King's Bush Turkey SolutionKing's Bush Turkey Solution is an all-natural deterrent developed to gently persuade the male Brush turkey to desist from sourcing his material from treated areas and to taint the material already sourced which now forms the mound. It also deters the female from scratching around your favourite garden beds looking for food and other things. It is made from a combination of a natural plant oil and common herbs and spices. Left to dry naturally, it works by way of smell with the oil giving the application increased resilience and the ability to hold on to the other ingredients. Best results 2 -7 days. The male Brush Turkey begins building the mound from organic material available in the immediate area. Once complete this mound will heat up as it decomposes. The male will tend the mound and add and remove material as required in order to maintain the correct temperature. He hopes his efforts will attract a female who will grant her approval by depositing her eggs within. Once the eggs are within the nest the nest temperature will be regulated still by the male until hatching. The chicks must fend for themselves from the day they hatch. King's Bush Turkey Solution is only to be used while the mound is in the construction or tending phase. Once the eggs are inside you cannot interfere with the nest. This is law. Look for a hole about half way up. Eggs should be clearly visible. It is to be splashed over the lower reaches of the mound or area that the bush turkey is favouring for its mound e.g. garden mulch and other organic matter. (see below tip) Also at seasons end and once you are sure no eggs are present it is highly recommended you deconstruct the mound and treat the organic material and redistribute throughout your garden. Our product needs to be warmed prior to use by immersing the unopened bottle in a bucket of hot water for 20 mins. Bottle is then retrieved and shaken well, cap removed and the solution is then to be splashed all over the target area. It is not to be applied if rain is forecast within the next 24 hours. The application must be allowed to dry naturally. An easy way to apply:
- Select organic material from your garden (or reclaim these from the mound) and place in a bucket (lid required)
- Splash in a generous amount of KBTS and with lid on shake to coat
- With a gloved hand *, remove tainted material from the bucket and redistribute over the garden and allow to dry naturally
To whom it may concern,
I arrived home from work one day and to my horror much of my back yard gardens had been turned into one large compost mound by one Bush Turkey.
I immediately googled Bush Turkeys, suggestions for ridding myself of a Bush Turkey were few and far between and I tried them all without luck.
I then recalled a chance meeting I had with Michael King and I recontacted Michael. He immediately sent me a bottle of Bush Turkey Solution and this was once I was convinced of its ingredients which fortunately are all natural.
I followed the simple instructions to prepare the solution which were leave in a sink of hot water for 20 minutes ; shake the bottle very well and apply evenly over the whole mound.
I applied in the morning by the time I arrived home that afternoon from work there was no sign of the Bush Turkey. To date I have never seen a Bush Turkey on our property again this was over six months ago since I applied this solution.
I strongly recommend the use of Kings Bush Turkey Solution : It's harmless to the Bush Turkey ; Harmless to human beings ; Strong odour only as the deterrent, although I could not smell from a distance greater than three metres from where I applied it ; Obviously the humane removal of the Bush Turkey.
For ages we had been driven mad by confounded scrub turkeys who uprooted new plants & constantly dug around the roots of others, leaving these plants exposed to the sun & death! Thanks to your fantastic solution the turkeys are now by-passing our gardens & we no longer have to do a daily turkey patrol to replant our garden. Your product has now been promoted to our neighbours & garden club.