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Is it possible to increase turkey production in missouri by killing nest predators during furbearer

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Increase? Maybe some small insignificant and inconsistent amount. Meaningfully increase? No.

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That too.
Just mean amount killed has to come in to play.
I think there is an amount killed that may help but if I just take a couple and that's it, probably no help.
I agree, you would need to remove enough nest predators to increase nest success on a normal size farm. Even just increasing by 2-3 additional nests per 160 acres could have a positive affect, especially if have several neighbors doing the same thing.
 

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I agree, you would need to remove enough nest predators to increase nest success on a normal size farm. Even just increasing by 2-3 additional nests per 160 acres could have a positive affect, especially if have several neighbors doing the same thing.
But you wont accomplish that feat because for that to happen youd have to have more nests on 160 than can logically be supported.
 

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Another runaway poll on this subject. Happens every time, and yes of course its possible.
Lots of things are POSSIBLE..... most of them arent LIKELY or REALISTIC.
 

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The way this is worded any logical honest person has to answer yes. If even one more poult was hatched it would increase. It wouldnt help though.
 

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yes it would. 1 poult matters
No, it doesnt. Especially not when the time and effort it took to gain that poult would have resulted in 2-3 if it had been applied in a different manner.
 
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