There's plenty of predators on the property. Although, there's not much for food. No agriculture crops near by, but a good bit of acorns, berries and forage. This is old coal mining land, so a lot of open space with woods on both sides of open land. I do have several cameras on the property. I see lots of pics 5-8 does together and a fair amount of nice buck. Went spotting one evening during the key rut period. Saw approximately 45 deer and only 3 that I could tell were buck. In early summer, one thing I noticed is not many fawns in the goups of does. Could it be possible there's so many doe, that there's not enough buck to breed them all? With all the doe, one would think there would be a lot of fawns each year.