Fallow Deer Information

There are several colors of fallow deer: white, tan with spots, and chocolate. Fallow bucks grow palm-like antlers at maturity with lengths of approximately 24 inches and spreads of greater than 20 inches. Palmation of the antlers typically occurs at age three or four. Fallow bucks typically have hard horns in late September.

The best time to hunt fallow deer at the Heart A Ranch is September through early March after the females are bred and before the bucks shed their horns. Pictures will be coming soon once antlers are fully developed.