I being a " do as I say and not as I do" person would use the chains or long ropes and yank like He double hockey sticks with a truck/tractor etc..
But a smart guy would wait for someone to be there. Crap always goes wrong when alone on those deals.
I have some pictures of the Turkey house. I had to add more roosts today. 32 linear feet was not enough for 20 spoiled turkeys. I now have 56 linear feet of roosts. I had to add a tie latch to the inside of the door. I had figured the little bit I would be in there, they would be outside in the run. I was wrong. They were in the run, until they heard me in the house, then they had to all come in and visit. So I added a tie latch.
They inspected the work some tried the new roosts. Some just watched me. Ethel of course stood next to me and quacked about her problems. She is such an old hen!
As I said redneck construction. I am hoping the blue tarp on the back and the clear plastic on the front will give me a little solar heating.
The above 2 I am trying to show the flow through I have for air as to not have too much moisture inside the house.
Above a turkey watches me closely as I work to make sure it is done to her satisfaction.
This is the pass through entry from the guinea gulag to the turkey house. It is clear plastic over netting on the other side.
Inside the turkey house from the Gulag entry.
Turkeyu eye view back towards the Gulag entry.
The turkey feeder. The partial barrel on top the feeder is there to keep the turkeys from sitting on the feeder and pooping in the feed.