Tuesday, November 16, 2010

For Your Turkey Viewing Pleasure....

I present to you the following programs....

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21 comments:

Tina said...

Turkeys doing what they do best....strutting their stuff!

Nancy said...

I can't get that close to our turkeys -- our bronze breasted has a lazer sight fixed to my forehead. What breed are these turkeys? Can't say I've seen them before. :)

Melodie said...

Nancy,
They are Bourbon Reds and they are just like dogs,follow us everywhere, and very gentle and tame!

texwisgirl said...

They are so handsome! Except for that wattle. Weird little attachment... :)

IsobelleGoLightly said...

My lady would love a turkey or two as a pet. Sheesh - I hope she doesn't put any down here in my boudoir!!!

Pricilla said...

The toms are something else. The poor hens look so sad in comparison

Texan said...

ohhh they are so handsome!!!! Ewww just so cool!

LindaG said...

Beautiful birds. Thanks for sharing. :)

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Those are the best 2 movies I've seen in a long time!! :-)

the wild magnolia said...

Fine looking turkey's you have there ma'am! I dearly loved the videos!

I must admit though, I was seeing the turkey lurkey's without their feathers, and roasted to a warm brown, ready for Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings! :)

Thank you for sharing!

Julia said...

Music to my ears. Ahwwww.

Jabacue said...

A very proud looking animal.
Jim

goatmilker said...

How cool! I love turkeys. I missed not having any this year. Thanks for sharing. Have a good night. Rebekah

Lin said...

You aren't going to eat them, are you?? :(

Kids and Canning Jars said...

For fun , thanks for sharing.
Melissa

Verde Farm said...

That is so neat. I just love to see them strut. I really want to get at turkey or two here :)
Amy

Feral Female said...

Ah cool! My hubby always liked the Bourbon Reds while I was partial to the Royal Palms. They are fun birds to watch. =)

Kelly said...

Bourbon Reds, huh? They're pretty-we'll have to consider that breed next spring. Where'd you get yours?

Melodie said...

Kelly,
The original ones came from McMurry hatchery.Some of those were born here on the farm!

Bobbi said...

Nice turkeys!

John Gray jgsheffield@hotmail.com said...

my stags cannot walk together without scrapping!!!
you must have intstilled them with good manners