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These Deer were concerned with a Buck. He was clearly BUSTED!
These deer go through 50 lbs of pellets every 5 days as I live in an area that the soil is not that great to produce crops. Proper management and supplement feeding for 2 years and now we are seeing bigger bodies and racks on our herd. I can't wait to see what's around next year. Addicted to growing deer.
glad to see he made it. first picture of him since thanksgiving weekend. looks like he lost a fight or two though!!
Decided to feed mineral at new locaton. No takers until about a week then one 8 pt decided to try it. A week later another 8 pt joined in then couple days the third 8pt. so now they are fighting over the feeder.
This Texas Armadillo was out for a walk and didn't realize he was being watched. Maybe he is looking for a long neck bottle of Lone Star Beer.
This Luling, Texas Coyote has been roaming my ranch looking for a bite to eat. The area where he was spotted is home to a jack rabbit. The Coyote seems to not have missed many meals.
My tree stand sits on the back edge of a small 55 acre woods in Clermont County, Ohio. Behind me is about 500 acres of cornfields. I have my K-Camera set up on a heavy traveled deer run about 20 yards from my stand. WE have seen many nice deer including another really nice ten-point using this run. When going through a bunch of pictures we ran across this one. The first time we have seen this big guy! I took a big ten-point out this same stand about 2 weeks after this picture was captured. (Image number 3 is my ten-point). I never caught that one I shot on my Cuddeback. This one will be my goal for this fall when Bow season opens in Ohio. I can't wait to see what one more year of growth does for him! Thanks for a great Trail Cam. Tracy Hussey
A beautiful 8 point walks out and you can see the hunter up the road on the left side with a orange hat on ready to take the Buck!!