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A big Doe - acting odd #7178769 05/24/18 05:32 PM
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Noon, and thereís a big doe wandering around the front yard/pasture and acting strange. Obviously looking for something, or maybe doing a threat assessment. I wondered if she had a new fawn somewhere in the grass, and sure enough, the little one stands on real wobbly legs. Looks to be a brand new baby, with mom licking it clean. After searching for a milk source, and finally finding one, it had a sip and then wobbled over to where it had been laying up. Guess iíll hold off shredding that pasture for a week.

The wife gets real excited at seeing fawns.


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Re: A big Doe - acting odd [Re: 603Country] #7178774 05/24/18 05:36 PM
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Sounds pretty cool But confused2

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