Pasture-raised turkeys

Ready for some of the best thanksgiving turkey you’ve ever eaten? It’s time to bring home a pasture-raised turkey.

Our turkeys have spent the majority of their days wandering the grassy field, eating natural foods such as grasshoppers, tasty plants, seeds, and grains. This produces a healthy, rich meat, full of nutrients for you. No caged-up birds or questionable product here.

Turkeys range between 7-15/lbs butchered. We sell them for $4.50/lb. They’ll be ready to bring home shortly before Thanksgiving.

We have 6 turkeys left, so reserve yours today. A $10 nonrefundable downpayment is required for a reservation.

Reserve your turkey

Frequently asked questions

What size turkey should I buy?

When planning how much turkey you need, estimate 1-1.5 pound per person. Our smaller turkeys are the perfect size for close, intimate dinners. If you’re feeding a large group of people, two small turkeys (rather than one large bird) can make for easier cooking in the oven.

Benefits of pasture-raised turkeys

Pasture-raised thanksgiving turkeys are

  • deliciously tasty
  • humanely raised
  • more nutritious
  • support diversity and the preservation of a breed

Learn more about the four benefits of pasture-raised turkeys.


Published by Daleen Cowgar

Daleen Cowgar is a full-time content writer and social media guru. She also lives and works on her family farm, the Rocking A Ranch, where she helps raise beef, goats, rabbits, and more. When she's not ranching or writing, you can find her trekking a backpacking trail or traveling the galaxy through a book.

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