What Is a Large Group of Turkeys Called?

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A large group of turkeys is called a rafter of turkeys. Turkeys are large domesticated poultry birds in the Meleagris genus. Meleagris gallopavo species, also known as the wild turkey and the Meleagris ocellata species are the only species of turkey that are found in this genus.
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