Quality Deer Management Works, it really that SIMPLE, try to balance your deer herd, keep track and make the best habitat you can. People can post all the Buck photos they want and they are impressive and even my buck photos make me excited, but nothing equals these series of photos with 8 years of blood and sweat to have my first doe with triplets.
Here is what QDMA says about triplets.
Triplets can be a sign of a very healthy deer population.
Twins are the norm in most populations, but as many as 15 to 20 percent of does will bear triplets when deer numbers are in balance with high-quality habitat. This is why the average doe in a healthy population can produce more fawns than the average doe in an unhealthy population. It's also why you should keep a close eye on deer density after making improvements to habitat quality, and adjust your doe-harvest goals if needed.