How to Measure Deer Antlers?


In order to measure deer antlers, start by counting the antlers in order to determine the number of points on each antler. Measure the antlers from tip to tip to using a tape measure to determine the spread. Get the total lengths of all abnormal points on both sides. Then measure the main beam length and the length of each normal point on each side. Determine the circumference of each point from the first burr and the first point and up to each additional point.
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1. Determine the number of points on each antler by counting. A point must be at least 1-inch long to be considered a true point. 2. Measure the antlers from tip to tip to determine
What is Deer Antler Velvet? A light covering of velvet grows on a Deer’s Antlers during a phase of rapid growth that occurs once every year. This light covering of velvet is
That's the velvet that is surrounding the growing bone portion of the antlers. This velvet and antler regrowth which occurs every year for all species under the Family Cervidae, occurs
so they can grow new ones
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How to Measure Deer Antlers
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