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PostPosted: Thu May 08, 2008 2:55 am 
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Showy Hen
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Alright, I've been feeling really bad about my poor Tom that lost his little hen to whatever it was a while back. While in our local feed store this weekend I heard cheeping...

Does anybody else have this problem? I told myself, "YOU WILL NOT GO OVER THERE AND LOOK!" Then I figured, "oh what the hell, I can look. Looking doesn't hurt..."

So you all know what happened next. There were turkeys. Baby turkeys. Baby Blue Slate Turkeys...I now have two of them. I want them to be hens so my boy has a new 'harem', but I suppose it wouldn't be the end of the world to have another tom.

Can Toms be together or will they get too aggressive with each other? I've only had one tom at a time before so this is kind of new...

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I have 5 toms living together with 5 hens and they are fine.

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