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    My Bull last year had long dew's on his rear leg. So. Colo Bull. I cut off about 4 out of the 5 inches and polished it up.Click image for larger version. 

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    Heck with his feet what did the top of his head look like!!!!!!

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    Maybe it's the beginning stage of hoof rot or something like that?
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    Do elk get EHD? I know a lot of the deer that survived EHD/blue tongue around here ended up with some messed up feets after the ordeal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    Heck with his feet what did the top of his head look like!!!!!!
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ID:	6789 Not to bad. Nice heavy old bull with bladed mass.

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    Great bull BB congrats!
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    Congrats on a great looking bull. I don't think I have ever seen hooves like that before though. Those are some crazy lookin feets for sure.

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    Nice Bull!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orion/CO View Post
    My guess is a genetic mutation. I have seen pictures of horses who are kept in small stalls and whose hooves will grow into long curls like that. However, hooves continuously grow since they are intended to be constantly worn down by normal wear and tear. The dew claws have minimal contact with the ground, so as far as I know, a dewclaw has no purpose to "grow" in order to keep up with wear. This year I saw a 4 horned buck antelope. There was actually a second set of horns growing off the skull next to the other set. Again, just one of those genetic mutations that show up as a "freak of nature".
    Maybe he was drinking bong water out of a nuclear power plant? LOL!
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    Awesome bull! I was hoping he had something like that on his head

 

 

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