Two young toms tussle, left, as a group of Beltsville Small White Turkeys mill about at Dr. Julie Gauthier's place in Wake Forest recently. Gauthier, a poultry expert, raises and protects rare breeds of heritage poultry like these white turkeys usually raised for research.
Two young toms tussle, left, as a group of Beltsville Small White Turkeys mill about at Dr. Julie Gauthier's place in Wake Forest recently. Gauthier, a poultry expert, raises and protects rare breeds of heritage poultry like these white turkeys usually raised for research. cseward@newsobser
Two young toms tussle, left, as a group of Beltsville Small White Turkeys mill about at Dr. Julie Gauthier's place in Wake Forest recently. Gauthier, a poultry expert, raises and protects rare breeds of heritage poultry like these white turkeys usually raised for research. cseward@newsobser

Wake Forest farm is conserving a rare Thanksgiving turkey

November 17, 2014 08:52 AM