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    Nice Fallow Buck Head

    Shot as part of the cull plan, just going back so he had done his job.

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  2. #2
    A big lad.

    M

  3. #3
    Dosen't look like an English fallow.Whats the history?

    Cheers Sharkey

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    From a well established herd in the South of England, What part makes you say that, normal looking head to me

    (may be my photography that has distorted it)

  5. #5
    Nice head. Should easily be a siver, maybe a gold. Will you get it measured?

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    Quote Originally Posted by docholiday View Post
    From a well established herd in the South of England, What part makes you say that, normal looking head to me

    (may be my photography that has distorted it)
    The "English Park" fallow I'm used to have more & better developed spellers along the rear of the palm.
    The antlers dont spread wide like a moose as this one does,& I've seen few with this much mass.
    It's a great head.If thats a cull Im looking forward to seeing the breeders.

    Was it a common,menil,black or white fallow?

    Cheers Sharkey

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    It was a common

    with luck I may be able to get some shots at the next rut

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