Nov 2003 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Northeast Connecticut In Litchfield, The Advocate brought the attention of readers to the damage wild turkeys are doing to area grape growers. Sherman Haight, who opened the state's first commercial vineyard in 1978, told the paper 20 percent of his crop has been destroyed by the turkeys, a loss of about $10,000. "For the last two years, grape growers in Connecticut have asked state lawmakers for a law allowing them to thin their resident flocks if necessary, but the legislature doesn't seem int...
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