The Bourbonnais Black Turkey, or simply the ‘Bourbonnais Turkey’, is a breed of completely black domesticated fowls that originated in France. Being a relatively smaller variety, they are gradually becoming famous. They are a fast growing and very hardy breed. Also, at times, the Bourbonnais may show a few brown feathers at the back. The Bourbonnais turkeys are lively and vigorous, and need farms or poultries that have plenty of space.
The Gers Turkey is an ancient breed of black turkeys that was developed in France. This breed is very rare and is threatened with extinction. They are the heaviest of all the French turkeys, and are known for their elegant, beautiful looks.
The White Holland is an extremely rare and old breed of domestic turkeys that originated in Mexico and redeveloped in Holland. They are known for their pure white plumage, as well as for their docile temperament. With rapid decrease in population, the present status of this bird is considered to be ‘threatened’.
The Beltsville Small White is a breed of domesticated turkey that was produced in the Unites States of America. This small breed experienced the height of popularity during its introduction, but is currently near extinct.