This is actually about my turkeys. They live in the sheep barn but when they go broody they like to find random spots on the property to do it. One hen was missing and just emerged yesterday with 8 or so poults, probably a day or two old. Today I went to look for them and saw my dog interested in something. Ended up finding a trail of feathers and a very lift of what I'm guessing is the hen. All I found was what appears to be an esophagus and a couple patches of skin with feathers on them. I gave one of the chunks of skin/feathers a sniff and it didn't stink yet, so pretty fresh. Any chance the poults made it? At that age a coyote or fox(which is my prime suspect) would have been able to swallow them whole. Any tips for finding them if there's a chance? There's a lot of thick brush which I was digging through and there's a soybean field which if they went in there there's no chance of me finding them.