Turkey habitat is centered around the availability of food, water,
and absence of predators. Our wildlife management program addresses
all these issues. Food plots can supplement the existing food sources.
Mature hardwoods may be left during the timber harvest to ensure the
mast crop is left in tact. Hardwood stands also provide roosting locations
in areas that were harvested for timber. In dry areas, ponds or watering
locations can be created. Turkeys prefer to roost near water, so the
location of water sources is important. Predator control may also
be necessary. Bobcats, dogs and coyotes can seriously impact your
Turkey population. Call us today.