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Sometimes a very little and insignificant model can make me very happy Wink

For instance a couple of week ago when I got the chickens for the older turkeys from Bullyland Very Happy

The hen looks like she is not quite sure if they are her family tongue
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But she decides to present them to mr Turkey anyway Laughing
Hmmm, I think he needs glasses scratch
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I do not know if they are rare, but they were very hard to find, because they look so much like the chickens from the hens..and same style as the older ducklings Suspect
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For good order`s sake, - here are the very funny, newer turkeys drunken
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Here the whole little flock of turblies, as far as I know study
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Sorry if this is a tiny, little thing for a subject Embarassed
But I am so happy to have found them geek Wink

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Very very nice!! Big congratulations!! cheers cheers cheers

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I noticed that turkey hens are not as numerous as turkey males in the toy market; so, maybe it's not that an insignificant model after all.
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Susanne, I'm a little ignorant with birds: Chicks of chickens are chicks; of ducks, ducklins; of swans, cygnets; of eagles, eaglets, of harriers, Harriets, and from turkeys... do you know? study geek Laughing

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@Bowhead Whale wrote:
I noticed that turkey hens are not as numerous as turkey males in the toy market; so, maybe it's not that an insignificant model after all.

Thankyou very much flower
You are right, we do not see models of turkey hens very often, - I didn´t think about that cheers

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Susanne, I'm a little ignorant with birds: Chicks of chickens are chicks; of ducks, ducklins; of swans, cygnets; of eagles, eaglets, of harriers, Harriets, and from turkeys... do you know? study geek Laughing

scratch I Danish we call them Kalkunkyllinger, - turkey chickens Wink

If i translate directly, hens have chickens, ducks have ducklings, and swans have swan-youngs scratch Laughing

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@SUSANNE wrote:
@Roger wrote:
Susanne, I'm a little ignorant with birds: Chicks of chickens are chicks; of ducks, ducklins; of swans, cygnets; of eagles, eaglets, of harriers, Harriets, and from turkeys... do you know? study geek Laughing

scratch I Danish we call them Kalkunkyllinger, - turkey chickens Wink

If i translate directly, hens have chickens, ducks have ducklings, and swans have swan-youngs scratch Laughing

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Susanne, I was kidding, I think turkey chicks are called poults! My doubt is if if a harrier chick is called Harriet? Laughing I love you
...and I almost forgot to say congratulations for finding your new poultry additions! flower

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Crogerbert, you are so wonderfully crocco-crazy cheers Laughing Laughing

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@Roger wrote:
@SUSANNE wrote:
@Roger wrote:
Susanne, I'm a little ignorant with birds: Chicks of chickens are chicks; of ducks, ducklins; of swans, cygnets; of eagles, eaglets, of harriers, Harriets, and from turkeys... do you know? study geek Laughing

scratch I Danish we call them Kalkunkyllinger, - turkey chickens Wink

If i translate directly, hens have chickens, ducks have ducklings, and swans have swan-youngs scratch Laughing

Laughing Laughing Laughing
Susanne, I was kidding, I think turkey chicks are called poults! My doubt is if if a harrier chick is called Harriet? Laughing I love you
...and I almost forgot to say congratulations for finding your new poultry additions! flower
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Congratulations Susanne cheers

Roger is right Turkey young are called "poults".

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@SUSANNE wrote:
Crogerbert, you are so wonderfully crocco-crazy cheers Laughing Laughing

Thanks Susanne! flower Now I'm only a little confuse, if I am crazy why Harriet tooke me so seriously? silent affraid Wink
By the way and again a little off topic, it is interesting to see that in Danish the name of the turkey is related to Calcutta in India, that in several languages its name translates to India chicken and even French chicken! What a Face Curious because Turkey is the name of a country and in Portuguese language it is called Peru, a name of other country! study
See here in Wikipedia! flower

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...and in German "Truthahn", which is a very funny word in Danish Laughing

It translates into something like "A rooster that sounds like a trumpet" geek Very Happy

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Congrats Susanne!!
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Congrats Susanne!

We have turkey chicks at work, and we have to put them in with the baby chickens on the first day because the chickens teach the turkeys how to eat!

At least that's what I'm told...

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