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You are Here: Home -> Turkeys -> Midget White Turkey

Midget White Turkey
2014 Delivery Dates
Catalog Number Description 1-19 20 or more How Many
MWTS Straight Run $10.50 $10.29 Sold Out
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Availability Display below is for the next several hatches. This breed is available for future dates. You can pick the date during the check out process. Green: available. Blue: limited availability. Red: not available.

The White Midget was developed by Smyth at Massachusetts in the 1950s for the smaller turkey market. An adult tom weighs 18-20 pounds and hens about 10-12 pounds






Two weeks after the 4th of July, turkeys will ship on Wednesday.

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Customer Product Reviews
These are the best birds I have ever had, way better then chickens or other birds. I am 69 and have enjoyed & laughed til my belly hurt with their antics. They will fly up into a tree 10 feet or more and very noisy sometimes and want to see what you are doing. I let mine out a couple times a day and stay with them and usually they will go right back in with no problem. They will also follow me around the yard and into the raspberry patch and eat bugs like the Japanease Beetle. What a nice job they do.