it? Seems a weird question to ask about treating deer like they are livestock. The second picture all but confirms the diagnosis of a high fence owner or breeder, but is this your first year or just not very experienced? Not trying to rub you the wrong way, seriously. Just giving a little background will help people give more education as needed.


Worried it was mange, looks worse than it does on all of the other animals. No offense taken I will take all of the education I can get...

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#6374998 - 07/19/16 05:02 PM Re: Is this NORMAL or DO I need to treat this deer for something??? [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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front leg may be from a fence injury?

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