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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Turkey Tuesday: Little Turkeys and Little Farmers

We got a new flock of 20,000 Wednesday morning.

Wednesday evening, Adam and I went out to introduce ourselves to the “little fellows.”

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I’m also guest posting over on Patrice’s blog today…Everyday Ruralty.  Come visit me there to learn even more about the farm!

8 comments:

  1. AWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!! How cute is that? Start 'em young and you have them for life :-)

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  2. Those photos are adorable!

    Little critters (and children) are so cute, innocent and fun!

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  3. Hi Katie, I'm visiting from Patrice's blog. I've no doubt you'll get loads of visitors - I loved the interview. I love, too, the photos here. What a cutie! And how lovely to be able to have them growing up on a farm. What a privilege.

    I'll now have to follow you, cos you 'caught' me.... I now want to know more! More about turkeys, more about the farm, more about the To-do list.... you got me!
    Love, Anne (in Scotland.... I'm I your furthest-away follower!)

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  4. How precious-your little boy is adorable and you can see he is a happy little fella with his turkeys too. So glad I found you :) Wanted you to know tha tI host a blog party on Friday’s called Farm Friend Friday where anyone can link up a post about farm living --we would love for you to join us:)

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  5. Hey there! Poppin' over from Everyday Ruralty! Great Interview - Pat did one on me last week and it's great to meet other "newbie" farm wives! Especially one who's life mirrors my own in a lot of ways. Boys on the farm are a hoot, aren't they? I have 2 myself (so far!) and there's no place I'd rather raise 'em!

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  6. big congrats on being featured on Everday Ruralty. They couldnt' have picked a better blogger!!! :) The poults are adroable and so is your son.

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