The Ohio Amish Monster Buck was minerally supplemented. How far away is that headline from this one? Barry Bonds within 22 Home Runs of Hank Aaron. Are we getting to the point that deer of record caliber are going to be needed to be drug tested, checked for various levels in their body to assure that the deer was, indeed, natural? Food plots are one thing, but large amounts of mineral supplements designed to grow antlers, not neccesarily make healthier deer is completely another. To stick with the baseball reference, and food plot consisting of naturally occuring plants, trees and browse seems to me to be like Julio Lugo and his strict diet and workout plan. He is doing the best he can with natural things. So too is the deer that is eating native, naturally occuring plants, planted and maintained by a landowner. They say 500 homeruns doesn't mean what it used to. Is the same true for 125'' and 160''?