Cleaning a turkey doesn’t have to involve a big mess or a lot of time.

Unless you want to keep the turkey for the taxidermist, it can be done in just a few minutes.

Field & Stream has an informative video to show you the steps to properly cleaning the next wild turkey you kill.

How to Clean a Wild Turkey

Cleaning a turkey is a cinch. With practice, you can get the breast, legs, and thighs ready for the table—and the beard, spurs, and fan ready for the wall—in just a few minutes. —Will Brantley, hunting editor #bugcountry #FSOsceolaHunt

Posted by Field & Stream on Wednesday, April 6, 2016

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