Turkeys will not typically freeze to death due to their abundance of feathers. Their feathers keep them warm so even if their feet become so cold they can’t walk, their feathers keep their body temperature regulated for the prevention of hypothermia and even death.
A turkey may sleep outside in the cold, but sheltering inside is recommended during periods of extreme cold. The preferred bedding materials for turkeys are sand, wood shavings, or hay. These beddings should be changed often.