I know an old rancher who had way too many turkeys that roosted on his house and in his trees around the house, all the time creating a mess. He set his gooseneck stock trailer in the yard and started baiting it with corn every day. After 3 weeks or so he had his ranch hand sit in some brush close to the trailer with a rope tied to the trailer gate. A good bunch of turkeys got in the trailer and the ranch hand jerked the door shut and turkey relocating got started. His ranch hand drove the trailer full of turkeys to the old rancher's most distant pasture and opened the trailer gate. I know this is/was not legal, but the old rancher got it done and no turkeys were hurt in the relocation process. And more importantly, no relocaters were arrested. Every time I think of that old rancher telling that story, I get a chuckle. The old rancher met his maker a few years back, so the statute of limitations has run out for the old man. He specialized in getting stuff done, even if it was not always the correct way.
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