60 pound turkey in Geauga County spared the ax
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#1 Nov 30, 2006
I think that that is a nice thing to be doing, because sometimes the turkeys need to do live, before they get extincted and then we cant have turkey for a thanksgiving dinner.
#2 Nov 26, 2009
What...? Are you serious Kathy... Turkeys are mostly raised on a farm. There is no sight in the future that the turkeys are going extinct.
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