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    A few tricky questions

    As some are aware here im in for my DSC1 soon and have a few questions i cant seem to find the answers to..

    If a deer when shot runs off ,leaving blood and short hairs on the ground where has it likely to have been shot? ( my guess is neck )

    If you shoot a deer and find its foot is damaged from some time ago ,can you sell the meat? ( my guess is no)

    which deer eats bird eggs.. ( my guess is all would )

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGRED View Post
    As some are aware here im in for my DSC1 soon and have a few questions i cant seem to find the answers to..


    If a deer when shot runs off ,leaving blood and short hairs on the ground where has it likely to have been shot? ( my guess is neck )

    More likely to be leg or brisket as they are shorter hair, bone is not always found immediately on the shot site




    If you shoot a deer and find its foot is damaged from some time ago ,can you sell the meat? ( my guess is no)

    Yes, but there are other circumstances that can surround this where it may not be suitable to go into the human food chain
    DSC1 work on the human food chain and probably require NO as the safest answer

    which deer eats bird eggs.. ( my guess is all would )

    Muntjac mainly

    Thanks in advance
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