Tennessee Farmer Creates Top-Notch Turkey Habitat While Improving Grazing Lands

When it comes to understanding and improving turkey habitat restoration, there are few more knowledgeable than farmer Chuck Borum in Pulaski, Tennessee. Borum bought a few hundred acres a decade ago w

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4 thoughts on “Tennessee Farmer Creates Top-Notch Turkey Habitat While Improving Grazing Lands

  1. Have they had any problems with the Red Wolves getting at there calves? I didn’t know they were in southern middle Tennessee.

    1. I’m not aware of problems with calves and Red Wolves. I searched for information and learned that there are only about 100 and found no information indicating that they had harmed livestock.

  2. I’m a little confused, he’s raising domestic turkeys, not just creating wild turkey habitat, correct? A very interesting project, is there anywhere to learn more about it?

    1. Chuck is creating habitat for wild turkeys. I’m tracking down a contact person for you so you can learn more. Hopefully I’ll be back with more shortly! 🙂

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