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Originally Posted by WVduckchick View Post

I think everyone is just busier this time of year, that's all. hu.gif
For sure I feel guilty sometimes but I really get busy....then when I'm not busy I'm getting busy.....then there's the ball games.....Dave?....I don't know....summertime blues I guess
post #39212 of 39854
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Ok class, today's lesson is learning how to peck for food big_smile.png


That picture is so cute!!
The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing - Edmund Burke
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post #39213 of 39854
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Ac is out at your place

He works 14 hr days, comes home and passes out... it's not toughness, he's adept at avoidance... gig.gif

Heck, go ask the peanut gallery yourself... big_smile.pngwink.png
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Anyone need turkey eggs from my project birds?  75% of them are big or very big.  The others are normal heritage sizes.  Sweet and colorful.  Best for someone who can love them and eat them, as many will grow nearly as big as a broad breasted and a very small percentage may have too much of the "big" gene and need to be processed early.  Most of the big ones are Oregon Gray, Dark Gray, White or Bronze due to the genetics of my flock.  Smaller ones tend to be Red Bronze, Narragansett, or unique color blends.

 

Some of the eggs are now two weeks old and need to be set soon.  I have 23 on hand.

Walnut Hill Farm

Ayam Cemani and Oregon Gray/Dark Gray turkeys

 

Incubating in a vintage GQF 1402 cabinet

 

Life is short...live and love.

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Walnut Hill Farm

Ayam Cemani and Oregon Gray/Dark Gray turkeys

 

Incubating in a vintage GQF 1402 cabinet

 

Life is short...live and love.

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post #39215 of 39854
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Originally Posted by FridayYet View Post

That picture is so cute!!

Thanks! Do you see the vicious jealous broody watching from the right? She wants eggs too but I don't think she is committed yet. But I think this might do it for her. Watching from the other side of the fence. lol.png
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post #39216 of 39854
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Originally Posted by WalnutHill View Post

Anyone need turkey eggs from my project birds?  75% of them are big or very big.  The others are normal heritage sizes.  Sweet and colorful.  Best for someone who can love them and eat them, as many will grow nearly as big as a broad breasted and a very small percentage may have too much of the "big" gene and need to be processed early.  Most of the big ones are Oregon Gray, Dark Gray, White or Bronze due to the genetics of my flock.  Smaller ones tend to be Red Bronze, Narragansett, or unique color blends.

Some of the eggs are now two weeks old and need to be set soon.  I have 23 on hand.
A year from now I would jump at this....right now I am not set up for incubation. That is this winters project
post #39217 of 39854
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Originally Posted by WalnutHill View Post

Anyone need turkey eggs from my project birds?  75% of them are big or very big.  The others are normal heritage sizes.  Sweet and colorful.  Best for someone who can love them and eat them, as many will grow nearly as big as a broad breasted and a very small percentage may have too much of the "big" gene and need to be processed early.  Most of the big ones are Oregon Gray, Dark Gray, White or Bronze due to the genetics of my flock.  Smaller ones tend to be Red Bronze, Narragansett, or unique color blends.

Some of the eggs are now two weeks old and need to be set soon.  I have 23 on hand.

My camp neighbor set some turkey eggs, but all except one was clear. I will check and see if she would like some.

But dont hold them for me if she doesn't get back to me. smile.png
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post #39218 of 39854
I've got a broody too, but need to get out the cage and break her tomorrow. It's too hot to sit in the nest box all day and no matter what, the golf ball won't hatch.
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post #39219 of 39854
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Originally Posted by WalnutHill View Post

Anyone need turkey eggs from my project birds?  75% of them are big or very big.  The others are normal heritage sizes.  Sweet and colorful.  Best for someone who can love them and eat them, as many will grow nearly as big as a broad breasted and a very small percentage may have too much of the "big" gene and need to be processed early.  Most of the big ones are Oregon Gray, Dark Gray, White or Bronze due to the genetics of my flock.  Smaller ones tend to be Red Bronze, Narragansett, or unique color blends.

Some of the eggs are now two weeks old and need to be set soon.  I have 23 on hand.

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Originally Posted by WVduckchick View Post

My camp neighbor set some turkey eggs, but all except one was clear. I will check and see if she would like some.

But dont hold them for me if she doesn't get back to me. smile.png

My fault. She has cochins in the incubator now, so can't do the turkeys somad.gif
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post #39220 of 39854
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Originally Posted by FridayYet View Post

I've got a broody too, but need to get out the cage and break her tomorrow. It's too hot to sit in the nest box all day and no matter what, the golf ball won't hatch.

gig.gif baby golf balls?

ETA ping pong balls? Lol
Edited by WVduckchick - 6/1/16 at 4:54pm
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