Good luck. I know how it feels to lose a "honey hole". In KS, there was a parcel where I killed 7 birds over several seasons sitting under the same Cottonwood Tree. The landowner tripled the size of his Black Angus beef herd and they grazed out all the nesting cover. The hens left for new nesting grounds and the toms went with them.
It was fun while it lasted. I respect the owner's land because it's his way of making a living, but he sure put a crimp in my hunting for a while. Luckily, I was able to find some new ground. I learned a very important lesson. Take nothing for granted, appreciate the time you have in a productive area, and last, but not least, YOU CAN NEVER HAVE TOO MUCH GROUND TO HUNT!!!! Hope the Lord brings you new places to hunt and good fortune.
"Chasin' gobblers has a lot in common with dealing with a wife, 'bout the time ya' think ya' got 'em figured out, they change the rules!!!"