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#7218304 - 07/07/18 06:14 PM Determining age of a deer
tlk Offline
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You can't fix stupid

#7218514 - 07/08/18 07:19 AM Re: Determining age of a deer [Re: tlk]
snake oil Offline
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Nothing new to me. I knew about the incisors we had to do this on a Coleman lease and we all know the tooth wear varies by different areas of the State..

#7219331 - 07/09/18 08:11 AM Re: Determining age of a deer [Re: tlk]
txbigly Offline
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Ive been sending teeth there for ten plus years. Takes all the guess work out of it

#7219354 - 07/09/18 08:37 AM Re: Determining age of a deer [Re: tlk]
Wytex Offline

Registered: 12/07/16
Posts: 525
Loc: Wyoming
The WG&F has the most accurate tooth aging lab in our area, Rocky Mountains, they have tested their results against the Montana Lab on their known aged animals and they came out more accurate .
The ages will be more accurate for areas with extreme condition changes throughout the year. Done south ages can be off by a few years if rings are not distinct.

My oldest antelope doe harvested was aged at 19 1/2 years by the Wyoming lab, they have her pic hanging in the lab.


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