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Another "Same Genetics????" Post #7562976 07/23/19 10:28 PM
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Deer on right was killed a few years ago - scored 194. Named him Crip (he had a bad knee all his life)

The one on the left was killed last season - scored 185. Named him Crip Jr. for obvious reasons.


We let our good bucks get mature before we take them - 6.5 to 8.5 years old on average. Due to this I think our better bucks pass their traits on - Low fence


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Re: Another "Same Genetics????" Post [Re: tlk] #7562995 07/23/19 10:52 PM
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very nice

Re: Another "Same Genetics????" Post [Re: tlk] #7563007 07/23/19 11:04 PM
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Look related to me.... 2cents


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Re: Another "Same Genetics????" Post [Re: tlk] #7563032 07/23/19 11:35 PM
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Re: Another "Same Genetics????" Post [Re: tlk] #7563069 07/24/19 12:29 AM
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If you hadnít said differently, Iíd would have said thatís the same buck from different years.

Re: Another "Same Genetics????" Post [Re: tlk] #7563073 07/24/19 12:34 AM
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cheers



Re: Another "Same Genetics????" Post [Re: tlk] #7563076 07/24/19 12:36 AM
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Good looking bucks!

Re: Another "Same Genetics????" Post [Re: Big_Ag] #7563141 07/24/19 01:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Big_Ag
If you hadnít said differently, Iíd would have said thatís the same buck from different years.

I was thinking the same thing

Re: Another "Same Genetics????" Post [Re: tlk] #7563253 07/24/19 06:21 AM
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Y'all are not killing the right doe luckily possibly!

Re: Another "Same Genetics????" Post [Re: stxranchman] #7563340 07/24/19 12:48 PM
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Yes. Heritability is strong in that deer herd, tlk! We see it on our place, too.

Re: Another "Same Genetics????" Post [Re: tlk] #7563362 07/24/19 01:10 PM
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Yes sir. We've got the split G2 and G3 running our place as well.



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Those two are gorgeous, and definitely related!

You can see traits in your buck lines most places. I don't have pics with me, but I killed two bucks on our place 22 years apart with markedly similar racks (several acorn points, wider than our avg, long dog catchers, short beams).


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That's awesome


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