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    I got turkeys on sale today for .59 per lb... .... I butchered them up for boneless meat, I am wondering if the turkey drums would be ok for a recreational chew bone or are they too hard? I removed most of the meat from it, but it still has a fair bit.

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    I got 6 turkeys on sale for $0.49/lb . Spent about 3 hours cutting them all up. I'm planning to feed the whole drumstick. The bone is fairly soft, so a Dane should be able to crunch them up. I wouldn't think they'd last too long as a recreational bone.
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    • #3
      When he's not being a total diva Fergus eats the entire turkey. I doubt the legs would last more than 20 minutes as a recreational bone. I give meaty beef ribs for that.

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      • #4
        Depends on how big of a chewer you have... Duke isn't a big chewer, more of a destroyer of soft things. LMFAO

        But at any rate if you have a big chewer I wouldn't expect them to last long as others have stated
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          Apollo gets turkey drums frequently, and had them finished in about 6 or 7 minutes, and these suckers weigh 2 or 3 pounds sometimes. I love them [emoji4] easy meal for us.

          Wouldn't recommend for a rec chew, though, unless your fond of bone shards and bits getting everywhere.


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