I took a nice size doe yesterday that seemed to still be nursing fawns. This in itself does not surprise me a whole lot as I have seen fawns trying to latch on to a doe during bow season but usually a month or more before this time. Her mamary glands were pretty full of milk and her teats were pulled which seems a pretty good indicator. This led me to thinking about how this activity relates to the breeding cycle for the doe. Would she have likely come into estrous at the same time as the other does. And can she continue to produce milk through the whole cycle. I guess I was trying to apply some of what I have heard about the human reproductive (both being mammals).