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Old Jul 6th 2018, 02:31 AM   #1
  Jun 2018
Anyhow has anyone ever heard of this?


I was talking with a guy who knows a deer farmer fairly well. This deer farmer says allot of the freaky and huge NT bucks could Indeed be Inbred bucks. He then says It's not the 1st or 2nd generation but rather the 3rd generation of Inbreeding that really produces the monster NT's. Something of that nature he said anyway. Anyhow has anyone ever heard of this? Just thought I'd ask.

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

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Old Jul 6th 2018, 12:47 PM   #2
  Apr 2017
  Linden, AL
I've heard that a buck can breed his daughter, but a buck can not breed his mother. Same guy also said he wouldn't keep breeding those offspring for more than 2-3 generations deep with a related buck. I've never tried to get it that close. I have a buck with his half sister now (same dad). She just had twin bucks. Excited to see the outcome in a few months!
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