I was reading this thread (https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=398443) where GoneHomeGrown was asking for help sexing her young Narragansetts. Those aren't Narragansetts, I thought, they don't look anything like mine. And mine are right around the same age, even. I kept wondering why everybody just was saying "hen" or "tom," and no one was saying "by the way, those aren't Narragansetts you've got there." Slowly it dawned on me... what makes me so sure mine are Narragansetts? Well, because I ordered 5 Bourbon Reds and 5 Blue Slates and 5 Narragansetts from Ideal Poultry, that's what. So I looked at pictures of Narragansetts. Lots of pictures. And have now come to the conclusion that my dark turkeys, the ones I was looking at earlier and admiring the beautiful bronze sheen of their feathers in the sunlight... are, in fact, standard Bronze turkeys. Not Narragansetts! I am very glad I didn't embarrass myself by trying to inform GoneHomeGrown that she didn't have Narragansetts! I guess some poult-picker at Ideal made a little mistake!