I will do that. Thanks for reminding me about the email.I would still show the pic to Kevin through his email available at the Porter's Rare Heritage Turkeys.
Unlike that particular person that is breeding to a specific standard, he is sometimes interested in out of the ordinary birds.
I do know that the Turkey Color Calculator does not allow for that particular result.
Turkey poults can fly well at two weeks old. This is why I take poults out of the brooder at two weeks.I have a turkey that finally hatched a chick 2 weeks ago. Tonight she was up a tree 12 ft. The chick had sense enough to get in the coop. I don't think a poult could get up there at that age, much less a chick. I put it under a chicken with chicks the same age and hope for the best.
This turkey co-brooded with another, but she left/driven before they left the nest. She laid another clutch, but chickens kept laying and those broke, ruining all. So I was incubating for a chicken and gave her 4 eggs ready to hatch. She managed not to kill this one, but it would have been dead by morning since it's going down to the 30s and raining.