whats the biggest turkey you have ever seen? have you for example seen 1 as big as a moose? i...
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As big as a moose?
Of course not.
But, having lived on a farm, I have seen 40 pound birds, and larger, though they were the exception.
The 10 pounder, is a product of mass production.
I live in Texas, I'm a Texan-but early this year I lived in Seaside, California for a while. No joke, the honest truth is that there, next to the old Ft. Ord military base. . . .flocks of turkeys walk down the street like street gangs. I saw flocks of twenty large turkeys walking around like they owned the place. It made me hungry.
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