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Discussion in 'Turkey Photo Gallery' started by OutbackBio, Jul 16, 2017.
Multiple pics of multiple broods on one of my listings. Good to see!
What part of the state? You putting them on your poult survey?
Yep I will put them on the card. We flushed 2 separate hens Thursday night with poults about 2 weeks barely flying and some that were probably a month old.
Somebody must have been very busy trapping coons on that place.
Not many trappers left in that area. All the ones I knew of quit or died. But there is TONS of crp and wsg. Outback probably knows the trapping history of the place though.
This is a good farm in a great area. If it were closer to mine Id be trying to buy it. If a guy is looking contact Outbackbio about it
I just got it under contract Saturday but thanks!
This farm doesn't get trapped or predator hunted but it's got killer habitat and cover. I've got pics of grinners, coons, and yotes on this same camera.
Awesome. Saw my first bunch of poults this morning with 2 hens in Cole County.
If you build it they will hatch!!!!
Quail numbers are strong too.
Was that the one by New Hampton?
That's a nice group of poults. :
Our quail have went crazy this year. Pheasants as well. You cant walk anywhere in the crp without kicking up a few.
Congrats on getting it under contract
When I said it wouldn't last long I meant it
I'm not saying flock sizes this year are like they were a couple decades ago but I've seen more flocks of turkeys while feeding hay this year than I have in recent. I'm hopefully for more gobbles this spring....cant wait.
We couldnt beat them off with a stick during deer season. Large flocks of young birds.
Yes it appeared that a significant portion of most of the flocks were younglings