The turkey you eat this Christmas may have been sung to by an animal whisperer before it was slaughtered.
Elin William, 25, likes to perform low-pitched concerts and recite lullabies in front of the birds at Rhug Estate in Corwen, Wales.
The ‘turkey whisperer’ says it calms them down forward of their imminent deaths.
Ms William, creatively from Anglesey, said: ‘(Estate owner) Lord Newborough had the suspicion of me singing to them in the field.
‘At first we suspicion he was joking but motionless to give it a go and they desired it.
‘We try to satisfy as little highlight as probable on the animals so Lord Newborough motionless to continue with the music as partial of this.
‘It helps to keep them good and calm.’
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Ms William stays divided from Christmas songs since it’s not the biggest time for Turkeys and instead sings hits including, Kylie Minogue’s ‘I Just Can’t Get You Out of my Head’ and a Welsh chronicle of Hallelujah.
The birds apparently adore the music and show their appreciation by being really loud.
A video showed Ms William behaving in front of 1,000 Norfolk Bronze and Black turkeys as visitors watched on.
As good as the singing Rhug plantation has a few other bizarre methods it uses on its Turkeys.
Ms William added: ‘Every night when they are put into the sheds they are actually herded with a sheep dog.
‘It’s really utterly a steer and they are totally agreeable with the dog. They just don’t seem to mind at all.
The plantation has some-more than 1,000 turkeys, 300 geese, Aberdeen Angus cattle, furious bison and goats.