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Old 11-27-2006, 02:22 PM
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Black Growth on Deer?????

Need some help, we are hunting near Ft. McKavett (approx 35 - 40 miles northwest of Junction) we have been there for about 6 yrs. This year we have seen about 6 deer (most have been spikes) that have a large (about the size of a baseball) black growth on the side of their face around where the jaw bone hinges. Anybody know what these are? Sorry but I don't have a picture of one yet.......
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Old 11-27-2006, 02:49 PM
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Tumors. We had a buck and a doe with those growths on them and got permission and a doe permit to kill the doe with the same growths as you describe from our biologist. The biologist said it was a benign tumorous growth and not all that uncommon. The doe had three such tumors, one on her face, one on her neck and the other on her shoulder.

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Old 11-27-2006, 02:54 PM
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Ive seen em here in Kerr County like that also.
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Old 11-27-2006, 02:54 PM
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I have seen the same doe for 3 yrs now at my mom's house in the hill country with a cyst like that on her snout.. she seems healthy besided that..
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Old 11-27-2006, 03:28 PM
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I saw one this weekend west of San Angelo. Tumor was hanging under a spikes chin, just dangling, it was nasty. Wondering if that has something to do with him being 1 1/2 years old, and having less than 1" spikes? He walked within 30 yards of my stand, and was coughing the whole time. Strange thing is, last year 3 seperate deer were seen out of that particular stand with tumors.
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Old 11-27-2006, 03:33 PM
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shoot it off
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They are called cutaneous fibromas. They are a virus that are usually small and are caused from biting insects or direct contact with other deer (they are contagious.) But dont worry, they will not harm the deer or the meat. I have seen several deer with them over the years and have eaten quite a few deer that have had them as well.
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We hunt in Leakey and I shot a doe with a growth on her back. It was about the size of a large marble. It was not growing anywhere but on the hide and did not go into the meat. The land owner said he has seen bucks and does with growths for about ten years now but they have been only on the hide. Nothing as big as your deer.
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I saw a picture of a buck last year that had those things literally all over its body - not an inch of "clean" area anywhere on it. It looked like a - I don't know what. It was the nastiest thing I've ever seen. Don't know where the deer was killed.
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