18-Acre Indiana Farm Gets ‘Makeover’

James Hamilton and his stepfather, Harland Cole, own a small, 18-acre farm in the intensively farmed portion of east central Indiana.   In recent years, they had noticed a few quail hanging on in small pockets of habitat along a nearby stream corridor, but none seemed to be present on their farm.

James and Harland had always wanted to create wildlife habitat on their farm so they could see more wildlife and have a place to hunt.  So, James and Harland contacted their Indiana Division of Fish and Wildlife (IDFW) District Wildlife Biologist for advice and guidance on practices and programs that could help make their wildlife goals a reality.

 

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