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Turkey

A losing investment.
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Turkey

Informal; a bad investment.
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turkey

An investment that has performed poorly.
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The Europe turkey meat products market is likely to exhibit the highest CAGR over the forecast period, due mainly to the growing awareness about the high nutritional content of turkeys.
Of course, being the kind of person who has to see everything for herself (and not believing everything I read on the internet), this made me even more interested in turkeys. About a year after getting our first chickens, we bought some day-old turkeys: 10 Midget Whites and 15 Narragansetts.
About 150 yards in Vic begins wide circles in a kind of walking point to show me all the bird scratching and to ensure all the turkeys have left the area.
-- Two Sundays before Thanksgiving, my farming partner and I brought a live turkey in a burlap sack to our urban farm on the outskirts of Portland.
A three-note call that lasts about two seconds, sometimes followed by a yelp, it is the call of lost, young turkeys. Pretend you're a lost young turkey, and when an older tom--which have a protective sense toward their kind--comes near--shoot.
Best Christmas Traditional Product: * Aldi Ashfield Farm Medium British Turkey * Morrisons Whole British Turkey (unbasted) * Lines Turkeys Fresh Lincolnshire Turkey.
A fall turkey dog is bred to find turkeys and bust up the flock by running into the flock, separating its members and forcing the turkeys to fly.
A survey commissioned by the NFU quizzing people about their Christmas eating habits and turkey knowledge found people in the West Midlands were most likely to have tucked into frozen turkey on Christmas Day, compared to Londoners who were the most likely to have eaten fresh turkeys.
Almost 3,200 game farm turkeys were released during the program, but the farm-raised wild turkeys weren't wild enough to survive on their own.
What are Heritage turkeys? e American Poultry Association (APA) has recognized for each breed of poultry just as the American Kennel Club has standards for each breed of dogs.