Sometimes the season of hope can feel like the season of too much to do. When the days start to warm, and the snow is all gone, ideas conceived over a warm cup of coffee can seem daunting, when the real work begins. One of the first signs of true spring here is the end… Continue reading Embracing the Spring
So many times on the homestead projects are born from necessity. When we want to plant a new crop, or raise a new animal, there is always an investment to make. Sometimes its as simple as a trellis for beans, other times its an 8’x8′ turkey coop. This project was born several months ago when we were at the feed store. There were chick order forms laying on the checkout counter. We took a quick look and to our surprise they also offered turkey poults. (baby turkeys)
We had been interested in trying to raise our own turkeys for the the holidays, but shipping was always an issue, so this was a golden opportunity for us. We did some research after placing the order and found out that the turkeys would need a separate area because disease can be passed from chickens to turkeys.
When we began designing our turkey’s…
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