A young female turkey is called a 'Hen polut'
The young are called "poults".
A young turkey is called a "poult".
A male turkey is called a tom or a gobbler, a female turkey a hen, and a baby turkey a poult or chick. A young male turkey is called a jake and a young femaleis called a jenny.
A young turkey is called a poult.
Young males are called "jakes".
The male turkey is called a Tom or gobbler (in the UK).The female turkey is called a hen.Young turkeys are called poults.
A young male turkey is called a jake and a young female is called a jenny.A group of wild turkeys is called a flock, a group of domesticated turkeys is commonlyreferred to as a rafter.
A young turykey is called a poult.
The female turkey is called a hen, a male turkey is called a tom or gobbler and a young male turkey is a jake.
The mother is called a "hen" and her young are called "hen poulot" for the female and "jake" for the males.
A young male turkey is called a Jake and a young female is a jenny. A grown male turkey is a tom or a gobbler and female turkeys are called hens. Chick and poult are the names for baby turkeys.
Young male turkeys are called a Jake.
That's a hen.
Male turkey is called a Tom, gobbler, stag or a cock. Female is called hen. Young turkeys are called poults.
It's either a roaster, a boiler, a flipper, or a turkeylette. We're not sure which. Thanks, Bob & Larry~ VeggieTales It's none listed. Follow the guidelines for a chicken, which is named by weight not by age. A very young turkey is called a poults, and a older young turkey is called a young turkey. These names are for the size of the foul.
Like many other animals, young turkeys or babies are called by a different name. A baby turkey is called a poult.
a young male turkey is a Jake
Males are toms, if fully grown..Young males are called jakes..Females are called hens..Young turkey chicks are called poults.
A 'jake" is a young male turkey of its first year.
Young turkeys of any gender are called poults, females are Hens and males are called Toms.