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Poor ole scraggly looking things. Can't hardly hold there heads up with all that horn. Reacon someone outta keep track of em, come Sept show a little compassion and harvest em. For the children . They hadn't outta see critters sufferin with such burdon. Cool Pics.
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Nice bulls, I especially think the bull in the last two pics would look quite fetching on my wall.
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dahlmer wrote:Stopped by to check on these bulls last night and both bulls have shed their antlers. I was a litle surprised, I've only seen one other bull shed his antlers before heading back up the mountain.
Wow, already? Guess I had better keep a closer eye on the few I've found.
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The bulls are on private property so I'm not sure how much access would be available for someone to pick them up. I glassed the area, but didn't see any bone on the ground. I know there have been problems in years past with guys trespassing trying to get the sheds.
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