Narragansett turkey


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Narragansett turkey

n.
Any of a breed of domesticated turkeys developed in the United States in the 1800s, having primarily gray, tan, and black plumage and raised for meat.

[After Narragansett Bay .]
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Mortality rates were slightly higher for the Royal Palm and Narragansett turkeys.
The Narragansett turkeys had the lowest average ascorbic acid concentration--approximately half that of the Blacks.
The Groots raise meat and dairy goats, and pastured chickens and turkeys, with 15 years experience with free-range Narragansett turkeys.