Fire kills 7000 turkeys on Massachusetts farm

A stable glow during a Massachusetts turkey plantation killed 7,000 immature birds, harmful a company’s intensity Thanksgiving business, plantation officials pronounced Thursday.

Bob’s Turkey Farm posted on Facebook that a turkeys killed were between a ages of one day and 3 weeks.

“We spend day in and day out feeding, watering, nurturing and flourishing these animals and to contend we are jolted by a detriment of so many lives is not enough,” a company, formed in Lancaster, Massachusetts, said.

The poults, as a immature turkeys are called, have special needs, including feverishness and special feed to survive, a plantation said, that is because there were so many in one barn. About 2,600 had only hatched Thursday morning.

The turkeys were to be sole during a Thanksgiving season, plantation workers said.

CNN associate WHDH reported a barn, that was built in 1957, was as large as a football field.

Chief Michael Hanson of a Lancaster Fire Department told a Boston-based hire that his firefighters primarily strong on safeguarding dual other barns with turkeys in them. He told CNN associate WCVB a glow was too large for a H2O they had in their trucks.

“I don’t know how we’ll recover. we don’t know what’s going to happen,” pronounced Susan Miner, who runs a company’s sell store.

The means of a glow was different as of Thursday night, according to CNN affiliates.

The company’s website says there were about 10,000 turkeys during a plantation in Lancaster, and 3,000 during a plantation in Ashburnham. The family-owned business was started in 1954.

No people were harmed in a fire.

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