Aerial view of how we move our chickens. The circle on the right is where the chickens were (you can see how they have eaten a lot of the grass there), and the circle on the left is where they are moving to. They happily run into the new paddock to get fresh grass and bugs.
We call this the Turk-Mahal. Turkeys love to roost high up.
Aerial view of how we move our turkeys. You can see the lighter circles are where the turkeys have been. Turkeys eat a lot of grass.
Another view of how we move our chickens. It is hard to believe, but there are 1000 chickens in this picture. They were scared of the drone, so they hid under the wagons. This is the same thing they do when hawks come around.
Heritage breed Large Black Hog. This little girl will be a breeder for us in the future. Like all the other animals on our farm, we move the pigs from paddock to paddock. We move them along tree lines to keep down unwanted brush, and to aid in the creation of silvopasture.
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