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aimlow
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The DNR is asking citizens to help them survey this Spring's Turkey population by reporting Turkey and poult sightings. Use this link to create a username and password to report what you are seeing out there.

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sticksender
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Thanks for posting that. I've seen an unusually high number of hens with poults this year. It was super dry here from mid-May to mid-June....might have helped.

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Jeff Valovich
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any word on the spring kill yet ...

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aimlow
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The Spring 2017 Turkey harvest was over 13,000. It was the 3rd highest total for Indiana's Spring Turkey Season, up from 2016.

From what I am seeing in my area (LaGrange County) Spring 2018 should be a good one. I have seen more hens with poults this Spring than I have in a long time. This summer has been favorable too, good rainfall, decent temperatures, good growing season and plenty of bugs around for them to snack on. Let's hope the DNR doesn't screw it up like they have with our deer herd. :-(

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