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Rare Turkey Types are a Dying Breed

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Rare Turkey Types are a Dying Breed

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Rare Turkey Types are a Dying Breed

Rare Turkey Types are a Dying Breed

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The "large white" breed of turkey has ruled the commercial market for so long that other regional breeds are dying out. Dedicated foodies try to bring back the "bourbon red," the "American bronze" and other rare breeds. NPR's Robert Smith reports.