My first guess is that you have a antlered doe on your hands, does have the ability to produce antlers, but not the testosterone to shed the velvet.
this is the third season we have pics of him, or her, or it... every year his horns get longer, but still stay invelvet
Antlered doe or a buck with no junk.
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Probably a Stag. A co-worker of mine, shot a muley last week that still had velvet. It had no balls. He wanted to use his doe tag on it.
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not to hijack but, is there a differance between a stag and a cactus buck? i don't hear the term used much but, my understanding is it's a buck with no nuts and usually has a freakish rack.
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looks like a doe to me
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not balls!!! seen a buck like this once grew new rack every year to
my girlfriend passed on a five pointer last year on opening weekend here in missouri that was still in velvet and a month later my buddy shot it still in velvet and his horns where like rubber you could move the horns around, he called the mdc and they took sample of it to test. he had both testys so it was unsure of what was wrong.
Look at the neck....... you have pics from 3 yrs in a row. Antlered doe. I would make a nice doe mount though
i don't agree with ally cat, that does with antlers can't shed velvet. i have a seven point doe mounted that is hard horned. however i did see a deer in the same area the year before i killed her, that had the same left side of antlers and no right side . so makes me wonder if she didn't shed that left side then grew the right side the next year.
I have seen 2 bucks that did this here in MS...They never shed their horns and they statyed in velvet yr after yr.. Neither one of them had a pair of balls....Experts said the reason bucks (or does for that matter) do this is the lack of hormones to permit the antlers to shed.
what part of ms???