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    I have a good size flock on the farm. Every year some jackwagon on the other side of the road from my property feeds the turkey's. They stay in his yard and roost behind his house all friggin turkey season. I am pretty sure he is an anti. He does it every year and only during the season. There is even a small pond right there so they don't have to go anywere. I would have to call them across a road and you know that aint happening.

    If it's illegal I am callin a CO. If not I may sneak in there and put a yote sillhoute in his yard lol.
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    you could feed them yourself....just don't hunt them within 300 feet of the feed (bait)

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    i believe it is illegal to hunt over bait for turkeys but no one can stop him from putting out corn that turkeys come to..he could say its for birds and deer and turkeys happen to come to it..so i would go with the yote sillhoute lol
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    Check with your town they may not allow it and there could be an ordinance on the books

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    He is legal but if you SNEAK on his property and put a coyote decoy on his property YOU ARE ILLEGAL
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    LOL coyote silhouette

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    you could feed them yourself....just don't hunt them within 300 feet of the feed (bait)

    I don't think he is breaking any laws by "Feeding the birds".
    Ever try striking up a conversation with this guy, ya never know what you might learn.
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    I would feed them..talking with the guy sounds good too

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    Concentrateing wild fowl, by feeding them in the same location is never a good idea.
    Disease could wipe out the entire flock.

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