At this farm, turkeys range far and wide

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At this farm, turkeys range far and wide

Birds roam 37-acre property in Hesperus
Timothy Prow holds a frozen turkey that he and his wife, Laura, and son, Nate, 3, raised on North Mountain Farm south of Hesperus. The Prows butchered about 20 turkeys this fall. The turkey chicks arrive at the farm in May or June, then spend the summer free-ranging on the Prows’ 37-acre farm before harvest time.
Laura Prow feeds chickens as her husband, Timothy, and her guard dog, Jeff, look on at their farm about 12 miles southwest of Durango. Laura Prow says Jeff protects all the livestock on the farm, including free-ranging turkeys, from a host of predators.
Laura Prow feeds sheep and goats at North Mountain Farm. Prow said she and her husband, Timothy, raise a variety of livestock, as well as tend a garden and an orchard, with the hopes of instituting a permaculture education center.

At this farm, turkeys range far and wide

Timothy Prow holds a frozen turkey that he and his wife, Laura, and son, Nate, 3, raised on North Mountain Farm south of Hesperus. The Prows butchered about 20 turkeys this fall. The turkey chicks arrive at the farm in May or June, then spend the summer free-ranging on the Prows’ 37-acre farm before harvest time.
Laura Prow feeds chickens as her husband, Timothy, and her guard dog, Jeff, look on at their farm about 12 miles southwest of Durango. Laura Prow says Jeff protects all the livestock on the farm, including free-ranging turkeys, from a host of predators.
Laura Prow feeds sheep and goats at North Mountain Farm. Prow said she and her husband, Timothy, raise a variety of livestock, as well as tend a garden and an orchard, with the hopes of instituting a permaculture education center.
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