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The Blue Palm actually comes in two different color forms, Slate Blue Palm and a Self Blue (aka Lavender) Palm. One way to get 100% blue palms would be to breed a self blue palm tom to slate blue palm hens, or the opposite, slate blue palm tom to self blue palm hens, then only blue palms will result in both blue palm color types, with no royal palms being produced.

Royal Palm Turkey Poults available at Cackle Hatchery - Save with the Online Hatchery for Royal Palm Turkeys & Rare Breed Heritage Turkey Poults

vintage Steiff turkey "Tucky"

Vintage Steiff Tucky Turkey Mohair & Wool Felt Figurine Toy with Button & Tag NR

vintage Steiff turkey "Tucky": My mom gave me this little guy and I put it out every year. My maiden name is Tuck so his name is so appropriate.

Chicken egg cycle. I never knew it took 25 hours to create and lay an egg...learn something new every day.

The reproductive cycle of the chicken OR why you dont a rooster to lay an egg. (I love the last line: "If the rooster loves the chicken very much, he gives her a big hug.

Cold weather chickens – 8 things NOT to do to in winter!!...Personally, I think over-warming the coop should be #1 ~ the warmer the coop, the colder it seems outside & the harder it is to acclimate to that cold.  http://blog.mypetchicken.com/2012/11/16/cold-weather-chickens-8-things-not-to-do

Cold weather chickens – 8 things NOT to do to in winter

Cold weather chickens – 8 things NOT to do in winter! Personally, I think over-warming the coop should be ~ the warmer the coop, the colder it seems outside & the harder it is to acclimate to that cold.

male narragansett turkey - Google Search

Varieties of Turkey (Part I)

Narragansett turkeys which is the other breed we will be raising this spring.

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If I ever get chickens, I will have this!Beware of chickens they can be real pecker

Boredom Buster® Pecking Ring | Chicken Supplies | Poultry Equipment

Boredom Busters for Chickens tasty nibbles of wheat, seeds, fruit and molasses (hence you will find it is sticky to touch). Molasses were used in poultry feed in days gone by, and is said to help the hens digestion.

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