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#2979131 - 10/12/12 05:32 PM Button buck question?
Elmer
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Just saw a button with enormous buttons. Definitely a yearling but has three inches of buttons sticking up and silver Dollar size around. Will that translate to big horns later? Odd question just wondering
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#2979134 - 10/12/12 05:36 PM Re: Button buck question? [Re: Elmer]
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thats very odd for them to be that tall. ive never seen/heard of them being that big.
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#2979136 - 10/12/12 05:39 PM Re: Button buck question? [Re: LA man]
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Good one for BSK. Ive never heard of that either.
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#2979159 - 10/12/12 06:07 PM Re: Button buck question? [Re: Poleaxe]
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It does not for sure translate into big antlers later. However, it does translate into an early fawning date and they be spikes before this season is over. That is an odd diamter size. I would think, just another of nature's anonmalies.
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#2979393 - 10/12/12 10:02 PM Re: Button buck question? [Re: bowriter]
double browtine
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Probably born early and had good nutrition and minerals. Just guessing though.
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#2980602 - 10/14/12 07:46 AM Re: Button buck question? [Re: double browtine]
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With "buttons" that size, it could be a very late born yearling buck that is still in velvet. In essence, that isn't a button buck but a yearling buck.
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#2980604 - 10/14/12 07:47 AM Re: Button buck question? [Re: Elmer]
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 Originally Posted By: P@Y
Just saw a button with enormous buttons. Definitely a yearling...


A "yearling" deer is not a fawn. A yearling deer is now on its second deer season, while this is the first deer season for a fawn.
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