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    Pere Davi's deer



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    Re: Pere Davi's deer

    Holy shit that's a lot of timber !

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    Re: Pere Davi's deer



    What species is that? amazing throw back tines and no brow bey or trey tines?
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    Re: Pere Davi's deer

    Its like its head is on backwards
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    Re: Pere Davi's deer

    That's is the type of deer, not the name of the guy holding it . Weird looking beastie must admit

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    There were some of these in NZ. I'm not sure if they are still here though. Whittley Ottway from Kaukupakupa(?) near Hellensville imported some. They have double muscled hind quarters, similar to Belgun Blue cattle. He was trying to cross them with Red deer for increased venison production. Invermay research centre also had a herd. They are very susceptible to Malignant Catarrh Fever, a respiratory infection which sheep carry. It tips them up very quickly. I haven't heard if there are any left in NZ. One of their identifying features is that their antlers do appear to be on backwards.

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    now we have the third world population and only free-range .

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post


    What species is that? amazing throw back tines and no brow bey or trey tines?
    It is a chinese deer that is genetically closely related to red deer. It was discovered by a French missionary and is a seriously ugly mother with the tail of a donkey the hooves and muzzle of a cow, the neck of a camel and as you have observed VC antlers that look like an out of control gorse bush.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Thanks for sharing that linyera. Outstanding! Got anymore pics to share from Argentina?

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    what is the success ratio ?????????
    red deer 90 % , fallow deer 95 % , black buck 100 % , wild goat 100 % , patagonian ram 100 % , mouflon 90 % , multi-horned sheep 95 % , wild boar 70 % , puma 70 % , pere david┤s deer 95 % , alpine ibex 70 % , capybara 95 % and water b˙ffalo 90 %

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    Uploaded with ImageShack.us ...2013 ????

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    That is a nice red. They obviously have very good nourishment to produce heads like that.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    The red stag I would assume "not" free range.
    Very interesting that the Pere Davids are free ranging, awesome. They are the only deer never to have been known in thier native range, a few were discovered by David (a missionary) in a park in china (Imperial garden???) can't remeber the details. It is assumed that they were a wet land/ swamp dweller. Plenty in England, only in parks I think.
    If that is a free range animal above, then they are very good quality!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulltahr View Post
    If that is a free range animal above, then they are very good quality!!
    I agree. there are only two things that produce a head like that. Excellent genetics and bloody good tucker.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Uploaded with ImageShack.us animals in this areas are completely free .There is a breeding center and the hatchlings are released's why some species hunt its probability slow .Are 38.000 ha free-range .

 

 

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