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Q.  A client who raises North American farmed deer and elk asks you to remove of the entire soft antler of several animals in the first 55-65 days of growth, a practice called "velveting." What should you tell the client?
  1. Velveting is unnecessary; antlers fall off on their own at the end of mating season
  2. The practice is illegal and sale of velvet antlers is internationally banned
  3. You can perform the procedure with proper analgesia
  4. Velveting is unwarranted; velvet falls off on its own after two to three months
  5. Velvet antler removal is painless, but adequate restraint is very important to minimize stress in captive-raised cervids