Spring 2017

Our annual artificial insemination program technically occurs in November of each year… so May not only brings flowers to Tallaflo, it also brings our newest class of trophy deer. Right on time… the fawns starting dropping in May and we are very pleased with the results. Our typical breeding program yields a buck/doe ratio of […]

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June 2017

The perennial peanuts are blooming… as are the soybeans and much needed rains have arrived. In addition to our foodplots and natural forage, we supplement our deer nutrition with Record Rack feed. Our deer herd consumes about 3,000 pounds a week of this high-protein feed, which greatly enhances antler development, as well as milk development […]

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July 2017

We’re now seeing the fruit of our labors. In our 2017 pictures, we’re beginning to post trail cam shots not only of all the new fawns on the farm, but also some really tremendous racks on our older bucks. We knew from our late winter 2017 photographs, there are still many, many quality bucks in […]

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August 2017

Record Rack is doing it’s job! It’s early August and the bucks at Tallaflo have been steadily growing size and mass. We just posted some photos from our game cams, and you’ll see the results of our nutrition program at Tallaflo. For many years, we have worked with Record Rack protein feed to not only […]

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September 2017

We’re now beginning to get the first “hints” that fall is around the corner. The cypress trees are slowly beginning to change colors, and the low temps later this week are forecast to reach the low 60’s. Hurricane Harvey recovery continues in the Texas coast, and Irma is lurking off the Leeward Islands this morning […]

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2017 Deer Season

August 2017 Record Rack is doing it’s job! It’s early August and the bucks at Tallaflo have been steadily growing size and mass. We just posted some photos from our game cams, and you’ll see the results of our nutrition program at Tallaflo. For many years, we have worked with Record Rack protein feed to […]

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2016 Deer Season

It was a banner year at Tallaflo in 2016. Our deer herd benefitted from an exceptional class of fawns which were the result of our artificial insemination program…overseen by vets specializing in whitetail deer breeding affiliated with Texas A&M University. We also had a nice crop of acorns and other natural forage drop…and despite the […]

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