Letting Wildlife Thrive: Embracing Natural Diets in the Wild

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  • Wes's avatar

    Yep. I truly believe gamefeeders ,especially corn. Kills turkeys. Probably bad for deer also. It’s not natural for wildlife to have a feedlot.

  • Brian's avatar

    Not only is the natural food better, these feeders and bait piles attract disease and pathogens that can be toxic for turkey, deer, etc.

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Saved by the grace of God at seven, ground/stalking hunter; Appalachian and BlueRidge Mountain hunter; helper to others in finding places to hunt in the mountains and other places.

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