Will Our Turkey Raise a Chicken Chick?!?! 

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In today's Family Farm Vlog, Ruby our pet turkey, hatched out a chicken chick, but will she actually care for the chicks as if it's her own?
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Broccoli Salad Recipe:
5-6 cups broccoli florets
1 cup sharp cheddar cheese shredded
2/3 cup dried cranberries
1/2 cup crumbled bacon
1/2 cup salted sunflower seeds
1/3 cup red onion diced into small pieces

3/4 cup mayo
1/4 cup sour cream
1 1/2 Tablespoon white wine vinegar
3 Tablespoons sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
Combine broccoli, cheese, cranberries, bacon, sunflower seeds, and onion in a large bowl.
In a separate, small bowl, whisk together mayo, sour cream, vinegar, sugar, salt, and pepper until smooth and well-combined.
Pour dressing over broccoli combination and toss or stir well.
Broccoli salad may be served immediately, but for best flavor refrigerate for at least one hour before serving.
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Jason, Brooke, MaryCarl, Peaches, & Nugget
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Debra Bradish
Debra Bradish 2 days ago
What’s written on y’all’s flags around the veggie garden??
April Hall
April Hall 3 days ago
Wow, that broccoli was big and beautiful. I also am jealous of all the rows of colourful carrots you have. Your supper looked delish :)
Francis Lambert
Francis Lambert 9 days ago
You ate some of the feed?!?...that'sa FARM GIRL Love It! Peace : )
Daniel Rodrigues
Daniel Rodrigues 11 days ago
Judy Jackson
Judy Jackson 11 days ago
I always put the date on eggs so I would know when I got them. House eggs I kept in basket on cabinet and used according to date. They last three weeks easily. My turkeys and geese would peep at me while in shell when I talked to them..I loved it. I so enjoy watching you 3 interacting with all your animals,
SunnySlope Homestead
What a hoot lol
Suburban Chicks
Suburban Chicks 11 days ago
Adorable love it
Debbie Bragg
Debbie Bragg 12 days ago
M G 12 days ago
Enjoying watching your farm family grow. Would love to see the ducks swimming in your sm river. It's really relaxing to watch them do what they do best, (swim). Great job!
Candy Sloan
Candy Sloan 12 days ago
I recently found your channel and it is delightful. Brings a smile to our family. That's amazing farm you have. Thank you for your content, very much enjoying it God bless. Looking forward to many more videos.
Mar Camp
Mar Camp 12 days ago
What a testament to love/nature inn action. Your turkey mama/chick baby is awesome. I’m thinking they’re mirroring back the love they experience from you folks! Awesome!!❤️
Jaditelady173 Mary
Jaditelady173 Mary 12 days ago
Carrots are my favorite vegetable. I could tear that patch up. But you can keep them collard greens. I will eat me some spinach though.
Faith Family Homestead
Are the peppers on a heat mat? They really like the soil temp to be like 70... Also spicy peppers takes longer to germinate and are slower to grow... You can always add more pepper seeds to the original trays you have already and if they all germinate you can Seperate them or choose your best ones... Peppers are so slow to grow I would hate for you to wait a whole month before starting new ones!!
jo johnson
jo johnson 12 days ago
I have a question. How much feed is a grown chicken suppose to have daily? I heard it was1/3 a pound.
TheDeborilla 12 days ago
Y'all inspired me...I sprouted some Delicata Squash seeds! Hee Haw!
Sumana T. K. Cyrah
Sumana T. K. Cyrah 12 days ago
You remind me so much of Sandra Bullock with your talk and all. She's one of my favorite movie stars.
Donna Turnboo
Donna Turnboo 12 days ago
Yes she will, mine did and razed 3 chicks, one a rooster is still a ma ma' s boy a year later.
Juanita Fields
Juanita Fields 12 days ago
You need to hook nugget up to that wagon!!
Larry Parish
Larry Parish 12 days ago
I use my feed bags for paper trash inside that I burn in my burn barrel.
Elizabeth Donnelly
Elizabeth Donnelly 12 days ago
Love your channel! Please feel free to check out my homestead here in Ohio!
Kade Sprouse
Kade Sprouse 13 days ago
Emus are very cold hardy they live in the negatives
Diane Slattery
Diane Slattery 13 days ago
Love your property well maintained
John Cspine
John Cspine 13 days ago
Call or email your reps and senators to restore live shipments of chicks! The usps got behind, so they decided to embargo live shipments for a week, really messing up all the hatcheries, so, tell them regular packages can wait, baby chicks can’t!
