I got hubby hook, line, and sinker!

bkvail

Songster
10 Years
Mar 9, 2009
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We've had the baby turkeys (4 BBB) and 2 chicks (possibly EE's) in the basement in the brooder for almost a week now - and hubby said last night, ''they must be lonely down there, you should bring them up here''. Sucker! I had my shoes and coat on before he could take it back, hehe. they are now in the brooder in my kitchen
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I'm going to change the litter everyday so that nobody complains about them being stinky so they can stay up here. Those little turkeys are trying to fly out already! They are sure growing FAST! It's shocking to see more feathers every day! Anyhow, just thought I'd share my luck that hubby is hooked too!
 

Dar

Crowing
11 Years
Jul 31, 2008
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thats how mine started to a year ago now On Saturday we are going to a poultry auction and I am not sure who is more excited me or him lol
 

Guitartists

Resistance is futile
11 Years
Mar 21, 2008
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Michigan
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Good for you! Wish I had that kind of luck LOL Hubby did agree that I could use the basement instead of the garage...... but I wish I could at least have the ducks upstairs so I can spend more time with them
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Enjoy your birdies
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