A couple of turkey poults have found new homes and I am so grateful for chef hubby who has been helping keep all 60+ fowl save and sound.
He even met a guy at Panda Express in town to hand off some of the turkey babies I was selling. The buyer text me and said “I am here but I can’t reach your husband”. I literally had a one minute break to call my husband and check to make sure he was still meeting the guy and had the turkeys. My amazing husband had put the turkeys in the car and was carrying them around in the off chance he got a hold of the guy to meet up.
I can just picture it now. My 6’4 husband in his big SUV with these tiny little babies trying to meet with someone for drop off at a Panda Express and his wife calls barking at him to make sure he was “fulfilling the drop off”. Oh, gosh! The things I ask of this man. 💛
He. Is. So. Good.
And his fowl duties, I am going to call them that from here on out because he could care less if we have birds or not and I am sure it’s not a “fun chore” -like I think it is, are just beginning. Today he has to get the incubator in lock down for hatch. Goodness help him. I am off to call and coach him through it.
Playing along for #turkeysnoodsunday with @5rfarmoregon 💛💛💛 at New Mexico
Happy #TurkeySnoodSunday Hope y'all enjoy your Easter weekend!
We have seven different #HeritageTurkey breeds on the farm. Each breed stands out for different reasons. But out of those seven, these are my new obsession.
The Beltsville Small Whites.
🚨Currently sitting on the #CriticallyEndangered list, they need our help to survive. at Colton, Oregon
1 month ago
It's #turkeysnoodsunday, but I don't have a turkey. I have a Dude? I guess he kinda looks like a turkey? I mean, He's got the long neck? I'm playing along with @5rfarmoregon. Or at least I'm trying.🤔🤷♀️😂🐓