I've been buying Organic Prairie turkeys for the holidays for several years, and invariably the giblets are incomplete. It's extremely rare for them to include a full set of giblets. However, apparently the USDA allows a manufacturer to use the label "with giblets" as long as at least half of each kind of giblet is included (which seems ridiculous). This time, my turkey came with...you guessed it...half a liver, half a heart, and half a gizzard.
Since it's been a while since I bought a conventional turkey such as Butterball, and I can't remember about the giblets, I was just wondering--how often do you get a full set of giblets with those kinds of turkeys? I don't really remember this thing happening, though, for those turkeys. Thanks for any info.