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Yes she was mounted and stuffed a lot, according to history. Disclosure: This is conjecture on my part, as I never mounted her.

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I know many people keep chickens in cities. I don't know about turkeys. I expect the same restrictions would apply. You need to find out the codes in your city, like calling animal control and finding out what you have to do to legally keep them.
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No.That 4 pelets of 00 buck would blow that turkey in half.That shot shell is make for geese.But the switch to all steel shot so you can't use that on anything.Save it for Zombies.

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The BHG stands for Better Homes and Gardens. Hope that helps.

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You can cook anything in a crock-pot as long as it will fit...the meat will fall off the bones!

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It isn't hard to make them in your kitchen, hon. Get out a saucepan, chop up onions how you like them, melt a tablespoon of butter or margarine, and let them cook until they are nice and brown. Form ground turkey into whatever size patties you like, roll some onions and cheese inside, then fry ...