• Turkey eggs are significantly larger than chicken eggs which would throw off the measurements for most recipies. Secondly, turkey eggs are not commonly available. The industry uses turkey eggs primarily to hatch more turkeys, thus limiting the supply of turkey eggs.
  • Turkeys lay only one, possibly two clutches of eggs. They do not sit there day after day and pump out eggs like chickens do. PLus they are very expensive to feed for the size of egg they lay and they are quite old before the start laying, all things adding to the cost. It just isn't profitable.

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