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ive seen several pictures of deer killed while still in thick velvet in hunting magasines, just wondering how can the horns stil

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  • seadog
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    I haven't harvested one myself, but if I understand the biology right, SD Whitetail has it right. The antlers harden up well before the velvet comes off. By opening archery, they should be good to mount.

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  • ive seen several pictures of deer killed while still in thick velvet in hunting magasines, just wondering how can the horns stil

    ive seen several pictures of deer killed while still in thick velvet in hunting magasines, just wondering how can the horns stil be preserved when that soft?

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