Pastured Turkeys - $6/lb. ($25 deposit required)

Royal Palm Turkey,  © Drew Avery,

We seasonally pasture-raise heritage breed turkeys. Our turkeys are never caged and spend their days roaming in the pasture and the orchard, hunting for bugs, seeds and grasshoppers. We are currently raising Royal Palm and Narraganset turkeys. We chose these two heritage breeds because they are not very common, yet especially delicious. Their meat is flavorful and firm, but not tough. Compared to commercially raised turkeys, the breast of these turkeys is more proportional with their overall body size.

These birds were commonly raised in farms across the United States before factory farming became the predominant method. Royal Palm and Narragansett turkeys are both medium sized turkeys. They feed themselves on pasture, so their diet is much better than a typical factory farmed breed of turkey that has been developed to eat only feed and not move around much. We do provide an Organic (No-Soy) whole grain ration to our turkeys to ensure they reach full size in time for harvest.

Narragansett kalkoen, © Tim Strater,

These turkeys are also beautiful, so schedule your appointment to visit the farm to check them out.

How to Buy

Our turkeys will be ready for eating in November. Both Royal Palm & Narragansett turkeys are medium sized breeds, so expect processed weights of 12-18 lbs. Supplies are limited, so please reserve your turkey(s) with a $25 deposit. Once your turkey is processed, you will be charged $6/lb. and your deposit will be deducted. For example, a 15 lb. turkey will cost $90 ($6/lb. x 15 lbs. = $90). Since you already paid a $25 deposit, your will only pay $65 upon pickup. Contact us today to reserve your turkey(s).

Diet & Health

Our turkeys eat no GMO feeds, receive no hormones and receive regular care. We care for our animals like family to make sure they are healthy and comfortable. The flock is free ranged throughout our farm. When needed, they also eat an Organic (No-Soy) whole grain feed. We use no synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides of any kind on our fields.

Read more about how we raise our animals to better-than-organic standards.