I thought this was a good video. I've never heard of the guy before but he seems fairly knowledgeable. Talks about not making your property too attractive during the summer months to avoid it becoming a doe factory. He says the mature bucks will not tolerate the social pressure created by too many does outside of the rut. I've heard many people say over the years that bucks don't like there property outside of the rut, all they have is does. I even remember Dbltree making a comment about not having many bucks around outside of the rut. I wonder how often that is caused by the farm being too attractive to does during fawning? His main solution seems to be skipping the summer plots like beans, alfalfa, clover etc. Obviously hunting the does heavily is an option but I worry about the hunting pressure that creates. I would assume that fencing summer plots off would work as well. I can see some merit in what he is saying but I'm not completely sold either. Main reason being that pretty much everyone in Iowa is surrounded by ag fields, that seems like it would throw a wrench in the whole idea. Thought provoking video either way.