The others have stated it well and I agree with them.
You are in WI and know of the issues we have with the deer population. Warranted or unwarranted, we have them.
Ill give you three examples where I hunt:
One is a 50 that we put most of our work and time into. On this land we have 4 cameras running 8 months out of the year, so we get a very good idea of whats in the area. On this property we get more pictures and visual sightings on stand of bucks vs does. So this land, to me, would be off limits for shooting does. However with the time and money we stick into this property we usually justify taking a doe for the freezer. A situation like this makes for aggressive behavior from the bucks and by that I mean a lot of scrapes, rubs, posturing, and broken tines.
We actually leased out a 20 acre piece to do some doe hunting. This area is overpopulated with deer and taking a couple of does would do no harm. I know it sounds counterintuitive from a money standpoint, to lease a property to shoot does, but between three of us and the enjoyment we get out of taking and eating venison, along with the buck to doe ratio on our other property, its worth it to us. This property is in a good area with nice bucks so the opportunity at a nice buck is also there, but this is not our main goal here. On this property you see some aggressive behavior like a couple of rubs and a main scrape on a field edge but thats about it.
The other property I hunt is over-populated with does as well and is mostly agricultural, so I feel that the land can support these deer. Taking a doe or more from here will do the herd some good, but its also not hurting the land/browse.
Its kind of up to what you want to do. The responsible and right thing to do IMO would be to reduce the doe population a little bit just to balance it better. However, the landowner is of the type that wants all the girls to draw in the boys so I don't have much say in it. He normally lets me take a doe but this year due to the situation with the WIDNR and the hunters, I don't see that happening. On this land you don't see much for aggressive behavior either. During the rut a scrape will show up here and there but nothing extreme.
I will also throw in another situation about a guy I work with. (a good buddy, but we have some interesting arguments)
He was brought up and still believes that if you shoot a doe, you are not a "man". Needless to say they have a lot of does on their property. 10-15 years ago they had good hunting, they would see 20 deer a night and most of the time a buck was following them. Fast-forward to the present and their property is nothing but a couple of elm trees and canary grass. This property used to be some of the thickest land around, but now its the thinnest with absolutely no browse or under-story except for canary grass which the deer will not touch.
Of course it is the WIDNR's fault that they no longer see the deer that they used to and of course I am no longer a "man" because I kill does.
This property has absolutely no aggressive sign. No rubs and no scrapes. There still are does around but they just bed there and go to the nearby fields to feed.
Its actually rather interesting being able to see these different property's and the differences.
The best part about all of this...they are all with-in 50 miles of each-other, 3 of them within 15 miles of each-other.
Genesis 27:3 Take your bow and quiver full of arrows out into the open country, and hunt some wild game.....