Breeding Norfolk Black Turkeys For Sale


Alnwick, Northumberland

Pet Description

We have several Norfolk Black stags and unrelated hens to sell. £50 per bird or £130 for a stag and two hens. Will come on to lay in about mid April. Located in Northumberland.

Advert Type:For Sale
Age:10 months, 5 days old
Pet Breed:Turkeys
Pet tags:Turkey For Sale

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