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A lot of good info in that video.

FYI. If you late winter burn your cp33s you won't get much if any turkey nesting activity in them. If you disk them after you burn it makes excellent brooding habitat.

His advice about how worthless fescue is for nesting and brooding is spot on.
 

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A lot of good info in that video.

FYI. If you late winter burn your cp33s you won't get much if any turkey nesting activity in them. If you disk them after you burn it makes excellent brooding habitat.

His advice about how worthless fescue is for nesting and brooding is spot on.
I agree wholeheartedly with you Todd. Plus the big emphasis on predator control. I know we got some no it all’s on here who will say he is wrong, but I could really care less.
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A lot of good info in that video.

FYI. If you late winter burn your cp33s you won't get much if any turkey nesting activity in them. If you disk them after you burn it makes excellent brooding habitat.

His advice about how worthless fescue is for nesting and brooding is spot on.
Thats probably why when the cp33 strips are on the edges of wheat fields turkeys are more successful than when they border the biological wasteland of corn and beans. Whats adjacent to your cp33 strips?
 

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Grant would call this a predator food plot. If it had wheat where the corn was it would be good cover.
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