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OneMountainAcres

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Aurora...I always maintain you need at least three of each variety of fowl. If something should happen to one, the other isnt left alone. Thats the main reason I'd like a third turkey. Just waiting for a Mr. T baby! LOL!

Got that Ralphie? Waiting for a Mr. T baby. However, i did discover someone breeding golden Narragansett within driving distance. Tempting. Ralph, i could fly home from Minneapolis with a poult under the seat in front of me.....just saying.....

That's also my reasoning for possibly getting two tonight lol.

According to porter's calculator, I may be hatching some golden narragansett next spring also, depending on who is with who :)
 

memphis

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Yep Aurora...you definitely need at least two more duckies! Those golden Narragansett are just stunning. There are just way too many beautiful turkeys out there!!
 

cluckylady812

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This will sound crazy, but hang silver, reflective streamers in you yard. Think mylar balloons, a safety blanket cut into ribbons. A animal conservationist told my dad about this when a hawk nested in his tree. It really works. Hawks Dont like shiny fluttering objects.
 

memphis

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Annie is still sitting on air. Went back to see her & she hissed at me. But was more than willing to eat dinner & even let me pet her. Brat....
 

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