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    One kinda unique buck in my yard. He's got a missing back foot.
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    One kinda unique buck in my yard. He's got a missing back foot.
    Must be why his rack is messed up on the left.


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    Ya I thought so too. He was pretty weird past year as well.
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    He can hobble over to see what you have for him though

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    Is it his left hind leg ? I've seen that twice before and the stunted side was the side of the injury.
    A friend shout a buck that was missing it's left front keg at the knee. Shot off or bit off but healed up.
    It's left antler was identical to the right but miniature. I think I've read it being true also if a testicle is damaged on the same side.

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    No its his right rear foot, and his left antler is the weird one. He was a 2x3 last year and he is just forking into a 4 on the normal side as I looking at him right now. You cant see it in the pic but there is just a little tiny nub that is starting to make a dropper but I dont know if that will happen this year.
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    Some young back yard mulies.

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