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What should I sell them for?

Discussion in 'Turkeys' started by greeneggsandham, Sep 27, 2011.

  1. greeneggsandham

    greeneggsandham Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I've thought long and hard about this. With the cost of feed rising and rising I am going to have to cut back on somethings.

    I have decided to sell my Blue Slate turkeys. I have one tom and three hens. The tom and one hen are two years old and the other two hens are one year old. The three hens are great layers and two went broody very easy.

    So now the question is what should I ask for them? I have seen other heritage turkeys going anywhere from $20 to $75 a piece here in my area.
     
  2. A.T. Hagan

    A.T. Hagan Don't Panic

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    This varies strongly by region. What would be way too much in some parts would be reasonable or even cheap in other parts.

    Four purebred turkeys of prime breeding age and proven layers, if they represent their variety well, I'd ask for $175 here in Florida and be willing to dicker a bit.
     
  3. little blue

    little blue Chillin' with my Orps

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    when you decide what you want to sell them for pm me an i might buy them we have a all toms looking for some hens
     
  4. Egg Rookie 2010

    Egg Rookie 2010 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Well Ive been wondering this same question but to sell for MEAT....I want to get a few for next year for ourselves and raise a few extra. You can get a Butterball for 25 but it must cost a little farmer like me 50 at least. Any thoughts?
     

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