Tribute to @memphis and her Lapper turkeys

Status
Not open for further replies.

R2elk

Magical, perfect creature
Premium Feather Member
Feb 24, 2013
29,028
132,909
1,611
Natrona County, Wyoming
My Coop

R2elk

Magical, perfect creature
Premium Feather Member
Feb 24, 2013
29,028
132,909
1,611
Natrona County, Wyoming
My Coop

R2elk

Magical, perfect creature
Premium Feather Member
Feb 24, 2013
29,028
132,909
1,611
Natrona County, Wyoming
My Coop

R2elk

Magical, perfect creature
Premium Feather Member
Feb 24, 2013
29,028
132,909
1,611
Natrona County, Wyoming
My Coop

R2elk

Magical, perfect creature
Premium Feather Member
Feb 24, 2013
29,028
132,909
1,611
Natrona County, Wyoming
My Coop

R2elk

Magical, perfect creature
Premium Feather Member
Feb 24, 2013
29,028
132,909
1,611
Natrona County, Wyoming
My Coop
Jan. 21, 2016 @memphis wrote

Feisty, currently I have 9 hens. Speckled Sussex, Barnvelder, & Australorp. They range in age from 7 years to 1 year. Some of my old girls are only producing a few eggs a week. So I'll add a few chicks this spring. Most likely Speckled Sussex. Those are my oldest girls.

And I have the two turkey hens. I'm still trying to decide if I will add another hen or a tom. Feedman has a blue palm I keep thinking about! I've only had the girls since July. I feel like I'm still learning. So I'm proceeding with caution. I don't want to get over my head. I'm concerned about only having the two girls. God forbid something happens to one. Then I'll end up with the remaining freaked out bird sleeping on my headboard!

https://www.backyardchickens.com/threads/a-century-of-turkey-talk-2000-2100.966414/post-16424027
 
Status
Not open for further replies.

New posts New threads Active threads

Top Bottom