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While deboning a doe I shot last year,I ran into trouble with the one hind quarter.We save our carcases and make scrapple.Finally got around to making it this week and here is the bone I had trouble with.Normal bone is on the bottom.It had lots of spures,bumps and spikes.Looks like it broke,rode up on top,and healed that way.





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I'm sure that was painful for a while, but that's impressive! Thanks for sharing the pics.

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Wow! They are survivors. A friend killed a large 8 point years ago at my place that had two "baseball" like knobs on the lower hind legs. Our best guess was a bullet from the year before passed through both, and the knobs were the subsequent bone growth. He had no trouble running, thats for sure.

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They are tough that's for sure!
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How do you make scrapple?? I have had store bought scrapple but deer scrapple sounds amaazing!!!
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Will post instructions in game recipes.

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How do you make scrapple?? I have had store bought scrapple but deer scrapple sounds amaazing!!!
Making deer scrapple is what turned me off to it be prepared to stir
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Every time I see stuff like this it reminds me of how amazed I am at the healing power of deer and all critters.
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I shot a deer once that had half of its rear hoof missing as in one of the toes

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Wow, painfully impressive!
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