Suzyq Smith
Suzyq Smith 13 days ago
So did I miss it? When did the new white UTV arrive???
Skrtskit 13 days ago
Kim Murphy
Kim Murphy 13 days ago
The worms 🐛 are gonna make those veggies huge! 😁
Miss Dee
Miss Dee 13 days ago
Something else you can give your worms is grit. They need grit like chickens do. But chicken grit won’t work for the worms. I rinse out my egg shells as I use them, let they dry, and then I give them a blast in the blender so the worms Can digest their food easier. Worms don’t have teeth but they do have gizzards, which is where their food gets ground up. Happy to see you have a worm bin. Love your channel ❤️
Dee Thompson
Dee Thompson 13 days ago
This is so sweet.
Julie Howell
Julie Howell 13 days ago
It took my pepper plants around a month to germinate last year. I thought the seed was bad. This year I will try to have more patience.
Carey Family
Carey Family 13 days ago
If you advertise your feed bag, people will take them off your hand to make bags out of.
Leanne Knebel
Leanne Knebel 14 days ago
Hi just wanted to say I sure enjoyed watching this video and all your many animals. I’m going to backtrack and see if I can discover how in the world a Turkey became a mother of a chick? Lol!🙏🏻🥰🇨🇦
Trooper Taylor
Trooper Taylor 14 days ago
Just ordered my seeds from Hoss and am super excited to try the free yellow zucchini! ❤️❤️❤️
Sally Chandler
Sally Chandler 14 days ago
You don’t eat any of your animals, do you? That’s an awful lot of animals for a hobby farm.
Rhonda Albrecht
Rhonda Albrecht 14 days ago
Dang, be careful, that avocado MAY start to root!
Daniel Dani
Daniel Dani 14 days ago
I have a female turkey and i put under 40 chiken eggs an in 3 weeks appeared my babys
Donna Watson
Donna Watson 14 days ago
Hello and good morning from Coastal Georgia! I have been watching your videos back to back all night. Insomnia is not nice, but I’m so thankful for wholesome channels like yours. I was wondering if you had seen the channel WHITE HOUSE ON THE HIL? This is their link us-first.info/player/video/eLGWe26DcWWJqaM.html I’ve also shared your channel with them. They are a family with emus! I have been watching their channel also although I recently found their homestead. It popped up one night and I have really enjoyed it. So much so that I wanted you to visit their channel and get to know them. They also hatch eggs, and have a beautiful calendar that includes their favorite pictures from around their farm. Here is another video that I really want you and your family to watch. us-first.info/player/video/bL-qiqegiIx-nok.html Hello to Brooke and MaryCarl! Have a lovely day! Be well. Be warm. Be safe.
Reap What You Seaux
Good to see y’all we did the did the same with the broccoli it was Awesome
Dorcas Watson
Dorcas Watson 14 days ago
Hello folks 👋. I am contacting you from Australia. I am been watching all of your vlogs. It love all of your animals and particularly Marycarl's inate knowledge of the birds. I am been wondering if Nugget is a male or actually a female. These birds have role reversal in many areas from colour and size to raising the babies. I don't know if you have had nugget from a chick with the light and dark stripes? If you have, do you know if he had a bullseye on his head? If so he is a boy. If it's lines it's a girl and partial circles are an it. Yes emus have 3 genders. Here is a link that you may like to check out. www.redoakfarm.com/how_do_we_tell_them_apart.htm Blessings to you all. 🙏❤️
All House Records
All House Records 14 days ago
You don't have your chickens and goats on DEEP BEDDING so you can get free compost?
Kelly Jo Evans
Kelly Jo Evans 14 days ago
My grandma had a few birds that always set well so you never knew what eggs she had them laying on. Her only rule was not to put "dry" birds under a "wet" bird. The ducks and geese never hatched chickens, turkeys and such.
Tiffany Young
Tiffany Young 14 days ago
sheabaum20 14 days ago
My gracious MaryCarl
Rebecca Burns
Rebecca Burns 14 days ago
Yes and a chicken will raise a turkey 😀
Terry Carson
Terry Carson 14 days ago
Great looking dinner!
roger mcneil
roger mcneil 14 days ago
Jason you are a lucky man . Mrs Coghlan is a foxy lady with an awesome smile
steve shoemaker
steve shoemaker 14 days ago
Thanks yu'all's again...!
Elzenia Allison
Elzenia Allison 14 days ago
Do you use gmo free corn?
