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Old Jan 30th 2014, 11:02 AM   #1
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  May 2011
  Linesville, PA


My wife had a doctors appointment, therefore I was watching my two younger girls. *So while Dora was on the TV, *I began to do my regular web surfing beginning with Deer and Wildlife Stories, which lead to looking up various farm's websites, pictures of bucks, etc. *Then I looked up some of my bucks pics and I was shocked. *As many of you well know, you see your buck everyday in the winter but once the antlers are cut, you forget how impressive they were, or are. *Well, I have a yearling buck out of a Rigid Doe we call Brigid. *She was bred to Big Heavy, a pure Flees buck from Mountain Ridge Whitetails. *She produced two huge yearlings for me. *I thought I'd share one of the pics that shocked me today when I saw it again *for the like the 100th time.


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Hopefully, this is what some of you are looking for in your breeding program. *I'm going to make sure he grows out huge at 2 as I expect him to do, then sell a very limited amount of semen and maybe a live breeding or two. *Let me know if you are interested. *Of course, I will be listing anything I am selling in the classifieds on this site when the time comes.
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Old Aug 23rd 2014, 07:35 AM   #2
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  Linesville, PA


Well, a lot has happened at Paden Creek Whitetails LLC. since January 30th of this year.* We performed Lap AI on two of my best does and had mixed results.**My best doe, Brigid, missed with Gladiator*XL, which was really tough to deal with.* However, the other doe*gave me two buck fawns from Dakota*Doublewide, one of the industries best looking deer, in my opinion.*


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After AI season, I began to watch my twin 2 year old bucks grow, and grow they did!* It was very exciting to go out in the pens and notice growth each day in July.* Even now they are still growing on the end of their tines.* My largest buck Red 3, who I am naming Lake Effect, has WTF.* Great WIDTH, TINE length, and great FRAME.* What did you think I meant by WTF?*However, his most appealing feature is just an unexplainable,*beautiful "Look".* He*has all the qualities and attributes I think of*when I picture a great Whitetail.* His brother is higher and*more typical but has slightly less width.* What's with the name Lake Effect you might wonder?* Well, for those of you that aren't familiar with Pennsylvania, there is a part in the extreme Northwest Corner referred to as the snow belt.* That's where I live!* I'm about a mile and a half from Ohio and just south of Erie County.* In the winter, we get "Lake Effect" snow from Lake Erie that measures in the feet, not inches.* The good part of that is there are fewer insects in the summer due to the extreme cold winters.* While I'm on geography, I'm located about the farthest I could be from any area where CWD has been found in PA.


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More recently, I got a big surprise.** Today is my birthday and I pretty much got*a birthday surprise when I went out to my pen a couple of days ago to find a newborn doe fawn from Lake Effect's Full Sister.* I hope she can withstand our harsh winter.* Any advice is welcome.* I plan on weaning her early so momma can prepare to be bred at the normal time this year.* Well, I guess that's it, so now I'll post a few pics.*


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If anyone is interested in semen from Lake Effect, please let me know as soon as possible.* I will regulate the quantity of straws sold to 15 in the North / 15 in the South to protect the buyer and ensure the value of your investment remains in the future.* Price will be $1000 per straw for the this breeding season.* All straws are guaranteed to give you at least one fawn per straw.*


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Old Aug 23rd 2014, 08:26 AM   #3
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Some more pics.*


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I guess I didn't explain the pedigree very good did I?* This buck is out of MRW Big Heavy (see Whitetailquest.com for full pedigree of big heavy), which as his you might expect by his name, is a pure Flees buck out of Big Guy and and a Flees Heavy Doe.*


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The bottom side is my doe Brigid (NADR DNA # 157942).* Her sire is Rigid, sire to former world record, Big Rig.* Brigid's bottom side is White 13, a Blazer Doe.* The bottom of White 13 is a Pepsi Doe, and the bottom of the Pepsi Doe is a Miller Doe.
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Old Aug 23rd 2014, 06:18 PM   #4
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  cental Pennsylvania

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Great buck John! Your right he does have a beautiful special look to him.

I had a fawn born yesterday, mother is doing well with it. I had this happen before, they will still breed in time. I had a fawn born September 1st one year, I left it with the mother all winter and she was the first to fawn that spring, she fawned May 13th
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Old Aug 23rd 2014, 06:59 PM   #5
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Thanks for the encouraging words Matt, I was a little worried.**It's almost like she knows she has to make up for lost time because she is the biggest, loudest, and most active fawn I've ever had.
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Old Aug 28th 2014, 08:06 PM   #6
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Rear view of Lake Effect.
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Old Sep 2nd 2014, 06:38 PM   #7
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Hope he goes from pink to Brown.
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Old Sep 3rd 2014, 05:56 PM   #8
 
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very nice John
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Old Sep 3rd 2014, 06:04 PM   #9
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  May 2011
  Linesville, PA


Thanks FCW, I appreciate the kind words.
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Old Sep 7th 2014, 12:33 PM   #10
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Sorry the video did not work. Here are a some pics. The temperature dropped 20 degrees and this is what happened. I separated them after this.
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Old Sep 7th 2014, 12:33 PM   #11
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That third pic is a fawn that was born 3 days ago.
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