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Growth on doe's leg? #8940526 10/21/23 03:23 PM
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This picture is from this morning, I had not seen the lump on previous pictures.
Tumor? Wounded?

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Re: Growth on doe's leg? [Re: MClark] #8940563 10/21/23 04:31 PM
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tumor. looks gross, she probably doesn't notice it.

I always wonder if it messes up the meat, probably not but it is gross. barf


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I have seen those before. Not sure what it is but I have seen them go away as quick as they appear. Mostly see it in summer time though.

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At least your tank has water.


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Originally Posted by splash556
At least your tank has water.

And it’s pretty and clean not a mud hole


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Originally Posted by redchevy
Originally Posted by splash556
At least your tank has water.

And it’s pretty and clean not a mud hole


Water is mostly from a solar powered well. Was almost dry a couple months ago when the pump was out of service.
It’s not my property, belongs to a friend. A good friend. He installs solar- wells, power for houses….whatta ya need?

Re: Growth on doe's leg? [Re: MClark] #8941326 10/22/23 08:57 PM
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I think you might get a call from Bruce Jenner. Think he is missing one of those...
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