2 thoughts on “Modern turkeys twice the size of turkeys from 80 years ago

  1. Steve Morris

    In Britain we eat turkeys for Christmas, and in our house we always eat the old-fashioned type that are smaller and more expensive. They are free range and taste better too!
    However, I understand that the modern intensively-reared turkeys generate less CO2 per pound of meat. Choices aren’t always easy.

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    1. Melanie McNeil Post author

      There are trade-offs to everything. Some are clear and some are not. I haven’t had free-range turkey, to my knowledge, and never had wild turkey. I’d certainly try it.

      Thanks for taking a look. I thought this was an interesting follow-up to the wild turkey post.

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