Shop Turkey Poults



  • Email/Text/Phone updates.
  • Sign In, Track your hatch weeks.

Pre-Order and Save.

The common names used for the number or type of turkey changes depending on the age or sex of the animal. For example, male turkeys are called toms, female turkeys are called hens, baby turkeys are called poults and a group of turkeys is called a flock.

Turkeys are large birds related to pheasants. They lived almost 10 million years ago.  Some say related to the T-Rex dinosour. Wild turkeys are native to wooded areas of North America. Turkeys are the only breed of poultry native to the Western Hemisphere. They were first domesticated in Mexico and brought to Europe in the 16th century.

Available: March+



 Turkeys are intelligent and sensitive animals that are highly social. They create lasting social bonds with each other and are very affectionate; rather similar to dogs.

1 - 8 of 8 items
Sort By:
Black Spanish Turkey Blue Slate Turkey Bourbon Red Turkey
Black Spanish TurkeyBlue Slate TurkeyBourbon Red Turkey

The Black , sometimes referred to as the Black Spanish or the Norfolk Black , is a breed of domestic turkey . The Black was developed in Europe from the Aztec turkeys originally brought from Mexico by Spanish explorers. Despite the monikers of...

While most early texts state that the Slate turkey originated from a cross of the Black turkey on a white turkey, there is little genetic evidence to support such a conclusion. The slate gene is a legitimate mutation that arose just as the gene...

The Bourbon Red is a breed of domestic turkey named for its unique reddish plumage and for Bourbon County, Kentucky. The breed's feathers are a dark base color, with white primaries in the tail characterized by a soft red band and white flight...




White Broad Breasted Turkey White Broad Breasted Turkey Orlopp Bronze Broad Breasted Turkey
Narragansett TurkeyRoyal Palm TurkeyOrlopp Bronze Broad Breasted Turkey

Narragansett turkey is a breed of Meleagris gallopavo which descends from a cross between the eastern wild turkey ( Meleagris gallopavo silvestris ) and the domestic turkey . According to the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy , the...

Royal Palm is a breed of domestic turkey . One of the few turkeys not primarily selected for meat production, the Royal Palm is best known as an ornamental bird with a unique appearance, largely white with bands of metallic black. Primarily kept...

Orlopp Bronze Broad Breasted Turkey This is your Thanks Giving, Christmas or any Holiday choice. The breed that established the premium niche turkey market began in 1935 when the Orlopp family purchased 400 bronze eggs from a farm in Washington...




White Broad Breasted Turkey Hatchery Choice, Broad Breasted Turkey
White Broad Breasted TurkeyHatchery Choice, Broad Breasted Turkey

Broad Breasted White is commercially the most widely used breed of domesticated turkey. They produce more breast meat and their pin feathers are less visible when the carcass is dressed due to their white color. These properties have made the...

Broad Breasted White and Broad Breasted Bronze This is your Thanks Giving, Christmas or any Holiday choice. White is commercially the most widely used breed of domesticated turkey. They produce more breast meat and their pin feathers are less...



Typically Takes 28 days to hatch out

But there may be incubators hatching out the breed type you want as early as a few days.  Please let us know if we can help find the hatch date that works best for you.


Social Benifits

Turkeys are social animals. They enjoy the company of other creatures, including humans. They love having their feathers stroked.  Some say that by keeping a single turkey can prevent and combat the Marek's Disease in poultry.



A turkey starter diet of between 24% and 28% protein should be fed until 8 weeks of age. Ideally, feed a 28% ration for the first 4 weeks and reduce to 24% for the next 4 weeks. This protein level is reduced to 20%.

Like chickens, turkeys will need grit, so be sure to offer them chick grit when they are about 3 weeks old by sprinkling it in with their food.  As your poults grow you can offer them greens from your garden, they love them and they are good for them. It is also a great way to make friends with your birds too especially if you are not planning to slaughter them.

Prepared feeds should be placed in self-feeding-type hoppers to provide unrestricted access at all times.

Minimum order requirements to ship safely.  Live shipment can only be shipped on hatch day.

Chicks: 25     Bantams: 30

Turkeys: 20       Ducks: 15

Guineas: 30       Geese: 8

Eggs: 12