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Kentucky Color: Petty's Fork Bobcat
Huge animal trapped just south of Columbia Click on headline for full Kentucky Color plus more photosNext earlier Kentucky Color: How to spot Frost Flowers, review of what they are
By Billy Joe Fudge, Retired District Forester
Kentucky Division of Forestry
Herbert Turnercaught one huge Bobcat this week. He caught the Bobcat while trapping just a little over a mile from the Columbia city limits on Petty's Fork Creek in the Northern extremities of the Flatwoods.
Herbert Turner is also helping reduce the coyote populaton in Adair County with his trapping skills.
Herbert as usual was out at the break of dawn running his trap line. Herbert says that trapping is some of the hardest work he has ever done but "I'm happier doing this than anything I know and most of the cattle farmers are happy when I show up at their place".
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