Three Narraganset, one Bronze, one Black, hatched in April. These poults are the size of their mamas now, and are heritage-type birds, i.e., they are wily and can fly, so you would need a covered pen…Continue
"That's unfortunate. I was raised in a rural environment and we butchered chickens and turkeys for food. Although it's not something I enjoy, it's a quick alternative to an expensive vet visit. My avatar is a picture of…"
"Any vet with a small animal practice will do it. I had an older turkey hen recently that was injured and couldn't walk so I set her in a dog crate for a few days on my back patio -- hospice I thought. She is now up and around and looking good a…"
"I live in the far South Valley; the raccoons roll through here in the fall, raiding my grape vines and compost. Have had a skunk problem all summer, no turkey hatch as the eggs have disappeared one at a time."
"If you have any interest in some Naragansetts or some Lilac toms, let me know.
My flock runneth over and I have too many other things going right now to get some of these guys into the freezer.
"If anybody is looking for some young Narragansett toms let me know and I can take some to the Edgewood swap. They are from last year's hatch, so they will continue to fill out this summer and fall. They are not like a broad-breasted bird, they…"