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New Jersey homeowners say aggressive turkeys are terrorizing community

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3 minutes ago, fishnut said:

You would not believe how many people are terrified of wildlife. 

I don't want to.  I'm trying to maintain my bubble for another 22 months.  Then it's up to Maine where a Turkey can roam free without ridicule.  

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50 minutes ago, BobA said:

I don't want to.  I'm trying to maintain my bubble for another 22 months.  Then it's up to Maine where a Turkey can roam free without ridicule.  

Bar harbor right? 

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Yeah but I wanna go a little deeper in the woods but still be about 30 mins from civilization and a hospital. Also Holden is too expensive. The whole Bangor area is growing too quick for me and turning blue. 

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28 minutes ago, dilbert1967 said:

Bangor is a nice town.  I was there on business four years ago during the summer.  Strange watching the sun appearing at 4:30am though.

Bangor is meh. Or it was 20 years ago when I lived there. It did have the only mall within two hours, though. (I remember making it from Bar Harbor to the movies at the mall in 40 minutes in August). 
 

and there are aggressive turkeys in Maine. Most of them are transplant from Mass though. 

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5 minutes ago, voyager9 said:

Most of them are transplant from Mass though. 

Yeah. They’re calling southern Maine western mass. It’s getting contaminated. If you drove through now you wouldn’t believe it. And the Bangor mall has been bought by a church group in hopes of keeping it out of bankruptcy. Did you live in Acadia?

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21 minutes ago, BobA said:

I heard they’re pretty fatty. 

 

22 minutes ago, diamondd817 said:

Are these turkeys edible? If so, I think I have a solution. Just sayin.

Wild turkey is allot better than farm raised in my opinion 

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5 minutes ago, voyager9 said:

Vaguely. Driven by it a million times but that’s it. 

My son married a girl from Ellsworth last October.  Her Grandfather owns that farm. That’s where we had the wedding. Small world. 

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6 minutes ago, diamondd817 said:

But seriously, can you harvest these turkeys? Legally?

 

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Brine overnight 

fosters keg can

Their is also trash can turkey. Brine overnight. 
rule of 3’s

3’ spike 

3 sq feet of aluminum foil

30# of briquettes 

30 gallon steel trash can

foil down, spike in ground, turkey on spike. Cover with can. Dump briquettes on top and around. 
When the fire is out , turkey is done dude.

( I have not tried this yet, a client told me about it, soooo, you first)

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17 minutes ago, Zeke said:

If there is one thing you’ll never run out of, it’s mom’s basement.

Don’t be jealous. All the non-crockpot meatloaf I can eat. 

Just now, Displaced Texan said:

These people in Toms River are missing an opportunity for a free thanksgiving turkey...

Toms River:  where the cars fly higher than the turkeys. 

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