HC Whitetails Breeding Program
The mission at HC Whitetails is to produce trophy whitetails with a strong emphasis toward producing wide, typical frames. Our world class whitetail bloodlines are geared towards producing deer that are tall, wide and heavy with typical Texas frames.
This December we will AI our best does to some big names in the industry; Gladiator XL, The Judge, Franchise, Gladiator II, Heisman and High Jumper.
Below are pictures of bucks born and raised here at HC Whitetails over the years.
We are currently a Transfer Category 1 herd. We will be TAHC Year 3 in March 2020. Our TC1 status enables us to sell deer to land owners for pasture release without having to test any deer for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). Contact us us today to schedule a tour of our whitetail breeding facility in South Texas
The foundation genetics at HC Whitetails correlate directly to our mission of producing trophy whitetails with South Texas frames. We have selectively cross bred some of the best pedigrees in the industry including; Witch Doctor, Open Bar, High Jumper, The Judge, Cash Flow, King George, Big Stitch, Stitches, Mijo, VooDoos Magic and Perfect Dream.
3-P Wideout at 2 years old
Witch Doctor at 3
HC Whitetails offers a limited amount of bred does, breeder bucks and stocker bucks to both deer breeders and land owners for pasture release.
The pen design at HC Whitetails consists of ample native brush, which caters towards acclimating whitetails quicker and with less stress when releasing them. The natural habitat in the pens is designed to protect your investment by increasing fawn crops and minimizing mortality rates.
Deer at HC Whitetails are primarily worked in our elaborate 50x30 deer handling facility. We do not dart our deer unless its absolutely necessary. HC Whitetails deer barn has 7 holding boxes and a drop chute which allows us to work the deer efficiently and with minimal stress.
Most of our whitetails are DNA certified. We are a Transfer Category 1 (TC1) herd. TAHC year 2, we will be TAHC year 3 in March 2019. Contact us today to learn more about our deer.