Earlier this week the USDA warned that it had connected 77 illnesses and one death in 26 states to turkey contaminated with an antibiotic-resistant strain of salmonella called Heidelberg. At the time they weren't sure where the bad turkey was coming from, but they seem to have a better idea now. Arkansas-based Cargill Meat Solutions has announced a recall of approximately 36 million pounds of ground turkey products.
The bad turkey from Cargill comes in many forms including "Ground Turkey Chubs," straight up ground turkey, ground turkey patties and pre-frozen ground turkey. They all "bear the establishment number 'P-963' inside the USDA mark of inspection" and you can find a full list of recalled products here.
Even with the recall, however, it is probably best to remain vigilant when cooking with turkey. So remember, as far as the USDA is concerned ground turkey should always be cooked to an internal temperature of 165°! Or? You can always just go vegetarian.