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Smallest Whitetail #7986260 09/24/20 02:37 AM
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Anyone can post big, nasty 8 and 10 pointers. Look at these two fawns taken in mid September! [Linked Image]


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She must've gotten bred on her last cycle..Tiny..


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Re: Smallest Whitetail [Re: Whammer7] #7986281 09/24/20 03:03 AM
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I love the little ones, they are fun to watch, especially during the first cool fronts.
I have seen little guys like that during archery season, mid-October. Looked like they just hatched.


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If you do the math those does were bred probably in Feb=Mar. Probably were the ones that were this size the year before. Unbalanced herd.


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are they both named Kyle?

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Late drop. We have a couple.


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Another weird year this year! up

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Originally Posted by activescrape
If you do the math those does were bred probably in Feb=Mar. Probably were the ones that were this size the year before. Unbalanced herd.


I would say she was bred in March almost for sure.

Those little guys are getting a late start and that doe did pretty damn good having twins that late in the summer!


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Twins at that.


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Originally Posted by Simple Searcher
I love the little ones, they are fun to watch, especially during the first cool fronts.
I have seen little guys like that during archery season, mid-October. Looked like they just hatched.

Same here, watching them play and learn to use those legs, can be captivating. Better than TV and no "my pillow" commercials!


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neat pics - thanks for sharing

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Originally Posted by Whammer7
Anyone can post big, nasty 8 and 10 pointers. Look at these two fawns taken in mid September! [Linked Image]


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Originally Posted by activescrape
If you do the math those does were bred probably in Feb=Mar. Probably were the ones that were this size the year before. Unbalanced herd.


You are saying those fawns are 6-7 months old? They still have their spots, and the site I'm linking to says the spots fade away at 3 months.

Sciencing: How to tell a fawn's age.



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Originally Posted by postoak
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If you do the math those does were bred probably in Feb=Mar. Probably were the ones that were this size the year before. Unbalanced herd.


You are saying those fawns are 6-7 months old? They still have their spots, and the site I'm linking to says the spots fade away at 3 months.

Sciencing: How to tell a fawn's age.



Bred, not born...

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Originally Posted by activescrape
If you do the math those does were bred probably in Feb=Mar. Probably were the ones that were this size the year before. Unbalanced herd.


You are saying those fawns are 6-7 months old? They still have their spots, and the site I'm linking to says the spots fade away at 3 months.

Sciencing: How to tell a fawn's age.



Bred, not born...


Oh, when would they be born then?


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