Yes, just as I though. One of our senior does always waits until the temperature is sub-freezing to drop her kids on the ground, usually around four in the morning, too. This time was no exception. Found a pair of bucks in the barn this morning and they've already discovered the warming barrels.
It's supposed to be even colder tonight so what are the chances one (or both) of the other wide bodies in the barn will choose to kid tonight? Anyone want to place bets?