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Some other pics of the late twins!

I went through and picked out a few other pics of the twins for you to look at. There hide amazes me. Looks like a winter coat on the face and a summer coat from the neck down. Enjoy!
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This last pic is just of a couple target bucks to find the sheds. Ones is a pretty old boy that I've seen a couple times. The other is new to me and seems young. (Closest to the camera) Gonna be a big deer in the next couple years for sure! Love the small crabs.
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KnuckleDragr

Active Member
What exactly are you setting out for them there? Sorry, my knowledge of hay is pretty shallow. Looks like they really appreciate it though!
 

KnuckleDragr

Active Member
I might have to look into trying that. Winter food options are pretty scarce in one of my areas. Might even help keeping some sheds a little closer too. Thanks!
 

ShedderKG

Active Member
I also put out a an alfalfa mix for them...they have been destroying it! They went through one full round bale in about 1 month and I got them a 2nd just last weekend.
 

Buckmaster14

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Be Careful Feeding Alfalfa! In the winter deers digestion system is not set up for digesting alfalfa or grasses. Their rumen "Flips" which allows them to digest woody stems buds etc. A deer can litterally starve to death on a full stomach becuase they cannot digest a stomach full of alfalfa hay.
 

James315

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Be Careful Feeding Alfalfa! In the winter deers digestion system is not set up for digesting alfalfa or grasses. Their rumen "Flips" which allows them to digest woody stems buds etc. A deer can litterally starve to death on a full stomach becuase they cannot digest a stomach full of alfalfa hay.

Wow interesting. It seemed like a good idea till i read your post haha.
 

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