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Discussion in 'Turkey Photo Gallery' started by Rednecknick, Jul 12, 2017.
We see quite a few now days and they are fair game in both spring and fall here in kansas.From what I have read they seem to think they don't usually produce
Bearded hens lay eggs just like any other hens from what I hear.
We see more of them now than we used to although we've always had a few hairy ladies running around
We usually see them at the farm. I have read that they produce like any hen. A beard is just a type of feather really.
What I have read but never seen is a hen having spur or spurs.
Have seen 2 hens both had beards and both had small spurs smaller than a jake would have.
That makes it easier to pull the trigger on them in the fall! :wave:
Looks like the stick on the ground to me. But not 100% positive.
Totally 100% FALSE. Can't believe folks still believe that myth.
Pre op trany turk .
On next pic you can see that stick but not the beard
I'm only seeing one pic...........
My bad I meant the next pic the cam took