Tommie Lou Rogers
Tommie Lou Rogers 14 days ago
Be sure that y’all drink the pot liquor from those collard greens and any other greens that you cook. Scientists have found that there are phytonutrients in the pot liquor from cooked greens that prevents and also treats high blood pressure. One of the chemicals is called Potassium Citrate. In the past when most people raised their own food and ate lots of leafy greens high blood pressure was rare but since the migration to the cities and the changes in diet we have had an epidemic of high blood pressure and heart diseases. Now they know that those phytonutrients and Potassium Citrate only comes from leafy green foods. It can’t be manufactured from any other sources. So enjoy!!!
BRIDGETT Covell 14 days ago
I've got to try that casserole. Stay warm!
Randell Henderson
Randell Henderson 14 days ago
Your food storage barrel's how about rats chewing holes in them to get to the feed
Debra Beam
Debra Beam 14 days ago
Turkey and a chick, so cute💖
Vineyard Chicks
Vineyard Chicks 14 days ago
Thank you for answering the question about the lids and about the pickle barrels!
yolanda I'm great
yolanda I'm great 14 days ago
I love kale salad. I going to try collared greens salad one day.
Susan Askue
Susan Askue 14 days ago
Just another day on the farm and loving it!! Y'all keep up the good work and for sure I'll be watching. God bless!!
james adams
james adams 15 days ago
My wife told me about your channel and I thanked her. You guys are interesting and informative. We just bought a 71 year old farmhouse in Snead Al. And your tips and ideas will come in handy when we finish redoing it. Keep up the good work.
Randell Henderson
Randell Henderson 15 days ago
Where do you get your feed from we a farm and only 1/4 of the number of animals that you guys have and spend about 400.00 a month on feed. Unfortunately we have to many predators to let our birds free range.
Wily Cat
Wily Cat 15 days ago
Nice video. Beautiful birds & goats you have 🐔 🐤 🐓 🦃 🦆🐐
Karen Boyett
Karen Boyett 15 days ago
Peaches is the boss lady, she delegates all the work. Smart lady
BrainStormAcres 15 days ago
Jason and family - you’ve made a LOT of improvements to your place. Wish we could get a little of your rain here on our place in Northern Arizona.
Linda Williams
Linda Williams 15 days ago
Despite the cold in SC my cabbage and collards are still being eaten away by bugs
Andrew Littlefield
Andrew Littlefield 15 days ago
Y’all got content to shoot the moment y’all walked outside 👍🏻
Andrew Littlefield
Andrew Littlefield 15 days ago
Hey Jason I was watching the new video then an ad came up , I skipped it then it put me in the middle of your last video 🧐
Pamela Skwat
Pamela Skwat 15 days ago
Well this is interesting but I think the cats and would ever need attention to so
Pamela Skwat
Pamela Skwat 15 days ago
You know your cat was sitting right by you did you see that
Cog Hill Family Farm
The cats get lots of attention, just remember you only see 20 minutes of a 10 hour day but I will try to rem to put us petting the cats in vids 👍
Lisa Davis
Lisa Davis 15 days ago
I had trouble sprouting peppers until I used a heat mat. It takes a. Long time for them to come up too.
Cog Hill Family Farm
Yes ours are on a heat mat as well 👍👍👍
mandy vincent
mandy vincent 15 days ago
I have never had collard greens before, what is a great southern recipe for collard greens? I am NOT worried about calories or such. Lol
Not There Yet Homestead
Your garden always looks so gorgeous!! Those broccoli leaves would be going onto my soup also!! Stir fry the leaves sounds good too!! I hope I can do that well when I can get a full size garden!!
robyn mize
robyn mize 15 days ago
Coghill side business.... "Ruby and Rhonda Day Care for Chicks!" How adorable. Weed 'em and Reap have a broody turkey that LOVES to sit on other "Peeples" eggs too. Nature is always fascinating and entertaining.
Ruth Christianson
Ruth Christianson 15 days ago
Nugget is amazing!
nguyen lam
nguyen lam 15 days ago
Hi sir. I come from Vietnamese (asian). That great if your videos have lyrics. I watched them to learn english
Julia Shepherd
Julia Shepherd 15 days ago
They are beautiful but small heads of broc. Once cut do they regrow?
Scott Brown
Scott Brown 15 days ago
Look on internet for them barbells try a sire call farmers market bulletin. There all kinds .
Scott Brown
Scott Brown 15 days ago
Barbell should say barrels
Dorota Lenartowska
Dorota Lenartowska 15 days ago
Yummie vegetables.
