I'm sure I have heard from somewhere that deer can be aged from the growth rings on their teeth, like a tree.
1. Is this true?
2. Do the teeth need to be filed down or cut?
3. Which teeth?
4. Does anyone have any pics of this?
With sheep, the lower front teeth grow in pairs according to my mate the sheep farmer - two the first year, four the second and sixth in the third year. Does this work for deer also? I just shot a re buck with 8 lower front teeth, so maybe 4+ years old???