BOISE -- It's a tradition like no other, but it's for a good cause the Eagle Firefighters
Every year the annual Rocky Mountain Oyster feed has been a different month than July, but they decided to move it this year and the turnout was great.
This event combined with Eagle Fun Days will surely provide enough donations, so that volunteer firefighters can continue to train.
So why bull testicles though?
"It's been a tradition for a long time, well before I was a volunteer with the department, that they started doing the Rocky Mountain Oyster feed," said Event Coordinator Kolby Kerbs. "It's a very large tradition. You will be amazed at the amount of people who like this event and like to come out to this event."
If you are curious what they taste like, some say it's much like finger steaks.