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we got a big "un"
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t over this years thanksgiving feast now in the brine and we hope they will fit on the table the one in the tub is 48.6 pounds and the one in the bag is 20 pounds plus our other one we will be cooking is 38.4 pounds our big boy we gave to the meat cutter for processing our birds was 58.6 pounds we had no way to cook it and they had a way so we made a good trade and they just over 20 weeks old but feed well
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#2
You certainly did grow some big ones. Do you do this every year and how difficult are turkeys to raise?
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"I don't need a friend who changes when I change and who nods when I nod, my shadow does that much better."  Plutarch
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we do, this year all of our chicks surived we harvested them at 22 weeks once they get to about 4 weeks its a bit rough they require a lot of heat after that no problem thay were free range in our back yard we feed them a little bit of everything really not to hard to do
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Do you purchase your chicks?
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"I don't need a friend who changes when I change and who nods when I nod, my shadow does that much better."  Plutarch
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Yes we have tried several different places.
With about equal results
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