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Buff Turkeys are named for their buff-colored plumage unsurprisingly.

rn uff Turkeys were accepted into the Standard of Perfectionrnby the American Poultry Association in 1874, but had died out entirely by thernearly 20th century. This was partly due to the difficulty in selectivelyrnbreeding the proper color pattern, and also to the rise of new commercialrnbreeds on the market.

In the 1940s, interest in a buff turkey was revived, and arnnew strain of the breed, named the New Jersey Buff Turkey was created. However the new Buff Turkey wasn't very successful either, and today they are criticallyrnendangered.

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