Sunday, June 9, 2013


Thanksgiving dinner has arrived. Well, not my Thanksgiving, but hopefully Thanksgiving for one more interested person. I have two of these babies sold. I hope that all three make it since I have no idea what to do with turkeys.

Right now they're in one of my chicken tractors which means I'm going to have to make another chicken tractor. The friend I got them from says hers tried to fly away when she let them out. I'd hoped that they would hang out like the geese do.

I guess we'll see. In the meantime, email me if you're interested in the third bird for your holiday. It will be cleaned and packaged just like the chickens. They may finish before November, in which case you may have to throw it in the freezer for a few weeks.


  1. Awwwwww Jakes not going to be happy about this! Lol (jakes is my pet turkey) but that's awesome your raising turkeys now too! What kind are they? The broad breasted bronze?

    1. Yeppers, B.B. Bronze. Does Jake stick around or try to get away? I'm still scared to let them forage outside of their tractor.

  2. Oh, neat! I'd love to have turkeys one day, but I'd like to get a heritage breed, particularly the Narragansett so we can breed, hatch, and raise our own. :) Blessings, Lauren :)