Need your help folks. Got a call from a customer today. She states that sometime over the winter something has eaten 2 Sand Cherries I planted last spring. They were in 5 gallon containers, fairly good sized when I planted them. Her back yard is completed fenced in. The only possible thing that I believe could have happened is bucks may have rubbed their antlers on them during rut season, but to do this they would have had to jump her 6 foot high wooden privacy fence then jump back out. But they would not have eaten the trees. I'm going out tomorrow to look at them, but she says there is not once piece of either tree left in her yard. Any ideas or past experience would greatly be appreciated. One last thing I should point out, I truly believe that something happened to them. By that I mean I'm sure she did not mow them down and now just making something up so she get's replacements for free. Thanks.