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Thread: 3 Legs are better then 4

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    3 Legs are better then 4

    Short report.
    Went out for a blat on the missus farm.

    Doing skids in the ute.

    Shot a few bunnys.

    Went over the hill.

    Hello 7 deer.

    Boom.

    one down.



    The cheeky prick only had 3 legs from birth.
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    To the point
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    Yeah nah bro

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    It could have lost a leg and survived. They are bloody resilient animals
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    It could have lost a leg and survived. They are bloody resilient animals
    Yup, mate had a deer hanging around the deer in the paddock it had 3 legs. In the freezer now of course.
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    To easy eh

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    judging from the hair on the leg etc and the small shoulder we guess it was from birth.

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    Faster to skin
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    I have seen 2 sika come out of Clements mill rd with 3 legs... both looked like they had been shot off and heeled up sweet as

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    Could have been worse ! A back leg missing .
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    Got four deer one night plus 150 possums, anyway 3 out of 4 deer had 3 legs, uncanny. We came to the conclusion that they must get there foot caught in fences. 2 were missing front hoof plus a bit of shin the other was missing leg from knee down.

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    Shooting special needs deer ! Is that like parking in a handicap park ?
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    Oh come on Timmay, you could have whistled first and gave it a decent chance!.....but then again I wouldn't have. LOL
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    sounds like the whole 3 legs is fairly common?

    I think they where too busy eating their fill on the crop to run away even if I gave them a chance!

    haha Munsey!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmay View Post
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    Is that a chiller you have that in Timmy? or a water tank????

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    Killing shed

 

 

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