Iâ€™m curious about this. I hear a lot of people say to shoot the older does. I was wondering about this as the older does are usually the ones who have the big healthy fawns who live through the winter. They are also more likely to have twins or triplets than a younger doe, from my observation. And they also have more experience at raising fawns, so the fawns have an advantage there. I always look for a younger doe to shoot, like a year and a half old. They are a bit more tender too. So, am I missing something? What is the advantage of shooting older does?