two weeks ago one of my landowners called me to say he was cutting his fields the following day so I went over with my gwp as I have done before to check for fawns. First field was I found one fawn tucked up which I moved and noted it was a buck and I saw another fawn that ran off on its own accord when we got closer. Second area I had two fawns move off on their own and found another three fawns couched up all of which were bucks which I moved to the edges ,do you think it was just coincidence that all four fawns that I caught were bucks or is there a chance that the three that ran off were does as we know that later in life prickets are easier to approach than does. Later that day after the fields were cut I met up with the landowner and we walked around and found two dead fawns looking stillborn from the same mother on top of the cut grass but no cut up fawns. In the last two days I have been called out twice to deal with injured fawns from cutting but from a different area one of them had cutting wounds from a while ago that were healing really well but unfortunately it was caught by the farm dog so had to be dispatched poor sod had a really bad short life.