One of the most unique discoveries at Fox Farm was a concentration of 11 deer jaws - seven left and four right for a minimum of eight individuals - inside a house wall. It may represent an offering.
Season of death ranged from spring to winter, indicating that the animals had not been killed during a single hunt or during a single season, but had been taken throughout the year. This fact, coupled with the lack of gnawing and weathering on the bones, indicated that residents had curated these deer jaws for an extended period of time before placing them in the ground. A section of a jar found with the jaws may have been used as a tray to transport the bones to the offering location.
Exactly when during the year this offering took place is not known. The location of the deer jaws - along the outside edge of a house basin - suggests that a ritual took place in conjunction with the last rebuilding of the house. Otherwise, subsequent post resetting would have disturbed the concentration.