I have a 4 acre corn plot that the deer are absolutely loving right now. I checked it thismorning and it looks like the corn should last well into the heaviest shed dropping season. The problem is that there is a group of around 100 turkeys feeding in the picked corn field all day long. They are about 200 yds and 2 fences away from finding my plot. Im afraid that if one of them wanders a little farther north and picks up his ugly head for a second and realizes whats just over the hill, my plot will be destroyed in a matter of days, also Ill have a trail cam full of Turkey pictures. I cant imagine that there is anything I can do to scare the turkeys away that wouldnt send a whitetail to the next county.I have also noticed the Turkeys have almost completely pushed the deer out of a section of our timber. I was just curious if anyone else has ever had a problem like this?