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  1. Sep 18, 2018 #21

    meadmaker1

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    Fortunately my wifes schnauzer, and our horse enjoy chasing them off. But there are several unnatural predators in my area ( properties mostly 5 to 30 acres) that feel the same as i do keeping the numbers down.
    These arent like the truly wild turkeys you see on the hunting shows. They barely run off when chased.
     
  2. Sep 18, 2018 #22

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    Like those turkeys in the Northeast that have pursued and attacked mail carriers, dogs and children.

     
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    I guarantee you no turkey is going to attack me or mine.





    TWICE!!
     
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