I've got my crop damage permits for two farms and expect to have two more farms on-line in a month. The bucks have sprouted some new growth but it's still too early to easily identify a buck from a doe at significant distances. The older (2yr) does are quite large with the unborn fawns so they are a little noticable but the yearling does and the perhaps one fawn aren't quite so big and blend in too well with the bucks. I intend to do some long range muzzleloader culling (200 to 300 yards) as well as some true rifle culling with a .223 I'm having built. I'll use my old standby 308 Win for the real long range stuff and I have a new shooter that will be using a 6mm/06. Anyone else do any deer crop damage shooting? I'm looking for some new tricks to be a little more efficient with the does and ways to not scare the bucks out of the area.