Organic turkeys are fed with grains grown without pesticides or chemical fertilizers (yum!).
Vegetarian-fed turkeys are fed strictly vegetarian diet. These birds cannot go outside on pasture since foraging for “bugs” is not considered a vegetarian diet.
Cage-free turkeys are not confined to cages, but do not necessarily have ready access to outside
“Free range” turkeys are not confined to cages, and have access to the outside, which doesn’t necessarily mean that they take advantage of this “free”-dom–turkeys can “free-range” on sand, dirt or even concrete.
Pastured turkeys are housed and/or ranged on pasture, with grass, legumes and insects comprising a significant portion of their diet. As such, they may or may not be “organic.”
Day range pastured turkeys are free to range outside in large rotating fenced pasture during the day, and are housed inside a permanent or semi-permanent coop at night, with an open floor (no cages). Local Harvest has a database of farms with these (and more) various turkey options.