What Is the Red Thing on a Turkey Called?

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Most people refer to the red thing that is hanging on a turkey's neck a gobble. That is not the technical term for it. That term is the major caruncles.
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Groups of turkeys are called a few different things, the most common being a 'rafter' Some folks would say a 'flock' and they are also called a 'bale' or 'brood'
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the gobble.
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The wattle is what hangs down from a Turkey's
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Rafter or gang.
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