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2024 Holiday Turkey - Deposit

2024 Holiday Turkey - Deposit


Save your spot for the 2024 Holidays!

One whole, freshly-frozen turkey from our pasture-raised, organic-fed flock.

    • This is a one-time pre-order that will process in a cart on its own, separately from a regular "pick up" order.
    • You will be charged a $50 non-refundable deposit now, with the balance due when the turkey is picked up.
    •  Pick up will be a on the farm the weekend before Thanksgiving.  We'll make it work for you!
    • WE EXPECT THESE TURKEYS TO WEIGH BETWEEN 12-20lbs.  (no guarantees; first reserved, first served)
    • >>We expect 2024 turkeys to cost the same as they did in 2023: $10.99/lb.  By pre-ordering, you are guaranteed the best price--not more than the one shown here.
    • Supply is limited.  If we are sold out, email to get on the wait list.
    • Early bird pricing available is until we sell out or through October 15th.
    • We hope these birds will be in the 12-18lb range, but won't know for sure until the processing is done.  First come, first served for size requests.  
    • After check out you will receive an order confirmation including a link to place a request for your preferred size.

    We're excited to be raising a limited number of turkeys for the 2024 holidays.

    As always, our birds get certified organic feed and range freely on lots of lush pasture.

    These turkeys are known for being juicy and flavorful, enjoyed by even those who don't usually like turkey.

    You will be proud and confident serving these turkeys as your holiday centerpiece.

    Raised on our farm on rotated pastures where they run, roost, and catch bugs all day, these turkeys' diet of foraged greens and grasshoppers includes a regeneratively grown, certified organic feed.  This is as clean, sustainable, ethical, delicious and nutritious as a Thanksgiving turkey can get.  What a better way to celebrate!

    (Note: picture shows a cooked turkey but these turkeys are frozen, uncooked)