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Merriam’s Wild Turkey meat is flavorful, firm, moist and dark, even the breast meat. Our Authentic Merriam’s Wild Turkeys are raised the old-world way with the freedom to fly all over our farm in Perris, California. Yes, I do not clip wings of my Merriam’s Wild Turkeys. At night my Merriam’s Wild Turkeys roost on fence posts. This means that you’re assured that I truly offer my Merriam’s Wild Turkeys raised wild. My Merriam’s Wild Turkeys are free of antibiotics, synthetic hormones, and pesticides. Our Merriam’s Wild Turkeys are shipped fresh.

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Merriam’s Wild Turkey was named in 1900 in honor of Clinton Hart Merriam, the first chief of the U.S. Biological Survey.

Merriam’s Wild Turkey meat is flavorful, firm, moist and dark, even the breast meat. Our Authentic Merriam’s Wild Turkeys are raised the old-world way with the freedom to fly all over our farm in Perris, California. Yes, I do not clip wings of my Merriam’s Wild Turkeys. At night my Merriam’s Wild Turkeys roost on fence posts. This means that you’re assured that I truly offer my Merriam’s Wild Turkeys raised wild. My Merriam’s Wild Turkeys are free of antibiotics, synthetic hormones, and pesticides. Our Merriam’s Wild Turkeys are shipped fresh.

Make Thanksgiving Dinner extra special this year and serve your guests a flavor not tasted since the early days of America! One taste and you will never go back to a farm-raised bird again.

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Your Farmer,

Anshu Pathak


Common Name: Merriam's Wild Turkey

Kingdom: Animalia

Phylum: Chordata

Class: Aves

Order: Galliformes

Family: Phasianidae

Genus: Meleagris

Species: Meleagris gallopavo

Subspecies: Meleagris gallopavo merriami

Merriam’s Wild Turkeys have a wide variety of foods in their diet ranging from chokecherries, bearberries, ponderosa pine seeds, and grain like corn, oats and wheat. They also enjoy eating insects such as grasshoppers, spiders and beetles. While their range is not as far spread as the Eastern Wild Turkey, a Merriam’s diet can be very broad, as there are plants that are indigenous to certain areas of the country.

Merriam’s Wild Turkey are native to the pine forests of the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico and have been introduced to Montana, Nebraska, Washington Oregon, and California. Since their introduction to these northern and western pacific states, their range also includes portions of Idaho, Wyoming, and South Dakota. The subspecies has also been introduced into Oregon. The initial releases of Merriam’s turkeys in 1961 resulted in establishing a remnant population of Merriam’s turkeys along the east-slope of Mt. Hood and natural immigration of turkeys from Idaho has established Merriam’s flocks along the eastern border of Oregon. Merriam's Wild Turkeys live in Ponderosa Pine and mountainous regions. The tail and lower back feathers have white tips and purple and bronze reflections.

Merriam's turkey are found throughout the Western United States primarily in the ponderosa pine forests of Colorado, New Mexico, and northern Arizona. They have been transplanted into the pine forests of Utah, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California, Montana, Wyoming, and South Dakota. Gould’s turkey are only found in Arizona, New Mexico, and northern Mexico. In Arizona, wild turkeys can be found not only in ponderosa pine forest but also other vegetation types in elevations ranging from 3,500 to 10,000 feet. The best populations of Merriam’s, however, occur in the ponderosa pine forests north of the Gila River. The Gould’s occupy the sky island habitats in southeastern Arizona.

Merriam’s lay their eggs from late-March to early-April depending on their geographic location and typically laying an average of 10 – 12 eggs. This process can take about 2 weeks, as turkeys will usually only lay one egg a day. During the incubation period of 26 - 28 days, the hen will move the eggs periodically throughout the day. Once the incubation period has passed, the eggs may hatch within a 24-hour period of one another. The hen and her newly hatched turkeys (also called poults) will leave the nest within 12 – 24 hours of being hatched in search of food.

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