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# turkeys

Last year
Restriction zones in place as Avian Influenza confirmed in Monaghan turkey flock
A protection zone of 3km and a surveillance zone of 10km will be enforced by the Department of Agriculture
All time
Don't pour fats and oils from your Christmas turkey down sink due to fatberg risk, campaign urges
Irish Water said that thousands of fatbergs are cleared from the wastewater network each year.
From farm to plate: How your turkey has been looked after over the past 4 months
Ever wondered about the work that goes into getting that turkey on your plate?
Meet the (almost) 100-year-old farming granny who lives the simple life
Molly Brannigan – who turns 100 in two weeks – is the matriarch of Rodeen Meat and Poultry, and her no-frills attitude to life could teach us all a thing or two.
Have You Ordered The Turkey Yet Pic of the Day
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Column: I raise turkeys for Christmas. Here’s how it goes.
This is the busiest time of year for Ronan Byrne, who says months of work will pay off on people’s taste buds on December 25.
Betfair offers free turkeys for Budget Day
The betting company gave away petrol and Christmas trees in previous years, but this year it is giving away… turkeys.
Turkeys talk back to man, man loses all grip on reality
We’re not sure if he’s laughing or crying.
PICS: Turkey farm gets ready for Christmas
But one Bronze Turkey may be making his escape…
Column: It’s time to take the turkey off the Christmas table
The modern turkey is an unfortunate abomination, reduced by genetic selection to a sedentary, corpulent creature that cannot naturally reproduce.