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Jenio Turkey Ham? #15343967 10/25/20
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I haven't seen any for years now. Any turkey ham.


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I buy those Jennie-O Fully Cooked Oven Roasted Turkey Breast’s all the time. I love em’. Their Fully Cooked Hickory Smoked Turkey Breast’s are great too.


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Re: Jenio Turkey Ham? [Re: wabigoon] #15344940 10/25/20
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I wish you could buy uncooked whole breasts at the store.

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I see frozen turkey breasts often Jim.


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I’ve got a Butterball Turkey Breast in the freezer now. It’s uncooked, but it ‘is’ boneless.


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Originally Posted by antlers
I’ve got a Butterball Turkey Breast in the freezer now. It’s uncooked, but it ‘is’ boneless.


Is it pressed or is it a whole muscle?

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Originally Posted by antlers
I’ve got a Butterball Turkey Breast in the freezer now. It’s uncooked, but it ‘is’ boneless.
Is it pressed or is it a whole muscle?
I wish it’d just been filleted right off the breastbone, but it is a perfectly shaped 3 pound boneless turkey breast roast...says “made with turkey breast meat” at the very bottom in letters so small that I had to put on my spectacles to read em’.


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Re: Jenio Turkey Ham? [Re: wabigoon] #15345162 10/25/20
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I'm told by a man with a large turkey barn, the turkeys they raise are much larger than what we buy.

The dark meat is exported, mostly to Mexico. I'm thinking the turkey ham is dark meat.


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Richard, I remember when turkey raising became a big thing around AC in the late 50s, the turkeys were bronze instead of white.


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They raised the birds outside then John.


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The man I talked about raising turkeys. Their barns raise the equal of 4000, 1200 pound steers a year.


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How well I remember! There are few pleasures to compare to getting whacked across the bridge of your nose by a turkey wing bone while stuffing the bird into a cage on a truck.


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I'm told loading turkeys, even with the conveyor belt loader is not a job for the feint of heart, or a weak back.


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The birds fit in the "least cost ration" well.


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Originally Posted by 5sdad

Richard, I remember when turkey raising became a big thing around AC in the late 50s, the turkeys were bronze instead of white.

We always raised the broad breasted bronze turkeys.


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Re: Jenio Turkey Ham? [Re: wabigoon] #15347239 10/26/20
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Bertil Blomstrom's outdoor flock was about a quarter mile from our house along the blacktop. If I had my bedroom window open at night, every time a vehicle drove by there would be a "Gooble-Gooble-Gooble" from the assembled multitude.


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In this part of Iowa, both the hog, and turkey barns are big business.


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I think that the turkeys used to pretty much wind up in Worthington - I imagine that they go all over the place these days.


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Villias/ Sara Lee/Hillshire/ Tyson/ , several name changes over the years.


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