Frequently Asked Questions

Question:

How many acres do you have to hunt?

Answer:

It’s not how many Acres available to hunt; it’s how many Turkeys are on the acres that you hunt, that counts.


Question:

What is your success rate?

Answer:

Zero, I don’t hunt; your success will depend on your ability sit quietly and call softly, as well as your ability to hit what you aim at. 


Question:

Do you know about how many Osceola Turkey you have at your farm?

Answer:

Not really; but I have forty two in my pens and I expect that there are two or three times that many on the farm property.


Question:

Are the Turkeys at your farm “Pure Breads”?

Answer:

I don’t really know, I don’t have any papers on them but they look like Osceola’s and they live in the right part of Florida.  The N.W.T.F. biologist say that they are Osceola’s. It’s a good guess would be that they are Osceola’s.


Question:

Are your turkeys wild?

Answer:

Some are wilder than others, but I know of none that you can pick up and pet.


Question:

Is your property fenced?

Answer:

Only a very small part along some of the property lines, I can’t afford to fence my entire property.


Question:

How much do you charge to hunt?

Answer:

$600.00 a day per person (hunter). And it’s not a money making operation.


Question:

How many Turkeys can I kill?

Answer:

One Gobbler and no hens bearded or not.


Question:

If I book a three day hunt and kill a gobbler on the first day can I get my money back for the next two days?

Answer:

The short answer is “NO”, long answer “why did you even ask”.


Question:

Do you have a place for hunters to stay on the farm?

Answer:

Yes, we have a fifth wheel trailer available for $75.00 per day per person, limited to two people.  R.V. hook-ups and tent camping is available at no charge. See page; https://allisonfamilyfarm.com/2016-osceola-turkey-hunts/accomodations/


Question:

Do you raise Osceola Turkeys at your farm?

Answer:

Yes, We do raise Osceola’s on the farm and turn several of them (gobblers) loose in January & February each year. 


Question:

Do you have “Food Plots”?

Answer:

Yes we plant three Chufa food plots each year.


Question:

Do you provide guides?

Answer:

No, this is an unguided hunt; you will be hunting in stationary blinds easily accessible by truck or car. Furthermore you can walk to most of our blinds. 


Question:

Do you furnish meals?

Answer:

Breakfast is available for the hunters who stay in the fifth wheel trailer, and we pack a lunch for all hunters to take to the blind with you, ice, water and cold drinks are available at no charge. We do not provide a dinner (supper) meal.


Question:

Do you charge for kids?

Answer:

There is no charge for any minor under 12 to hunt. However there must be an adult (paid hunter) supervisor with the minor at all times. 


Question:

When does turkey season start?

Answer:

The Florida Spring Turkey Gobbler Hunting for 2020 has not yet been posted, however  Florida Spring Turkey Gobbler season usually begins the second week of March and ends the middle of April. When the dates are established they will be posted here. 


Question:

What dates are currently available?

Answer:

As of April 10, 2019 only the first four days of the 2020 season are booked. However we often book faster than we post here so eMail me at allisonfamilyfarm@gmail.com to be sure that the dates you want are available. Booking is not confirmed until the deposit is received. We accept Cash, Personal Checks or PayPal.