Been hunting the Orange and Chatham county area for more than 20yrs, year after year the deer have been plentiful. If you put 10 bags of corn out the deer would have it eat in less than a week. You would have to put corn out twice a week if you wanted some on the ground Saturday morning, that's how many deer would be on your spot. 15 to 25 deer every time you sat in the tree. I know we have a bumper crop of acorns this year but I don't believe the acorns is behind what is going on with what is happening. Two bags of corn won't be eaten in two weeks now. I used to average over 1200 trail cam pics a week, now about 225-250 a week. This is a 200 acre farm and there is no sign that the deer have changed patterns, just appears that the deer have vanished for the most part. No timber has been cut or any type of habitat been changed. There are 5-6 other guys that hunt within 1-5 miles of me that are experiencing the same thing this year. I am wondering if there's anyone else experiencing this problem and if so what their thoughts are on it. I've heard there has been disease confirmed in about 6/7 piedmont counties but didn't see Orange or Chatham county on the list. Anybody else noticed this where they're hunting ?