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Now that it's breeding season I've been watching the girls for signs of heat. Our one doe shows definite signs of heat but the other two girls don't always show a lot of signs and I heard about using a buck rag. I wanted to know if others have had success with this and what are the best ways to use one?
 

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I have used them in the past..

I would keep mine in a baggie and when i thought they might be in heat I woukd take it out and let them smell it.. My girls all liked to play with the rag, but you could tell when they were in heat cause they would spend more time smelling it and would do lots of tail flagging.. I would then put it back in the Baggie and get as much air out as possible.. And I always brought it with me when I went to the buck.. That way I could make it smell again :)
 
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