Producing Turkeys for Show

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
May 4, 2022
Price
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Overview

Turkey projects are popular with 4-H and FFA members. This publication is the perfect guide to produce turkeys for show.

Producing turkeys for show is a popular project with 4-H and FFA. Many communities have market turkey contests in livestock shows. Youth are also able to take their turkey projects to Houston and San Antonio Livestock Shows. This publication will guide you through the steps of producing turkeys for show including:Purchasing PoultsHousingPreparation & broodingLightingFeedingFlock HealthCullingHandling & transporting(4 pages)

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