Hendrix Farms was once home to a herd of white fallow deer. The breed is primarily raised for meat and breeding purposes. It originated in the Mediterranean region and today can be found throughout Europe and the United States.
During the drought of 2011, a rare virus borne of stagnant water spread through the farm, killing the entire herd in a matter of weeks. The last to die was a female due to give birth any day. Luther and a farm employee rode all across the farm in search of the fawn, and found him just in time. They raised him on a bottle, and now he’s one of the friendliest inhabitants of Hendrix Farms.