Yes. Turkeys eat insects.
They feed on seeds and shoots and bugs.
Sure, turkeys might eat spiders.
Wild turkeys do not eat baby rabbits. Wild turkeys do not eat any kind of meat because they are vegetarians.
well it is very common to eat both of them
People should eat turkeys because they are delicious.
Farm-raised turkeys eat can eat a variety of things. Most farmers choose to feed their turkeys grains and corn diets.
Yes, wild turkeys eat insects, snails, slugs and even frogs.
no Actually, YES. Wild turkeys (the birds) are omnivorous and will, in fact, eat meat.
No, wild Turkeys eat nuts, insects, and berries, no meat.
None! Turkeys don't live in the sea!
No.They continue to look for food during the winter.
yes, turkeys do eat ticks, however guinea fowl seem to be more proficient at it.
no turkeys are actually omnivores they eat both animals and plants.
About 46 million turkeys.
I think they eat corn
They only eat vegetarians.
you're supposed to 'eat' them..?
Probably nothing because everyone has already eaten them.Turkeys eat grain like normal.
Turkeys are not migrating birds because they can not fly ant have enough fat in their bodys to survive the winter.