i'd suggest initially if you precook your turkeys/chickens/whatever, you can then take the cooked meat, debone it and freeze it in individual meal sizes (whatever your family uses at one time so that will be varying). Then in those frozen setups - some dice, some leave whole, etc. Then all you'll need to do is grab a bagful and use it as a base. You can make many a one pot meal in under 20 minutes if the meat is precooked.
This will also keep lots of space for you in freezer, esp if you're not blessed wtih a chest freezer.
i like to precook several pounds of ground beef all day in a crockpot with onion, garlic, green pepper, then drain it, and freeze in 3/4-1lb packages. makes for FAST stovetop meals when i'm tired and don't wanna cook 'for real'. - taco base anyone?
it's a pinch to add seasonings for tacos, and other 'fast' meals. esp if you keep your regular staples in house - canned veggies - like tomatoes, corn, green beans, etc. pasta/rice cooked on side.
it's also a great base that way for casseroles and future crockpot meals.