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Turkey Pictures

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Watch Wally and Wendy Grow! | Part 2

A large fluffed out white and red turkey is standing in front of red barn.

Wally at 6 months

Close Up - The head of a white female turkey

Wendy, a full-grown female turkey, at 6 months

Close Up - The head of a male turkey with a lot of red on its face.

Wally, male turkey at 6 months

Close Up - The head of a white male turkey. There is a chainlink fence behind it. It has a lot of red and purple and blue around its eye.

Wally, male turkey at 6 months

Close Up - The head of a white male turkey with a lot of red and some blue on its face. There is a black cat behind it

Wally, male turkey at 6 months

A large fluffed out male turkey is standing next to a female turkey in a dirt field

Wally and Wendy at 6 months

A female turkey(left) is standing in dirt next to a male turkey(right) in front of a doorway looking to the left inside of a barn.

"About 6-7 months old were Wally's peak months where he matured and looked his best. After age 7 months he started becoming more raggedy-looking as the weeks went on. Whereas Wendy, the female, seemed to be doing and looking very well."

Right Profile - A white male domestic turkey is laying outside in grass along a fence. It is looking to the right.

"At 1 year and 4 months old Wally is having a hard time getting around. His legs are having a hard time holding the weight of his body. He no longer fluffs up like he used to on a daily basis. Poultry turkeys were not bred to live very long, especially the males. Males often grow too large to hold their own weight."

The back of a white male domestic turkey that is laying in grass in front of a water and it is surrounded by a bunch of red hens.

Wally at 1 year and 4 months old

Close up - The legs of a male domestic turkey with a lot of lumps on it.

"These are the legs of a male turkey at only 1 year and 4 months old. These legs can barely hold the weight of this turkey. Turkeys bred for food are usually eaten by now, however Wally was spared from Thanksgiving and lived out his life on a family farm as a pet."