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    I've been lucky enough to be able to capture the progressive growth of a rack on a young buck this year over about 50 days :


    30 Apr


    13 May


    02 June


    18 Jun
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    Very cool....hope you get to see the end results
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    This is awesome!!

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    The title got me too excited for monday morning lol

    Very cool though, thanks for sharing, did not know they grow at such speed !
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    very cool mike!

    i was wanting to do this this year but the end of turkey season the bugs chased me out the woods and i had no motivation to go back through there to leave my cameras up haha.

    thanks for sharing this ! will be looking out for some updates

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ata83 View Post
    The title got me too excited for monday morning lol

    Very cool though, thanks for sharing, did not know they grow at such speed !
    3-4 inch a week seen nice one out in corn field last week with 5 doe. Hes going to be a monster sadly hes about 8 miles away

    If you have Amazon prime must watch secrets of the whitetail stuff I never knew like scent glands between deer hoofs. Scent glands around eyes. Seen deer working a licking branch rubbing their faces eyes I never knew they had scent glands there
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    Last edited by js4fn; June 21st, 2021 at 11:03 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by js4fn View Post
    3”-4” inch a week seen nice one out in corn field last week with 5 doe. He’s going to be a monster sadly he’s about 8 miles away

    If you have Amazon prime must watch secrets of the whitetail stuff I never knew like scent glands between deer hoofs. Scent glands around eyes. Seen deer working a licking branch rubbing their faces eyes I never knew they had scent glands there
    Twins could be from different fathers amazing show
    yup! the gland on their legs watch out for, stuff stinks haha dont get it on your meat !

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    Quote Originally Posted by js4fn View Post
    3”-4” inch a week seen nice one out in corn field last week with 5 doe. He’s going to be a monster sadly he’s about 8 miles away

    If you have Amazon prime must watch secrets of the whitetail stuff I never knew like scent glands between deer hoofs. Scent glands around eyes. Seen deer working a licking branch rubbing their faces eyes I never knew they had scent glands there
    Twins could be from different fathers amazing show
    Nice ! will watch it tonight. thanks
    we should make a thread to list all the good hunting/fishing related shows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bowjob View Post
    yup! the gland on their legs watch out for, stuff stinks haha dont get it on your meat !
    Not the glands on legs which in the show does show deer stand almost cross legged to pee on them. But between hoofs so the ground is marked

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    Deer have 7-8 glands.They each serve different purposes.

    The Interdigital gland is on the foot,between hoofs(toes).
    It is speculated that it serves as an ID-but also as a warning scent .Scared deer may stomp the ground ,thus leaving scent marks which yell-danger!
    Last edited by gbk; June 21st, 2021 at 04:57 PM.

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