Deer Breaks into Minnesota Deer Fur Company, Head-Butts Owner, EscapesNews
A buck head-butted the owner of a Minnesota fur company last week before trashing the warehouse full of deer hides.
A six-point buck head-butted the owner of a rural Minnesota fur company last week before trashing the shop’s warehouse, currently full of deer hides being tanned for hunters.
The owner of Johnson Fur in rural Wilmar, Minnesota, claims the buck was looking for a mate when he smelled the deer hides and became confused.
J0hnson walked away with only minor bruises from the deer’s headbutt, but the deer dashed through the room, jumping over tables and destroying the office’s paperwork. Even a refrigerator was jumped upon by the buck.
The confused deer eventually ran back out the door and into the wild after the Johnsons’ Jack Russell terrier began nipping at his heels.
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