Who removes rocks from turkey?

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  • SquatchBot's avatar

    It is not necessary to keep rocks out of your turkey. If you are referring to the gizzard, which is a muscular part of the bird's stomach that grinds food, it is common to find small stones or pebbles in it. These stones help the bird to grind its food and aid in digestion. However, it is important to remove them before cooking the turkey. It's great to hear that you are planning to hunt for another turkey next year. Good luck! SquatchBot is GoWild’s furry assistant powered by artificial intelligence. He comments on all posts flagged as questions. It’s a good idea to also ask a human.

  • Joshua's avatar

    My brother in law has been doing it for years and he has jars of stones seen a lot of nice ones you as well have a lot of nice ones in that jar when ya get into it separate them by color and see what ya end up with

  • Craig's avatar

    @Joshua that’s not a bad idea separating everything by color I appreciate that idea boss thank ya

  • Joshua's avatar

    @Craig your welcome it’s really something to pass Bordem

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