Titus Kiptoo

In the Brooder
Mar 8, 2020
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The experience and knowledge shared in this Place is invaluable. Though I have not been a member, I have read very useful information from this place for a long time. I keep Turkeys and Guinea Fowls, I only recently started keeping Geese. Once my Geese had started laying I gave the eggs To my Turkey and she hatched out some beautiful Goslings. I am expecting some more Goslings this week from another Turkey. Hope this will help someone somewhere.
Thanks
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Left Spur

Chirping
Nov 3, 2019
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So everybody keeping turkey as an incubator, theres lot variation of eggs hathced by turkey, i just watch that turkey hatch a peachick video, now it was a gosling, i wanna know whats the limit of this bird, can she handle casowary or ostrich eggs?
 

Titus Kiptoo

In the Brooder
Mar 8, 2020
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So everybody keeping turkey as an incubator, theres lot variation of eggs hathced by turkey, i just watch that turkey hatch a peachick video, now it was a gosling, i wanna know whats the limit of this bird, can she handle casowary or ostrich eggs?
I really Trust Turkeys when it comes to hatching and raising birds. I have used them to hatch and Raise Chicks and Keets.
 

Left Spur

Chirping
Nov 3, 2019
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Btw how long do you think your turkey-gosling relation will last, i mean there will be a day they will be separated right, maybe your gosling will get dehidrated or your turkey will submerged.
 

Left Spur

Chirping
Nov 3, 2019
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I really Trust Turkeys when it comes to hatching and raising birds. I have used them to hatch and Raise Chicks and Keets.
How about the chick, i never really try it, my hen just like a jerk, maybe if i keep a turkey it will be better.
 

Titus Kiptoo

In the Brooder
Mar 8, 2020
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Btw how long do you think your turkey-gosling relation will last, i mean there will be a day they will be separated right, maybe your gosling will get dehidrated or your turkey will submerged.
That stream of water is where they spend most of the time. Not too deep to sink the Turkey and the Goslings can swim and hydrate themselves. The Turkey gets in on occasion and picks a dragon fly or two
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