POINTS IN TURKEY RAISING No Other Fowl So Interesting or So Helpless as Young Poult Feeding Feed-ing of Much Importance. There is no fowl so interesting or so unable to care for Itself as the young turkey the first ten days or two weeks of its life. The young turkeys must be kept very warm and dry, but not where the fresh air and sunshine will be excluded, writes Mrs. J. J. England In the Prairie Farmer. Keep them in a roomy pen for ten days at least, with a floored box or coop for a roosting roost-ing place. It is better to have a gcif-erous gcif-erous supply of straw in the coop as they will keep warmer through cdv" nights and damp days. I find the turkey tur-key hen cares better for the young turkey tur-key than a foster mother or chicken hen. She is more thoughtful and watchful and can care for them so much longer than the chicken hen. The secret in turkey raising is keeping them warm and dry and feeding then generously for the first two weeks. For the first few feeds give them hard boiled eggs with a little black pepper, with fresh water in very shallow shal-low pans. After the first few feeds make corn meal loaf by mixing with, sour milk, soda, and a large tablespoon of ginger to three pints of milk, add three eggs. Mix in thin dough and' bake well. Feed this with curds or "cottago cheese" well peppered for two weeks, then small grain may be fed. Keep the shells of the boiled eggs crumbled fine in the open so they will" have free access to them. Charcoal la very good to mix with the shells. Ginger Gin-ger acts as a stimulant to the young turkey and prevents them from becoming becom-ing weak. If the turkeys get thoroughly thorough-ly chilled they W'ill be subject to chill cholera or disentary. A few drops of boiled sweet milk with a small pinch of ginger if given every half hour will save the turkeys after they have become be-come too weak to care for food. Remember Re-member they should be fed every two A Profitable Type. hours the first week. They eat a very small amount at a time and are off for a ramble around the pen. They must be well fed the first two weeks three times a day, then as they grow older, morning and evening will ba sufficient.