Using mejos kept the Taming% fairly high. Make sure you stay on it with narcotics as its torpor goes down fairly quick. Not recommended to tame if you are not prepared with marcotics or to far from base if you are low. ~KT
Its the most aggressive herbivore, so be careful ! It's a classic knock out and it eats berries or megalosaurus kibble which I really recommend because the tame takes a veeery long time. It also loses torpor quite fast so you're gonna need a lot of narcotics. But once it's tames, you got a real beast: it can mess up against the rex and is a farming machine. Leftclick for wood and thatch, rightcklick for fiber and "c" for berries. It's the first herbivore that harvests bodies: leftclick for meat and hide etc. And "c" for only hide. You can increase the amount of gathered ressources by leveling up, similar to the moschops.
Make sure you hold it in quetz arms or taming pen because it does a lot of damage, lvl 105 did 135 damage before tamed. Uses not that much torpor but stay alert! Normal KO strategy. Mid-end game tame, usefull early game but hard to tame!
I was taming a lvl 20 the torpor drop is no joke. Bring at least 350 narcotics with and be prepared to wait if it's triple taming. Also if solo taming build a trap pen to pure it into with Windows. Make it out of stone they damage stone but it still takes them awhile.
This is replace for 70% of the farming animals, they collect wood, hide, meat, berries, chitin, organic poly, fiber, all extremly well. Also very strong tames, can kill almost anything, only not giga. And their attack will decimate ur armor, it ignores it. Maybe best animal so far, but extremly hard to tame, even for bigger tribes
We basically use these for literally everything. My tribe has 4 of these lvl 50 and up. When we go hunting we haven't met our match so far.
Wood, fiber, berries... we do spend the points in power and delicate harvesting as follows. 2 of these super turkeys go solely for power harvesting and the other 2 go for delicate. This way we have 2 massive berry collectors and 2 major wood collectors.