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Deer of lump jaw #6899449
09/26/17 03:39 PM
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One deer with lump jaw captured by cam. Is it some kinds of diseases we should worry about? Should we get rid of it asap? Will the venison still be consumable? Thanks.

Re: Deer of lump jaw [Re: cy100] #6899455
09/26/17 03:43 PM
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Isn't that usually just local pus from a wound. thorn embedded or something.


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Re: Deer of lump jaw [Re: cy100] #6899460
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Have heard it is usually an impacted tooth or an abscess. The meat should be fine. I have shot a few like that and we ate them and I don't have a lump or anything on my jaw lol.


It's hell eatin em live
Re: Deer of lump jaw [Re: cy100] #6899466
09/26/17 03:46 PM
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Food impaction caused by arterial parasites.

Re: Deer of lump jaw [Re: cy100] #6899473
09/26/17 03:49 PM
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She looks healthy, eating corn.


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Re: Deer of lump jaw [Re: cy100] #6899529
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Those feeder legs are screaming in agony



Re: Deer of lump jaw [Re: cy100] #6899626
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May be a gland

Re: Deer of lump jaw [Re: cy100] #6900632
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When you cut into that thing it's a lite green puss in there.....

Re: Deer of lump jaw [Re: redchevy] #6900952
09/27/17 06:08 PM
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Originally Posted By: redchevy
Have heard it is usually an impacted tooth or an abscess. The meat should be fine. I have shot a few like that and we ate them and I don't have a lump or anything on my jaw lol.


HAHAHA

Re: Deer of lump jaw [Re: cy100] #6901141
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Put some antibiotics in the food, good in no time. Maybe a couple pain killers to make her happy

Re: Deer of lump jaw [Re: cy100] #6902946
09/29/17 03:47 AM
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Talk to your local GW and he will let you shoot it without using your tags and get the biologist to take samples to make sure the rest of the herd dont have any problems in the future... good luck

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