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Old 09-23-2012, 08:36 PM   #11
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nothing better than free range poultry!
So very true. Not just the chickens but the eggs are exceptional, too.

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Geese can be a real pain in the ass to keep also. Worth it though they taste great.
My sister also raised geese. The difference was the geese didn't hunt you down like the turkeys did. We just knew to stay away from the geese and their nests/mates/goslings. You coudn't avoid the turkeys. Those bad birds would chase you down.
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If you want turkeys, come to where I work, we are eat up with them..........
Most are in supervisory positions.

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Old 09-23-2012, 11:57 PM   #13
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So here he is, that last turkey of ours.
Along with peas, beans, zuchinie and other stuff from the garden

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Old 09-24-2012, 12:11 AM   #14
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So here he is, that last turkey of ours.
Along with peas, beans, zuchinie and other stuff from the garden
That looks delicious.
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I had chicks for a while, but I accidentally sucked them up in the shop vac... Oh well.

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I had chicks for a while, but I accidentally sucked them up in the shop vac... Oh well.
Seriously?
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Yes, it was not my proudest moment, I was just vacuuming up some dust in their coop and up they went.
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Why is that funny as hell to me ? I think it is the way you phrased it Rusty. "Up they went"

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Why is that funny as hell to me ? I think it is the way you phrased it Rusty. "Up they went"
I had to break down and laugh at it after my 3 year old son stopped crying, it was kind of comical in a very weird sort of way.
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In the 70's, Upstate NY was nearly devoid of Wild Turkeys, that didnt bother me because I was a Pheasant/ Grouse hunter. Today the Turkeys are everywhere and not a Pheasant to be found! I dont hunt Turkeys with anything but my car! They are like flying Bowling Balls!

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