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Old 05-04-2003, 06:33 AM
Barbara
 
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Default Scrub/bush turkeys

Rod wrote:


Found a very simple solution......a rubber snake strategically placed
so it is easily seen by the Turkeys, plus hose coiled through the
garden to resemble a snake. 2 turkey free days, so far.


Yep. Already thought of that.

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