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Deer and Javelina #8464685 12/02/21 06:39 PM
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Always see on TV, especially shows of south Texas origin, javelinas and deer eating together on same sendero and putting up with each other to enjoy the corn. Any time javelinas come into our feeders, the deer get all offended and take off like they have seen a ghost. Was wondering what the difference is, as we have quite a few javelinas and wish they would not run all the deer off?


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Re: Deer and Javelina [Re: BenBob] #8464751 12/02/21 07:53 PM
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I’ve seen a few times this year where young deer were sharing the pen with a hog. But I shoot every oinker I see. To the point you made, they usually run off the deer for the most part.

Re: Deer and Javelina [Re: BenBob] #8464793 12/02/21 08:51 PM
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I think it is the difference between a feeder and fed sendero. If they can spread out they are ok.


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Re: Deer and Javelina [Re: redchevy] #8464848 12/02/21 09:51 PM
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Originally Posted by redchevy
I think it is the difference between a feeder and fed sendero. If they can spread out they are ok.



Yep.

Re: Deer and Javelina [Re: BenBob] #8464893 12/02/21 10:34 PM
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My situation is probably a little different than most with javelinas. I have ONE. He just showed up this summer. He eats with the deer a lot. Now at first they didn't know what he was and it spooked them but now hey tolerate each other.
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Re: Deer and Javelina [Re: westtexaswatkins] #8464899 12/02/21 10:39 PM
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Originally Posted by westtexaswatkins
My situation is probably a little different than most with javelinas. I have ONE. He just showed up this summer. He eats with the deer a lot. Now at first they didn't know what he was and it spooked them but now hey tolerate each other.
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Poor, lonely little fella. 'Took a wrong turn somewhere. frown


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Re: Deer and Javelina [Re: BenBob] #8464902 12/02/21 10:42 PM
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That's wild! I've never heard of anyone having just ONE javi LOL.

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