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A newbies experience letting turkeys raise themselves.

 
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This is my first year letting the birds do thier own hatching of eggs and raising babies. Pardon my ignorance in some areas that you veterans will probably have known about forEVER but for me and my hubby it is brand new stuff! First year letting Mother Nature do her thing
 
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one of our two Narragansett hens is finally setting overnight. hoping the other will follow her lead. it's too bad the second hen has decided the best place for a nest is under a blackberry bush in a mud puddle...
 
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