LOL...thanks but I think you would have to arm wrestle the DH for her, and if you get past him you would then have to talk to Mindy!
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For those of use that love our turkeys: http://www.businessinsider.com/heres-why-americans-dont-eat-turkey-eggs-2015-11
I'm currently medicating our turkeys so we can't eat the eggs for a while. What to do with all those nice turkey eggs . . .
Many people won't eat duck eggs, either. I just write it off as odd Americans. I've never eaten turkey eggs, but see no reason not to, if you aren't hatching them.
We eat them sometimes, but mostly sell them to a neighbor who loves them and pays extra for them when we have them.
Since I can't eat these, I might as well do a "test hatch". Those turkey poults are so fun to tame I won't be sorry if a few do hatch.
But really, I'm just testing the fertility, I'm not addicted at all.
Oh, and BTW,
I got these now. Both wethers. Ten week old. Leonard and Sheldon.
They are cuties.... but really look like they could have a big brother, an alpaca (Raj) would be great for that!
Had the offer of two, no housing space or I'd have them already, lol.
My ducks are only about a month older than my chickens. All born this past spring. The ducks blew up yesterday. The chickens are still the same feather here and there you see any other time. I am wondering if my girls are going to explode yet this year, or wait until next year?
@Fisherlady, have the hatch mates of my girls begun to molt?