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Contributors to this thread:
Paul@thefort 11-Jun-18
wytex 11-Jun-18
drycreek 11-Jun-18
Paul@thefort 11-Jun-18
Bowboy 11-Jun-18
Carcajou 12-Jun-18
JL 12-Jun-18
cubdrvr 12-Jun-18
JL 12-Jun-18
'Ike' (Phone) 13-Jun-18
From: Paul@thefort
11-Jun-18

Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
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third doe with twins
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
third doe with twins
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo

From: wytex
11-Jun-18

wytex's embedded Photo
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Triplets here and lots of twins all over the place. Good year so far, but drying out fast!!

From: drycreek
11-Jun-18
Good pics ! I love me some speed goats......

From: Paul@thefort
11-Jun-18

Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
in the same area, two proud dads taking a break solo
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
in the same area, two proud dads taking a break solo

From: Bowboy
11-Jun-18
Been seeing lots of does with twin fawns in WY also. Great pictures Paul.

From: Carcajou
12-Jun-18
We just made a quick warp tour of Central/North central Colorado and Wyoming, and I was amazed at the number of healthy 'Lopes.. Some really nice bucks were seen along the Bi Ways...looks like it will be a good fall season..

From: JL
12-Jun-18
Hopefully Montana isn't in bad shape. I haven't heard anything new.

From: cubdrvr
12-Jun-18
Montana is wet. Excellent spring. Antelope numbers appear to be good in most areas between Billings and the Breaks. There were a few instances of herds piling up on fence corners during storms and suffocating and several wiped out by trains north of the Missouri. But overall seems they’re doing well. The aren’t surveyed by air until July so it’s all speculation on my part, but the herds seem ok.

From: JL
12-Jun-18
That sounds better than the doom and gloom that was mentioned in other threads.

13-Jun-18
Looks good Paul...

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