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    Here is some pictures of turkeys in my food plot. Couldn't get them all in the picture. About 30 more in the plot that are not in pic
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    Default Re: Turkeys in my food plot

    Quote Originally Posted by bigdeer2000 View Post
    Here is some pictures of turkeys in my food plot. Couldn't get them all in the picture. About 30 more in the plot that are not in pic
    Awesome! Any idea why they line up like that?

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    No, I really don't know why. This time of the year they seem to stay in this large group. I have watched this group get larger every year. They come through this plot. ( this one is close to my house) around the same time every day 7:30 - 8:00 am

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    If I were a betting man...........I would guess that there are ants, or some other type of bug using that corridor. That would explain the 'line-up'.
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    I've got a bunch like that here, 30-40 birds.

    For a while I'd see one with a bag leg. He hopped around on just the good leg and got around just fine.

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    Now I know where all the turkeys that used to be here went.

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    One of the hens in that group has only one leg and seems to get around just fine. I wonder how it stays on roost in a tree with only one leg.

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    Default Re: Turkeys in my food plot

    Here are 4 gobblers that got close enough to take a picture with my phone.
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    I took these from my porch

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    Wow...nice pics and beautiful property.
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