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A wild turkey hen shepherds her poults through a field in northern Dickinson County. She had at least 10, a good-size brood to get through the summer. Turkeys usually lay four to 17 eggs, according to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. A Michigan Department of Natural Resources biologist said from what he’s heard and seen, turkey brood sizes seem to be up this summer in the region.

A wild turkey hen shepherds her poults through a field in northern Dickinson County. She had at least 10, a good-size brood to get through the summer. Turkeys usually lay four to 17 eggs, according to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. A Michigan Department of Natural Resources biologist said from what he’s heard and seen, turkey brood sizes seem to be up this summer in the region.

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