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    Default Looking for a Pair of Chickens to mount

    Looking for a pair of nice Chickens to mount. Our hunt steered towards quail since they were so abundant and never did get any chickens despite seeing more of them than pheasants. Always wanted a pair to mount and the ones we have shot in Minnesota are too early in the season to get good ones to mount. Will gladly pay shipping to be gifted a pair to mount.

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    Cant help you with the chickens, but I can post a picture from spring on the drumming grounds. One of the coolest things I have ever done in the wild.



    Last edited by reddog; 12-07-2017 at 09:15 AM.

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    Great Pictures! I too have been to the dancing grounds many times over the years. I take pictures for many magazines and nothing beats a booming chicken on a spring morning. I also have chickens booming in my back yard! I have the largest private flock of Prairie Chickens in Captivity and nothing beats their antics and booming. I have almost 50 right now and they are enjoying our fresh powder snow. The problem is I have to keep them wing clipped to keep owl predation down even though the pens are covered so when I lose one its always wing clipped and makes a poor mount.

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