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    Hunter in Alabama Takes Rare Piebald Deer

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    Good for that young man!
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    I still think that's what you get when a goat mates with a deer. I have seen several harvested in Currituck County NC that looked like goats. One even smelled like a billy. LOL. Never heard anyone complain about their tastes though.
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    I passed up a spike Piebald about 2 years ago now. Was hunting with some guys that I had been invited to go with....
    Told the owner of the property about it only. He wanted to know where....... about 3 weeks later (Christmas time)..... His grandson was able to shoot it......
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    Yup, learn sump'n new everyday. Had no clue.
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    I seen black deer before but never one like that

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    Y'all help me out with the comments below the story. I commented that I would have shot it too, and they jumped on me. I said they were delicious, and was told to grow the f#[email protected]! up. Help me out brothers......
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    They do not have issues with skinning potatoes alive or grinding a poor carrot to a pulp. They really should be more sensitive to what they are doing to all of the non-mobile food items. Deer have the ability to escape and move around. If they get harvested it their own fault. As a Megan, I find the inhumane acts of chopping and grinding of vegetables both unsporting and childish.
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    Kinda makes me feel like there's something to all them jokes about the inbreeding going on down in bama. What do you get when a whorny bucks tops a paint filly horse horse, a piebald deer ? I've heard they were just a freak of nature but you have to ask yourself what causes it and why the name piebald.
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    Looks like a really nice deer. Especially for a piebald. I wouldn't think twice about taking it. I've seen piebald before in eastern Virginia and it's my understanding that they are not really too rare in areas that are overpopulated.
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