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Live weight estimate #8454610 11/20/21 05:47 PM
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Carcass weight was 137 lbs. That's skinned, no head, lower legs removed. What say the forum on an estimated live weight?


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Re: Live weight estimate [Re: onlysmith&wesson] #8454627 11/20/21 06:15 PM
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185 lbs, thats my guess

Re: Live weight estimate [Re: onlysmith&wesson] #8454913 11/21/21 01:57 AM
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Here's a good way to double check your guesses. The following formulas and charts are broad averages, for many different areas, and are pretty close

https://www.whitetailsunlimited.com/media/media-resources/calculate-live-weight-of-deer.phtml/

I think a 180-185# live weight is probably pretty close on your deer.

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