The aim of this paper is to make known an extremely interesting archaeological assemblage, coming from the archaeological research carried out at the settlement of Șoimuș-La Avicola (Ferma 2) (Romania). The relevance of the study is also underlined by the fact that, until today, it is the only osseous assemblage published for Turdaș culture. It is numerically representative, with 901 pieces, among which 796 of bone, 94 of antler, 8 of tooth and 3 of valve. Within the bone pieces, our attention is drawn by the high standardization in the selection of the blanks, with a predominance of the Bos taurus ribs. In the same time, the techniques and procedures vary only a little within the groups, this fact allowing the identification of typological series. The recovery of all the products and sub-products resulted from the operational schemes of raw material transformation, and the analysis of the wear and technological traces, determined us to try to reconstruct a behavioral model concerning the modalities of raw material acquisition, the processing techniques and the activities developed with them, in other words the outlining of Șoimuș-La Avicola community’s economic and cultural features.