This little critter has an interesting rack, to say the least! As a biologist on a nearby WMA told me, it is impossible to know if this “rack” was caused by an injury while in velvet, or is genetic, but this is one that certainly should be removed from the breeding pool, just in case, to insure he doesn’t spread those bad-horn genes around! Unfortunately, under the 13″ antler rule, and since the brow tines take him out of the “at least one unbranched antler” classification, it is not legal for me to “cull” him. Too bad, as I’d like to have that twisted rack with the brow tines “tied together” to display. Haven’t seen him this year, so either somebody else decided to take him out, or his rack this year “straightened up”.