Poult Report 2020

mguthrie

**# 1 Fan**OHIO STATE**
A member of my club saw about a dozen with 2 hens and said they could fly. This was yesterday in Johnson county
 
We could use some rain I suppose, but the relatively dry weather should hopefully be good for poults. That`s as long as there`s been enough moisture periodically for insects.
 

antharper

“Well Rounded Outdoorsman MOD “
We could use some rain I suppose, but the relatively dry weather should hopefully be good for poults. That`s as long as there`s been enough moisture periodically for insects.
I agree , that with the truck load of egg eaters and 14 coyotes I’ve trapped off the property I hunt I’m sure hopeful for a decent hatch , but haven’t seen any yet
 
I agree , that with the truck load of egg eaters and 14 coyotes I’ve trapped off the property I hunt I’m sure hopeful for a decent hatch , but haven’t seen any yet
Geeze ant, sounds like Predator Central! Kinda not surprised if you haven`t seen any! I do hope that`s one huge piece of property.
 
Saw about a dozen in my back yard in Heard County May 10th. Very small and running around like a bunch of ants - hence the estimated dozen instead of an accurate count. I'd get to about eight or nine and they'd bust out running around. I couldn't keep up! All of those were with one hen.
 
Tift
May 7th- 11 poults
May 11th- 8 Poults
Both broods were less than 1 week old. They were so small, they were getting hung up on clover stems. I hope they make it.
 

XIronheadX

PF Trump Cam Operator !20/20
May 15th- 3 poults in view in person. One took flight 4 ft up and about 30 ft.
Cell cam since- 3 poults in view 2 weeks old
May 17th 8 poults close to 3 weeks
May 25th 3 poults 2 weeks
May 27th 9 poults with 2 hens in view. 2 and 3+ weeks old, Troup
 
Checking out our 2 Leases this morning and seen multiple hens and a LOT of poults from bitty size to being able to flying size, sadly seen some bobcat tracks on the roads also, time to give the traper a call again this year. Hopefully some mite survive to maturity.
 

Juan De

Senior Member
Saw around a dozen poults roughly bigger than a quail. They were led by two hens
 
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