Doc drove into the research facility (5 February, 2018) and here is what he saw! A doe fawn has come into estrus and has attracted a group of our big boys! Fortunately, they have not cast their antlers yet, and since they are some of our good bucks, the offspring of this little doe will have some pretty good genetics! Doc points out that our data show a doe fawn that reaches 60 pounds will breed, and 75% of the time her offspring will be a buck fawn! Those of you attending the 2018 Dr. Deer Field Day will learn about this and more! Who knows, we always find sheds during the tours and you may find some from these great bucks. To sign up, go to the events tab or click here.