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Old 01-26-2011, 05:19 PM   #15
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We have plenty of turkeys here on Long Island. Many of the wild flocks will number 20 or 30 birds. Many flocks pass through our property even with 6ft high fences on two sides. Here in NY our DEC does not recommend feeding wild turkeys. Not even in the winter. It is better for them to remain wild and independent from us. This is a link about our turkeys.


We are not allowed to feed white tail deer by law. That's Not a recommendation

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Old 01-27-2011, 09:29 AM   #16
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It's funny though, as soon as the snow goes off the fields they vanish even though the food source is still there.

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Just remember
After they are gone, that ain't chocolate pudding with a touch of whip creme in your yard.
Do not let the grandkids step in it.
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Were use to having chickens on the porch. As for grandkids, I think I will have to rent them. The youngest has potential but the oldest, 27 and not a women in sight.

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