My Backyard Poultry
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This is my backyard Turkey farming, they are hybrid and i bought them at 8weeks old.    
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#2
Good job. It is better to start small and grow from there.
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(02-09-2016, 08:25 PM)Henlus Wrote: Good job. It is better to start small and grow from there.

Thank you sir, my turkeys are having avian pox, can you recommend a vaccine that i could apply that will work fast on them.
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#4
Check vet stores around you. You should have given it to them long time ago. Hybrid turkeys need to be vaccinated against a lot of diseases.
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(02-10-2016, 10:30 AM)Henlus Wrote: Check vet stores around you. You  should have given it to them long time ago. Hybrid turkeys need to be vaccinated against a lot of diseases.

The seller told me he has already vaccinated them and what i only need is antibiotic which i bought Neo-Dox and am still giving them intermittently.
Please, can you prescribe some vaccines i could get for them as well.
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#6
I don't know much about turkeys for now. In chickens, one of the drugs I give against fowl pox is neoceryl plus.
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(02-11-2016, 05:04 PM)eluquenson Wrote: The seller told me he has already vaccinated them and what i only need is antibiotic which i bought Neo-Dox and am still giving them intermittently.
Please, can you prescribe some vaccines i could get for them as well.

Did the seller told you the vaccines he's given?
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(02-14-2016, 07:51 PM)Hilux Wrote: Did the seller told you the vaccines he's given?

No, he only told me he has completed the vaccinations and i only need antibiotics for them, i bought Pox Treat last saturday and also a liquid treatment which i have started mixing in their drinking water, i hope it works as the pox is spreading gradually.
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#9
You shud have asked him the vaccinatn he gave. Anyway, let's hope it work. Are u sure the cage will contain them? Small space is where disease spread fast.
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(02-01-2016, 12:17 PM)eluquenson Wrote: This is my backyard Turkey farming, they are hybrid and i bought them at 8weeks old.

Ur turkeys are sooo cute. Where did u buy dem and how much ?
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#11
Hi, great that you have started a turkey poultry just right from your backyard! This is exactly I wanted in our small farm. I hope, i would be able to know more tips about how to start to raise any farm animals.
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(02-25-2016, 12:58 PM)Ada Wrote: Ur turkeys are sooo cute. Where did u buy dem and how much ?
I bought them from Foltem Inv, at Ibadan and each one goes for 1,200
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(03-07-2016, 06:14 AM)Milk_Bone Wrote: Hi, great that you have started a turkey poultry just right from your backyard! This is exactly I wanted in our small farm. I hope, i would be able to know more tips about how to start to raise any farm animals.

It's quite interesting, you are free to go ahead.
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#14
good article you have here
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#15
Great job. Keep it up
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#16
Op how did it went?
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