Bit of research in preparation for next year — I’m thinking Narragansett turkeys — they’ve got some dark quills (so aren’t the ‘perfect’ commercial turkey), but they’re great foragers and make more turkeys all by themselves (sadly, this is not something many commercially bred animals can do). They’re also pretty cool looking!
I want to plant some food plots around our property this upcoming year. Chufa looks like a cool, unique plant to add. Something we can eat too — and it can attract both deer and turkeys. https://gamekeepersclub.com/p-245-turkey-gold-chufa.aspx (25 lbs)
There are two heirloom dent corns I’d like to grow — https://www.southernexposure.com/products/hickory-cane-dent-corn/ and https://www.victoryseeds.com/corn_pencil-cob.html. A few patches of hull-less oats would be cool, and maybe some alfalfa.