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or are they just changing their coats? It's new land we are managing for the first time. We have put out corn and are going to put in some winter wheat or maybe some clover or peas.
 

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your deer

The deer look normal. The patchy-ness is as you said.. shedding hair. The darker spots on both sides of the does (near the front shoulders) is more than likely from her using her back leg to scratch. It's not uncommon to get scabbing from rubbing their sides or neck against trees.. or using their back leg (like a dog)
Good luck with them
Ryan
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In the first picture I saw a big ol' fat fawn that is still sucking her down. Once she weans it, she will gain back. Besides that they look like Mississippi deer :sad:
 

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Thanks for the input guys. I guess I haven't really seen the deer in off-season up close before.

Here is a nice buck pics we got.
 

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looking a lil burly whats wrong with that:darkbeer:
 
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