We have a lacking turkey population on our property east of Scottville, MI. What are the most proven ways to improve turkey habitat? Our soil is incredibly sandy, and I have been reading that many people overlook the need for grit. The only rocks that exist near our property are on the road. I am looking at frost seeding a small clover plot for the spring season, but am wondering if there is anything else I can do to help boost the population in my area. I have no clue where they roost, but am 90% sure it's not on our property, although we do have some very mature white oaks. If grit will help, how do you disperse? There are quite a few coyotes in the area, but our property is fairly open, so I don't think that would be too much of a concern. Any guidance would be great, as this will be my first year turkey hunting this property.