A Group of Turkeys is Called a “Rafter”
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A group of turkeys is technically called a “rafter”, though they are often incorrectly referred to as a “gobble” or simply a “flock”.
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why is a group of turkeys called a rafter of turkeys
they are only called a rafter of turkeys if they are domesticated turkeys. A group of wild turkeys are called a flock.
You gave me false information.
If they are domesticated they are considered a rafter. However, if they are wild turkeys they are considered a flock.
How many members are in an average size rafter?
What if a group of turkeys escape into the wild?
Would they be rafters or in a flock?
No one I know has ever heard of a rafter of turkeys, so the turkeys who escaped into the wild will remain a flock.