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Got a shot of these in my yard over the weekend ;D


 

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I'm starting to see littlin myself now.
Nice pic Dennis.
 

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Signs of spring??? I'm voting this is summertime! I saw a couple of hens with some little ones in tow the other day crossing a road. Hope they all had good hatches.
 

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I've seen several family groups this year. Most have 6-10 young-uns in the flock. I'm going to call it a good hatch around here ;D
 

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Dennis -its about the same around here 10-12 & as little as 6 young-uns to a hen.
 

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So are the little ones called "gobblets"?????? ??? ;D
 

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I believe they are refered to as, poults ;D
 

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Maybe- spring chickens :D
 

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Hmmmmm bout the size of chickens....might be real tender ::)
 

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Um' hum. Tender videls.
 

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Talked to a buddy of mine that moved out here from Georgia today. Told him about the young'ins that I've been seeing, and the ones that he has at his place. I mentioned about the "tasty tender young ones" as a joke, but he told me about the poachers in Georgia that picked them off with .22's. Called em "fryers" :mad:
 

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Thats bad news all the way around.
Both for the turkey population & the legel hunter.
 
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