She looks thin, especially for the end of August. As long as there is quality food source for the deer in the area that is. The hide discoloration and patchiness could be due to fleas or ticks. Have had deer rub the crap out of themselves because of being covered in fleas or ticks.
Post by subzero350 on Dec 13, 2019 13:26:50 GMT -5
Plenty of food and water around here (multiple ponds, clover, brush, corn, beans, etc) which is why I was concerned about how this particular deer looked. I have pictures of several other deer around the same time that look perfectly healthy.
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