Nooner Whitetails, located outside of D’Hanis, Texas started in 2001 as a small deer breeding operation designed to improve the deer genetics on the Nooner Ranch. Since that time, our operation has grown into one of Texas’ largest deer breeding operations. Our focus on improving ranch genetics became a passion for producing some of the finest whitetails in the state of Texas.
HOME TO EASY MONEY AND STICKERS
Nooner Whitetails is the home of Easy Money. Easy Money is one of the few 300” bucks ever born in Texas, and one of a very limited number whose sire and dam were both Texas born deer. Easy Money has produced some monstrous sons, including More Money (350”+ @4 yrs) and Easy Does It (250+” @2 yrs)..
Nooner Whitetails was also the home to another legend of Texas deer breeding: Stickers. Stickers is the sire to an incredible number of huge bucks across the state of Texas and beyond, including Little Stickers (240+” @ 2 yrs) and Stitches (283” @4 yrs). Stickers was also voted the Best of Show Award at the 2009 annual TDA convention. We were saddened when Stickers died in June of 2010. He was an incredible buck and his legend will live on through his offspring at Nooner Whitetails and beyond.
Our breeding operation has some of the calmest deer in the Texas deer industry. Our ranch manager, Gene Naquin, Jr. and staff bottle raise the vast majority of all fawns born in our pens each year. As a result, we are able to work with and among our deer more than most Texas breeding operations. We have one of the finest deer handling facilities in the state – designed specifically to reduce stress during artificial insemination procedures.
We invite you to join us at Nooner Whitetails to see some of the biggest whitetails in all of Texas. You will not find a better selection of Stickers and Easy Money offspring anywhere in the state! Before you purchase animals from another deer breeding operation, we encourage you to compare our deer quality and availability against any other operations. Our gate is always open!
For more information about Nooner Whitetails, please contact Gene Naquin, Jr. at 210-508-0113.