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Re: OT wildlife


Yes - yes, they will.  And I like it like that!
  Right now, I'd trade the twins in on some turkey eggs!
  

Pam Evans <gardenqueen@gmail.com> wrote:
  OMG - they'll be rotten like all the animals on the Bell farm. Too funny.

On 8/30/07, Jesse Bell wrote:
>
> I LOVE TURKEYS!! I'm going to order some eggs from Murry McMurray
> hatchery this fall and put them under my brooder chicken to hatch.
>
>
> Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:
> Just looked out the front window to see a stately procession of
> two adult and five juvenile turkeys progressing slowly through
> the driveway and around the house. Now they are moving
> slowly down the back hillside to the vegetable garden. I'd guess
> it is two "clutches" as two of the young seem smaller than the
> other three, and both adults are females.
> Of course deer are constant visitors, even coming up the front
> steps and going through the breezeway. The otters were back
> in the pond this week. Muskrats and groundhogs, to say nothing
> of raccoons, also live here, and we see an occasional turtle, but
> I think turkeys are the weirdest-looking beasts that we see. Even
> weirder than the occasional great blue heron.
> Auralie
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Kemp TX
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