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ID:	31635 Got a 22 lb. turkey for 49 cents per lb. at Krogers

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    Good Job!

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      #3
      Does that say imitation turkey??? Just kidding, quite a bit cheaper than my .79 birds. I miss turkey during the year so I picked up a half dozen of em to have throughout the year.

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      • DWCowles
        DWCowles commented
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        John I haven't cook a turkey on the Lang yet so I'm going back to Krogers and get three more to smoke at Christmas.

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      Great score DWC, cheapest I've found is .79 too John. I know little about buying turkeys so when I seen them for 1.19, cheaper than the average whole chicken price, I thought was a good deal. Almost picked one up. I want to try one on the Yoder.

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      • DWCowles
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        Thanks Huskee, I'm going back for more so I can fire the Lang up at Christmas

      #5
      There hitting .59 around here. I will fill any dead space in the freezer I got. That's a great score for sure.

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        #6
        Sheesh nice deal! I paid $2.49 a lb (ordered a fresh one though).

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        • jholmgren
          jholmgren commented
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          The farm down the road from me has pasture-raised birds for $3.00/lb.
          Although I would like to try one, I wonder if it would really be that much"better" than the .79/lb super-birds at the local grocery store when smoked.
          I'm torn - part of me wants to help support a local farmer, the other part of me is a cheapskate.

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