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Hoover's Hatchery White Turkeys, 10 Count Baby Turkey Poults

SKU: 124168399
Hoover's Hatchery White Turkeys, 10 Count Baby Turkey Poults
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  • Most Live Poultry (Chickens, Ducks and Turkeys) are available for online purchase in quantities of 10.
    • (Example: Quantity of 1 = 10 Birds / Quantity of 2 = 20 Birds, etc.)
    • Exceptions: Pullets and select Cornish Broilers
  • Poultry orders will ship Monday through Wednesday of each week.
  • The order will be delivered to your local Post Office for pick up. Your local Post Office will call you upon delivery at the phone number provided when placing your order.
  • The cost for shipping is included in the price of the birds.
  • It is your responsibility to pick them up at the post office within 24 hours.

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Product Rating is 4.1



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Broad Breasted White turkeys are one of the most common and largest breeds of turkey available in the United States. Commercially, they are the most widely used breed of domestic turkey for meat. The Broad Breasted White's size makes it a great addition to any table. Mature females weigh in at 25 lb. while mature males tip the scale at 45 lb. in 20 weeks. Being so large, with shorter legs and shorter breast bones, this breed is unable to reproduce naturally. These strong, hardy, docile birds are very good at producing meat, cannot fly, and are not long lived birds.

  • Bird Purpose: Meat
  • Egg Production Rate: Females ONLY; Limited if any
  • Egg Color: Brown
  • Egg Size: Large
  • Bird Characteristics: Strong, Hardy birds, Docile, Do not fly
  • Mature Weight: Male 45 lb. Female 25 lb.
  • Package Quantity: 10 baby turkey poults
Guarantee of 90% accuracy on all sexed poultry. Guaranteed Live & 48 hours after Delivery.

Specification Description
Brand: Hoover's Hatchery
Species: Turkey
Part Number: WHT
Country of Origin: Made in USA
Breed: Broad Breasted White Turkey
Egg Production Rate: Poor
Package Quantity: 10 baby turkey poults
Bird Purpose: Meat bird
Manufacturer Part Number WT
Hoover's Hatchery White Turkeys, 10 Count Baby Turkey Poults is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 199.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Everyone is alive and well Turkeys came as promised and all 10 were alive and well and are now 5 days from receiving and all continue to do well.
Date published: 2020-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great! I ordered 10 turkeys. They arrived in great shape and I’ve had no die off. Very happy!
Date published: 2020-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 20 poults I ordered 20 poults from tractor supply that arrived in great condition. 14 are thriving under a mama turkey hen and the other 6 are being hand raised. From order date to arrival was exactly 7 days. Great price, great service, easy ordering.
Date published: 2020-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Turkeys Ordered 10, received 10 and after 3 weeks of having them I lost 2. Very happy with them. Can’t wait to see them big. Still to early to know how many boys and how many girls.
Date published: 2020-07-23
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We would like to get some turkeys to butcher my question is can I keep them with my chickens and feed them the same if we are going to butcher them or do they need to be separate?

Asked by: Anonymous 04
We would suggest raising turkeys separate from chicks in the brooding phase prior to being fully feathered. This will allow them to be fed a higher protein diet to get them off to a good start. after this phase you may allow them to free range and manage a diet together
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-04-10

Are the white turkeys genetically modified 

Asked by: Mikey 67
White Turkeys are not modified. They are hatched from true genetics
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-04-21

Can I pick them up in my local tractor supply store ( Merrilville IN)

Asked by: Tumi

What is the latest date that turkey chicks can be ordered and received?

Asked by: Gb55
Turkeys are available every week and would ship on Mondays. All previous week orders go to Monday. They are available all year long
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-04-21

I read where these types of turkeys are unable to reproduce naturally. Is this true?...

Asked by: New Homesteader
White Turkeys are not able to produce naturally. Some heritage genetics like standard bronze, bourbon red and others are capable
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-04-10

What is the ratio of male to female 5/5?

Asked by: BROSS
Thank you for the question. The poults are not sexed at hatch so the final number could be random. In general the ratio at hatch tends to be 50/50.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-02-26

I bought two white turkeys from tractor supply in march. The sign said white turkey. Is there a difference between the white turkey and broad breasted? Or are they the same?.

Asked by: Michelle 12076

How long is the expected grow out time?

Asked by: Ryan precast
Hens weigh 14-20 pounds and Toms weigh an average of 30-40 pounds at 20-24 weeks, although they have been known to grow much larger.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-07-26
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