Turkey eggs are larger in size than chicken eggs and have a hard speckled shell. They have a rich yolk with a creamy texture. The incubation period of the turkey is from March to June and lasts 28 days.
Turkey eggs have high-energy value and provide necessary nutritional substances for the human body. Moderate consumption of turkey eggs is recommended because they are rich in saturated fat and cholesterol. They are an important source of protein and low in carbohydrates. They are also rich in minerals such as selenium and iron as well as vitamins B9 and B12.