I have read, time and again the question asked about which heritage breed of turkeys taste best! There are so many variables that I can think of that would effect the taste of a turkey, that this is almost an unanswerable question? I was talking to a couple of other heritage turkey raisers, who agree, taste depends not only on breed, but feed, pasture they are raised on, climate, management, weather, and the list goes on..... So I would like to find out how many heritage turkey raisers would like to do a turkey egg swap among ourselves, When the hens all start laying, so we can do a comparable taste test of the different breeds, all raised at the same time together, under the same conditions, so we can answer this question, for ourselves and others who keep asking this question? What I am talking about is swapping fertile eggs this Spring with others who raise different breeds than we do, so everyone will have a couple of turkeys of each breed to raise along with our own and process for a big taste test of everyone's breed to see which we think taste's best. Who would like to participate? I have White Hollands and for one will swap turkey eggs with anyone who wants to participate in the swap. Name it, 4, 6, 12 eggs, which do you think it will take, with shipped eggs to make sure we can raise at least one to slaughter size in 9 months or so? I'm game! Who else is up to the challenge? Please speak up!