Fawning at Thunderhill

January 24th, 2008

June is a busy time at the ranch when the fawns are beginning to be born. cover para samsung j7 The mothers of the first born fawns had been artificially inseminated by James C. carcasa iphone 7 betis Kroll “Dr. carcasa spigen samsung a5 Deer” with some of our Redoy Marlin and Hock semen. carcasa j7 2017 samsung 360 KICX5244 In preparation for the fawning, the doe pens are mowed in the center area leaving the grass long at the upper and lower ends of the pens. That way, Brand and Chad Barington can catch the day old fawns hidden in the high grass. The does are observed either from the observation building or by driving along the fence line at dawn and dusk. Does who have fawned will hide the babies in the tall grass. Brad or Chad walk in the pen looking for the hidden fawns. They gently picks them up to identify and tag. First the fawn is put into a bag to be weighed. iphone 6s carcasa aluminio Weights are generally between 6 and 9.5 pounds. Then they are identified as male or female and tagged accordingly. Fawns are given a small vaccination to help with the lung development. carcasa iphone 6 bmw Lastly, they are gently placed back into the grass into the mother’s care. carcasa samsung galaxy grand prime pret The does at Thunderhill have many sets of twins and occasionally triplets. As of Sunday, June 22nd, 38 fawns had been born and tagged.

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