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Will either of these bucks make P and Y? #2689554 10/25/11 12:05 AM
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8pt



10 pt



Re: Will either of these bucks make P and Y? [Re: downtimehunter] #2689623 10/25/11 12:27 AM
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Don't think either buck will, but several of those coons will. grin



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Re: Will either of these bucks make P and Y? [Re: stxranchman] #2689638 10/25/11 12:31 AM
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We've been on a strict coon management program for several years. Looks like the protein is finally paying off.


Re: Will either of these bucks make P and Y? [Re: downtimehunter] #2689667 10/25/11 12:39 AM
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Looks like the AR's and culling spikes is paying off BIG time. clap



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Re: Will either of these bucks make P and Y? [Re: stxranchman] #2689710 10/25/11 12:47 AM
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Re: Will either of these bucks make P and Y? [Re: stxranchman] #2689870 10/25/11 01:20 AM
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Originally Posted By: stxranchman
Don't think either buck will, but several of those coons will. grin


LOL My thoughts!

Nice bucks though!

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Re: Will either of these bucks make P and Y? [Re: JJSeabrook] #2690303 10/25/11 03:06 AM
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nice bucks





Re: Will either of these bucks make P and Y? [Re: quackaholic1] #2690673 10/25/11 11:01 AM
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I dont think the pvc is working on the coons.


Re: Will either of these bucks make P and Y? [Re: dspivey] #2691240 10/25/11 03:35 PM
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I think I would invest in a varmint cage.



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Re: Will either of these bucks make P and Y? [Re: Wacohunter36] #2691462 10/25/11 04:48 PM
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Nice bucks. The last one might make P&Y in a year or two...



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Re: Will either of these bucks make P and Y? [Re: dkershen] #2691510 10/25/11 05:06 PM
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My vote is for the coons.


Re: Will either of these bucks make P and Y? [Re: Elkman] #2691544 10/25/11 05:24 PM
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The pvc works well when its high enough on the feeder legs. Had a rogue cow break them off though. They will be fixed next time at the lease.


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