I've read of some cats handling turkey neck bones just fine, although I can't picture a housecat big enough to warrant eating an entire neck in one sitting. Kitchen shears would probably work just fine in cutting them down.
My cats eat chicken necks and wings, but they complain about it a lot and it takes them a while. I wouldn't offer turkey necks 'cause I know they wouldn't get beyond the first bite.
So, yeah, it's fine to offer if your cat will eat it.
I wouldn't feed it without smashing personally. I put it in a plastic bad and use a mallet but a hammer would work fine. Smash it with many hits and feel the neck through the bag, try and feel the bones and you should be able to feel the bones broken into pieces. If it does not seem smashed enough to you flip it over and smash some more.
Be careful if the neck is against the edge of the bag when you hit because some bags split open and out comes the neck!
We feed them because they're cheap and offer a lot of chew/meat action! I just put them in 2-4' pieces and they do fine. My cats are semi-used to bones though.. they only ever leave a little neck left.
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I would spend more time if I were you finding good meatymeat. Cats do NOT have a high bone requirement and neck is mostly bone. Turkey neck is a TON of bone. Cats only need 5-10% bone tops in their diets and hence, you need to devote yourself to finding nice boneless meat and toss in bone a few times a week.
When I fed them the farm cats had just started eating raw so I basically smashed them to a pulp If I were to feed them now I'd just cut them in half and smash them a little bit since they know how to chew much better than they did before.