Ohskelily Wurarah
Ohskelily Wurarah 15 days ago
Janet Withers
Janet Withers 15 days ago
So funny the little chicken riding the turkey momma. The Broccoli salad looked soooo good. I am going to write those ingredients down. Stay warm and dry. 💖💐💝
Connie Monroe
Connie Monroe 15 days ago
That broccoli salad looked delicious, thank you for the recipe.
Betty Dant
Betty Dant 15 days ago
Need to call that turkey with the chick, Big Mama”!
Robert Dunn
Robert Dunn 15 days ago
hey guys my pea chicks hatched this morning I had 8 eggs but only 3 hatched but that is OK. oh and you forgot the quial
Terra Ranch
Terra Ranch 15 days ago
What a beautiful meal! I am also glad you let us know how much the feed costs is. I was going to ask. Hugs❤️
Carol Young
Carol Young 15 days ago
Love. Xx
Blessed Creations
Blessed Creations 15 days ago
What up Cog Squad.
Margi Mackowski-Seif
Ruby could be a mascot for Wendy's Dave Thomas's foundation . They advocate for adoption.
Rosemarie Garrison
Rosemarie Garrison 15 days ago
I watched a vet that calms her pot belly pigs with a fork if I did not see it I would not have believed it . I guess it like scratching them put it calms them. Amazing
mdd ora
mdd ora 15 days ago
You should get nugget a girl friend 😉
Jenn's Adventures
Jenn's Adventures 15 days ago
Love Nugget approved window screen on the brooder house.
LLjean 2857
LLjean 2857 15 days ago
Nugget likes his Polar Plunge!! Very healthy! The turkey with the chicken reminds me of the children's book " Are You My Mother?"! You could always germinate your pepper seeds(or any other seeds) between moistened paper towels, and then put them in dirt after they germinate in the paper towels!! You just disturbed Nuggets decorating scheme!! I'm surprised Big Joe has not tried to jump out of the goat pen! Peaches is stealthy while she makes her rounds checking out if her EMPLOYEES are doing their jobs to her satisfaction!! Broccoli gets sweeter when cold weather comes, even some ice! Your veggies look delicious and yes, don't forget the corn bread!! Dinner was top shelf! God Bless!
Sally Bruska
Sally Bruska 15 days ago
Your broccoli salad looked very good. Was that bacon you added?
Beth Marcom
Beth Marcom 15 days ago
Jason, I'm new to vegetable gardening. Your broccoli is just beautiful! When you cut the broccoli heads but leave the plants, do they continue to head up? Thanks!
cathy amerine
cathy amerine 15 days ago
Off subject,after watching y’all and checking out Hoss tools,dang brother! Checked them out,thought way out of my price range,however,think we are going full Hoss. I’m from Ga. originally from farmers,trying to get back,they just make sense. Gonna ease into it,but they sound like my Uncle’s. They just talk my talk. Thanks
Shannon Dixson
Shannon Dixson 15 days ago
Waiting on the cookbook plz. Luv the cog hill farm and family 🥰
Anne Dale Homestead in the Colony
I love watching the farm animals. I’m learning about planting too! ❤️🥰👒
Dennis Mott
Dennis Mott 15 days ago
Broccoli cream soup is fantastic on a cold day too!!!!
Morgan's Happy Place
You have such a well ran farm! Its a beautiful place to visit even online!! God bless
Kindafoggy 15 days ago
Those feed bags would make into some cute bunting triangles for a country party. Or maybe a scare'em away bunting around your garden. Probably wouldn't be as quiet as the prayer flags but they're every bit as bright and wouldn't fade. Or make them and put them on Etsy!
Sherane Wright
Sherane Wright 15 days ago
Sitting back once again watching your upload, I myself live in Australia and never seen before Emu loving water,so adorable. Plus get a great laugh out of watching Nugget running around your perimeter. Thankyou for the great entertainment Family Gog Hill,cheers from SA🇦🇺👍
Geoff Cox
Geoff Cox 15 days ago
Question your worm tea do you water the tea-down a little before you put on garden?
Lana K. from New Mexico
What a beautiful and healthy fresh dinner!! Take care, stay warm, and safe. God bless y'all!! ❤️❤️🙏🙏🤗🤗
Tracy Bruring
Tracy Bruring 15 days ago
pretty impressive february harvest
Ron Haworth
Ron Haworth 15 days ago
Good crop of broccoli.
Karen Works
Karen Works 15 days ago
What a great supper ..YUM😋 You sure have such a sweet momma turkey. My husband was loving your garden...our garden is covered with 10-12 in. of snow here in Indiana. Spring can't come soon enough🌷
MIKE THOMAS 15 days ago
Peaches is looking alot like a girlfriend i had in highschool😂
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