Watch this shocking video warning farmers not to use certain words in front of their ‘holiday’ birds…
Oh my gracious, that is hysterical!! Thanks for a great Tuesday morning laugh! Have you ever considered comedy?
Awesome – I was watching it at work and had to repeat the video to show a colleague because I was giggling so much! Shades of the opening scenes in the Temple Grandin clip from the other day, except it didn’t turn out so well 🙂
It was watching the Temple Grandin video that reminded me we had shot some silly footage of me lying around under the turkeys (as one does) earlier in the season but I had never got around to doing anything with it… Glad you enjoyed it!
That is funny. We have wild turkeys that attack our cars. Does that count?
Absolutely! One year we had a pack of wild peacocks start attacking shiny bumpers and mirrors. It was so bad everyone on the street had to drape their vehicles in bed sheets!
Thanks for stopping by!
Our turkey-Tom– has many thoughts. He is one smart bird!
¸.•*¨*•♪♫♫♪HAPPY NEW YEAR ♪♫•*¨*•.¸¸♥
I had no idea it was so bad–I know my chickens get angry about the words “stuffing” and “Sunday dinner.” Turkeys have developed an intelligence beyond… 😉
I love this!
Yeah … It’s scary. People should not underestimate their poultry…
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If you are looking for the original Dark Creek Farm blog posts, I've left them over at the old blog rather than doing a cut and paste marathon.
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