When will the turkey be here?
The turkey, which has been in the fridge for more than three months, was last seen in June.
The first images from the farm were released last week and the farm has since been surrounded by cameras.
The family had been moving the turkey, named Hamama, around the farm since late 2016.
Last year, the farm said it would be moving the bird from its temporary enclosure to a larger facility, but no date was given for that move.
Hamama has been an icon in the farm’s history, appearing in the first picture of the turkey in 2016.
The farm said last year it would no longer use turkeys in its meat production and would be selling the birds to other farms in the region.
(The Farm and the Farmlands) A farm in the south-west of B.C., where the turkey is believed to have been kept for six months.
The turkeys have been moved to a new facility for the first time since they were first seen in 2016 by family members.
The Farm and Farmlands said the bird had been in an enclosure for less than six months and had not been seen or heard from since July.
“The family is very thankful that Hamama is safe and well.
The time and energy spent by the family over the past six months has been well-deserved,” Farm and Farms Canada said in a statement.
(Farms Canada) The turkey was moved to the Farm and Fields farm in Burnaby, B.S., which produces and markets meat.
The company said it will sell the bird at a later date.
(Farm and Fields) In 2016, the family said they were moving the turkeys to a facility with the intention of moving the birds into the larger barn at the Farm And Fields farm, which is about 300 kilometres south of Vancouver.
That facility is now empty.
The Turkeys in Need project was launched last year with the aim of finding turkeys that are needed in B.T.C. by the end of 2020.
Since then, the program has brought in nearly 2,000 turkeys.
“As a result of the Turkeys In Need program, more than 1,000 animals have been brought to B.D.C.,” said Doug Stiles, a spokesman for the Turks in Need group.
“Since the start of this year, we have brought in 1,077 turkeys, and our efforts have brought the turkey population in British Columbia up to 1,200.”