Hunted a farm in geagua county today and saw a hen. We found this farm 2 years ago. At that time there were 2 huge groups of turkeys, 50 birds and probably more. That year we doubled up easily, could do no wrong. last year hunted it twice and seen no birds but blamed it on fields being planted in wheat, which might be to tall for there likening. This year it’s hay and fields are beautiful but almost no sign? So what I’m getting at is when we shot the last bird there 2 years ago, the farmer called us to advise us his buddy also shot a bird that day , and it had his fresh planted corn seeds in it , and warned us about the green coating on it. That coating was fungicide they put on that seed when they sell it. At that time I looked it up , but all studies were in Canada. Just a thought, you think that practice is major culprit of the decline of turkeys? Kinda funny my only decent spots anymore are big woods around fields that are never planted?