Disease Spotted Shed Hunting

A  disease spotted shed hunting turned out to be fibroma. I have been getting pictures of a doe that has spots all over her body, she doesn’t look good at all. A Disease Spotted Shed Hunting I was asking wildlife biologist Grant Woods of GrowingDeerTV what he thought it was and he said it looked like Fibroma, a wart like growth that is a disease in deer. He sent me this link on Fibroma and I found it really interesting. Fibroma disease in deer isn’t that common for does to get it occurs more often in bucks. Someone on Facebook asked if this doe should be taken out of the herd if given the chance, and even though in most cases the warts dry up and fall off I would take her out if I could. This particular doe  has a nasty looking sore on her back that she has … Continue reading

Finding Big Bucks Sheds

Now is a great time to get out and do some post season scouting and start looking for some big bucks sheds . Big Bucks Sheds A great way to get some exercise and learn more about where the monsters are hanging out on your property is shed hunting. I have heard there are some really nice sheds being found already. And I am getting the itch to get out and and start looking. The big bucks sheds have already started dropping here in Kansas and Missouri. My buddy sent me some pictures that some friends of his sent him of some very nice sheds. I get fired up seeing the big bucks sheds that are found every year. I read a really cool article in a deer hunting magazine about a place in Missouri that will train your dog or sell you a dog just for finding sheds. It … Continue reading

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