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This Morning between 8am-9am on AM 1140 someone is going to WIN  a Fresh, Free Range, Never Frozen

Turkey from Hirsche Fraser Meats in Okotoks, it might as well be you.  Take these hints and listen to WIN


  1. When Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin sat down to eat their first meal on the moon, their foil food packets contained roasted turkey and all of the trimmings.
  2. While it’s possible the Pilgrims ate wild turkey during their feast, researchers don’t think they were a common food at the time. More likely venison was the main meat, and was accompanied by pheasant, goose and duck — and possibly even some pigeon and swan.
  3. The wild turkey is native to northern Mexico and the eastern United States.
  4. Turkey feathers were used to stabilize arrows and adorn Native American ceremonial dress, and the spurs on the legs of wild tom turkeys were used as projectiles on arrowheads.

Keep these hints handy and call 404-652-3333 to play Terrific Turkey Trivia on AM 1140 between 8am-9am this morning.



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