The Narragansett is considered a rare breed turkey, a heritage turkey and admitted into the American Standard of Perfection in 1874. This turkey was derived from European strains and the American Wild Turkey around Narragansett, Rhode Island in the 19th century with earlier bloodlines as far back as the 1600's. They make an excellent backyard and farm turkey and are very good with insect population.
I would like to say how happy I am with my 2 week old Narragansett turkey I got when I ordered the weekly special. We got two of them along with a lot of royal palms and some bouben reds. They are all very lively chick but the Narragansetts are the most personable and my favorites so far. (Posted on 3/22/2019)
To whom it may concern Review by Stuart Alabama June 2009
As a followup to my previous email, I received a call from Sandy in customer service on Monday June 22, 2009 stating that Cackle Hatchery was resending my order on Wednesday June 24, 2009. This morning i received all of my chicks in a healthy vigorous state. For this I say Thank You!! Being in construction, I understand when things occur beyond our control, things are unseen and mistakes are made, When this occurs it is the followup that makes all of the difference to the customer. Well this followup has made all of the difference to me. This has made, in my eyes, Cackle Hatchery a superior company that I will certainly look to for my future orders. Once again.... Thank You for a job that started off rocky but ended up well done!!! (Posted on 12/18/2015)