Things are going good. We actually had a change of plans and instead of a pup we got a 2 year old male from Ken. Have just been spending time getting to know each other and working through all of that. He is doing great and now that you ask I feel bad I haven't taken any pics in the field with him. Been so concerned with other stuff I haven't thought to snap any. I will make sure I do next time out. Appreciate you asking.Matt
How's the new pup doing? Any pictures?
Well if ya ever have room for another dog and gun, let me know! I'll be more than willing to throw in for some pen birds if it saves me an hour drive!Too my knowledge all these birds came from a pen. We release hens and roosters on our farm mainly for training in the off season then we may hunt some off the left over roosters throughout hunting season. The farm in Medina County is somewhat close to a hunt club. These birds seem to always find their way to this particular farm which had a pond excellent cover and crop fields. With that said this farmee does see roosters and hens well into late summer on this property , so I guess there is a very very small chance luck may have allowed a wild hatch but a safe bet would be released birds