Need to rehome my royal palms

robyn1976

In the Brooder
8 Years
Aug 31, 2011
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Doylestown
I have 2 royal palms I have a tom and not sure what the other is! I need to find a home for them! I don't have the time to take care of them, I want them to go where they will be pets they are so sweet and friendly! they love to follow us around and will sit on your arm. if interested let me know thank you
 

ColbyNTX

Songster
10 Years
May 2, 2009
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Woods, TX
I will take them! I live in East Texas, will you deliver?
They will be easy to get rid of but we do need to know at least what state you live. Craigslist can also sell them quickly.
 

chicmom

Dances with Chickens
10 Years
Feb 24, 2009
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Strasburg Ohio
Hi Robyn. How much do you want for them, and also, how old are they? Do you know if they're hens or toms?

Sharon
 

robyn1976

In the Brooder
8 Years
Aug 31, 2011
35
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Doylestown
Hi Sharon I think they are 9 weeks or so! I know one is a Tom and the other not so sure! They are sooo sweet!Ithink we are going to try to keep them! I will let you know though!
 

chicmom

Dances with Chickens
10 Years
Feb 24, 2009
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Strasburg Ohio
I PM'd you, and I do think you'll feel bad if you're going to re-home them. As far as the blackhead, in our area, there hasn't been a problem with that. A breeder here from Ohio told me to raise my turkey poults (chicks) with regular chicks, and that's what I did. I've had no problems.

I just love mine!

So glad you want to keep them! Share some pics when you're able!
 

Denninmi

Songster
10 Years
Jul 26, 2009
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I'm going to rehome mine this weekend...to the freezer. Feed goes up, literally, a dollar a bag each month here. They were fun to grow, fun to watch, but at a bag a week, just too expensive to justify. $19 bucks now for the 22% turkey pellets that were $14 then $15 earlier this year.
 

Lady Marion

In the Brooder
12 Years
Oct 24, 2007
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Feed is so expensive, I have been feeding my turkeys cottage cheese I make from goat milk. At least we have plenty of kudzu and other browse for the goats, and the cheese is high protein. I figured I would be feeding a pig excess milk if we had a pig, why not feed the turkeys the excess? Ends up being a lot cheaper than just straight turkey pellets.
 
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