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Wild Turkey Feeders #9032473 04/11/24 03:42 PM
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Does anyone use feeders for wild turkey's? If so, what do you feed them? I purchased the All Seasons turkey feeders but not sure what to put in it.

Re: Wild Turkey Feeders [Re: Rocshoc] #9032664 04/11/24 09:34 PM
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Corn, milo and chicken scratch are what I have seen.

Re: Wild Turkey Feeders [Re: Rocshoc] #9032711 04/11/24 11:00 PM
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Mine all like corn . I run timers and the Turkeys show up right on time .

Re: Wild Turkey Feeders [Re: Rocshoc] #9032864 04/12/24 04:33 AM
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Thanks for the feedback!

Re: Wild Turkey Feeders [Re: Rocshoc] #9033818 04/14/24 02:05 AM
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I have them. I built 5x5 platforms 4ft off the ground that are mounted to a single pipe. Coons cant get up on them. Problem is Turkeys will not use them. Bioligist told me to take them down to around a foot off of the ground and get them started and then raise them up gradually. Mine have a welded frame with a 2 and 3/8 pipe that just sits down in a 2 and 7/8s pipe so i can just lift it out and set it on concrete blocks. I mix scratch grain and corn.

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