I found this nest site last week at my farm in Dallas County. In your opinion, does this look like a successful hatch or predator raid?
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Turkey poults usually pip or open one end of the egg shell to get out.Some of the shells appear that a chick was successfully hatched. Othershells have been crunched by a predator, etc. Most predators would destroyall eggs, not just one or two.
I suspect the chicks hatched normally and then a predator found the nextand busted a few shells by stepping on them, etc.
Hopefully the chicks are still alive and growing!!