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    Default Have U seen the million dollar deer?

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    Talking Here's what I think !

    I got some wire cutters !

    Freedom to all !

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    Free the captive deer!
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    Talking A little known fact !

    I got my Dodge pickup all fueled up and need a big trailer , cause I need all those antler critters in that video and will turn 'em loose on my brother's farm !


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    There's a TV show about this deer (the monster nontypicle). He is super famous from what they said. This is where some of our newer minerals are coming from and being tested. Deer in the wild will never ever get this big no matter what anyone feeds them. It is a combination of breeding, no stress and nutrition. Wild deer have way to much stress to grow like this.

    And for everyone who thinks he is suffering, Notice he is in velvet in these pictures. When his antlers turn to bone, they are sawed off. They do this every year for a couple reasons. One is so that he doesn''t suffer and two so that he is at less risk of being poached.
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    im all for deer management but this is ridiculous. instead of spending money on this how abt give hunting a chance. its like shooting deer in a barrel. i dont know how anybody can call themselves a hunter. i think its cheating. put the work and effort in to managing ur deer like everybody else does. rich pricks

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    To each his own , but I'd quit before I'd fake my hunting expirience !

    That's just me .

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    but once u do that its not hunting anymore. yeah u have good bucks but where is the thrill of the hunt? its a smack in the face to hunters who do their homework; pattern the deer, plant food plots, doe management, scout, ect. i jst think u really have to sink low to do this. thats not hunting for me. hunting for me is waking up and looking forward to the unknown. being proud of being able to manage deer thru a long process called work and effort. not spending your 401k to impress the hunting world that u have big bucks bcs ur rich.
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    Look what you've started now Bruce,theold us- verse them routine!!!Rich buggers verses poor buggers well bugger me who's going o win that's what I'd like to know

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    Default I told you once Bruce........

    Stop posting pics of my back yard

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    it woul be wondeful if these genetics could be spread to every state



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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    it woul be wondeful if these genetics could be spread to every state

    Unfortunately the only thing a deer farms like this spreads is disease!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    Unfortunately the only thing a deer farms like this spreads is disease!
    Yup...was just thinking that....
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    Stop posting pics of my back yard
    WOW you own a Deer Farm can I come and shoot there sometime????Will you charge me alot??? You have huge horns,are we still friends????Maybe you could let me shoot for free since were such good mates????I'm going out to the garden for more of that stuff!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carpshooter View Post
    To each his own , but I'd quit before I'd fake my hunting expirience !

    That's just me .
    I agree with carp if someone wants to pay big bucks to shoot a fenced in deer let em it's not what I coincider hunting but at least the money is being spent to support "hunting" instead of opposing it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westy View Post
    WOW you own a Deer Farm can I come and shoot there sometime????Will you charge me alot??? You have huge horns,are we still friends????Maybe you could let me shoot for free since were such good mates????I'm going out to the garden for more of that stuff!!!


    Sure buddy, for you anytime......

    Oh...and no need to stop by the house first, just slip on in and pick one out, don't forget to bring wire cutters........I don't supply those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    Sure buddy, for you anytime......

    Oh...and no need to stop by the house first, just slip on in and pick one out, don't forget to bring wire cutters........I don't supply those.
    Thanks Mate
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    raising big deer is like raising chickens....some do it for the eggs others do it for the bone..to each his own

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z7lonewolf View Post
    raising big deer is like raising chickens....some do it for the eggs others do it for the bone..to each his own
    I would like to agree with this, but when the practises of these deer farmers starts damaging the natural deer herds I have real big issues with them.

    Michigan has gone through acouple of problems with our natural herd catching something from pened animals.

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    I just don't understand how they continue to grow them that big. Do they breed a doe who was fathered by a giant buck with a giant buck that was fathered by another giant buck??
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