"Buck Apron Urine Shield"
This yearling buck (2010) in rut and has scalded his legs and face with urine. This was my temporary solution to the problem.
I put a regular nylon dog harness on the buck and then I used a piece of industrial belting (food grade so no chemicals on it) as it was very strong and waterproof. I measured the width of the bucks ribcage or girth area and also the depth, then cut out a "U"-shape. I cut slots in the tops of the flaps for the back strap and used duct tape going under first and then back over on itself so it didn't stick to the hair. Nylon with velcro would have been better for this. I then ran hay string through the same slots and tied this to the harness but as you can see, it still slipped back. The sides being folded / bent backward, it did a nice job from keeping him from spraying his face and legs.