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A Turkey Trivia question; the owner of a turkey farm gives his birds an item everyday. Some people consume this same item. The o

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  • jhjimbo
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    I saw a bear in a dump sitting on his A## with a guy holding a long neck for it to drink out of. It drank the whole thing.

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  • country road
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    I bet you could attract a whole Bigfoot family with free beer!

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  • M.A.T
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    I saw a billy goat that loved beer.

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  • Woods Walker
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    I recently read the article about the beer drinking turkeys in our local paper - astounding. I wonder if this would work for wild turkeys as well - might make some old toms a little more tender and edible......

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  • RJ Arena
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    Drank his beer!

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  • Gary Devine
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    Turkey Joke;

    A man buys a parrot, only to have it constantly insult him. He tries everything to make the parrot stop, but nothing works. Frustrated, the man puts the parrot in the freezer. After a few minutes the insults stop. The man thinks he might have killed the parrot, so he opens the freezer and takes the parrot out. The parrot is shivering. It stammers, “S-s-sorry for being r-r-rude. Please f-f-forgive me.” Then, after a moment, the parrot softly asks, “W-w-what exactly d-d-did the turkey do?”

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  • Treestand
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    Me Too.

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  • jhjimbo
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    I was going to guess a few ounces of Bud.

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  • Gary Devine
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    When I read this story in the newspaper I couldn’t believe it.

    Live4bowhunting and others, you’re correct!
    It must have been the national news across this country because most of you know.
    Turkeys love Beer at this turkey farm in New Hampshire.
    Check out the link below its called Gobble, Gobble Burp.


    www.washingtonpost.com/business/gobble-gobble-burp-nh-turkey-farmer-says-feeding-birds-beer-leads-to-better-flavor-size/2013/11/08/6ce4fc08-4845-11e3-95a9-3f15b5618ba8_story.html

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  • 99explorer
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    I would guess some kind of fish.
    I think turkeys have the highest conversion ratio for turning grain into meat, something like 2:1, or two pounds of grain yields one pound of turkey meat.

    (Or two pounds of caviar converts to one pound of turkey meat. Yikes!)

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  • E.J.H
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    Liquid smoke or maybe beer or malted barley/ hops

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  • E.J.H
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    Liquid smoke or maybe beer

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  • ALJoe
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    I'd say beer. Sure has made me fatter.

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  • Live4Bowhunting
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    Beer, the cheaper the better like Milwaukee's Best Light

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  • Ontario Honker Hunter
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    Pornography. Don't know about fatter but it's sure to make them spicy!

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