This roe buck could do some damage....


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Is that what’s known as a murderer buck?
Not strictly, murder bucks develop generally single spikes, that looks like an animal who’s antlers show signs of going back and losing points resulting in something dangerous to other bucks but not a true “murder” buck. Amazing how many yearling bucks get shot every year with folk claiming to have taken a great cull animal because of the damage it could do when nearly every young buck will grow spikes in their first head. On that basis every young red spiker should be shot on sight.