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Gobble up and talk turkey

The turkey named “Turduckin” sitting on 13-year-old Cameron Tyson’s shoulder is a proud resident of the 180-degree Farm in east Coweta County. Cameron was joined at the farm July 14 by friends and Peachtree City residents Nathan Ruck (L), age 21, and 14 year-old Alex Ruck. The 180-degree Farm is an all-organic, non-profit enterprise established by Nicole and Scott Tyson. As for Turduckin, he hung around with his buddies in the duck paddock for so long that the Tyson family gave up on trying to convince him that he’s not a duck. “He just keeps flying back in,” Scott said. For more information on the farm visit www.180degreefarm.org. Photo/Ben Nelms.

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