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Miss Victoria has new insight on Wild Turkey management

News from Miss Victoria's Pampered Angus Ranch, with valuable scientific information on Animal Intelligence.

Victoria Pike writes:
Seems the wild turkeys got word via Columbia Magazine that their poop was not appreciated in the girls specially constructed concrete feed troughs by Michael Mitchum. They have not been seen for two days. Nothing against wild life but when they infringe on the girls' right to their clean tasty mix specially made for them by the Day family, then they need to move on. Glad even the wild turkeys must be reading Columbia Magazine. I always enjoy my visits to the Farmers Market 2 and am so happy that the feeding the kids program is back up and running. A big thank you to those who have made that possible. Will have more updates soon from the Pampered Angus Farm on the new baby calves arriving almost daily. And of course, pictures of the prized babies. - Victoria Pike
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