Their young ones are in good liking
Plump, fat, and sleek, as fawns are:
they grow up with corn;
by which they grow, or without in the field, as the word also signifies; and their growth and increase is very quick, as Aristotle observes F12;
they go forth, and return not unto them:
they go forth into the fields, and shift and provide for themselves, and trouble their dams no more; and return not to them, nor are they known by them.
F12 Ib. (Aristot. Hist. Animal.) l. 6. c. 29.