It’s that time of year when the weather turns colder and we start to plan our holidays. We are now accepting orders for our delicious Pasture Raised Turkey! If you haven’t yet tried pastured raised, you may wonder what the difference really is? Well, our birds live out on green grass. Period. They roam, range and eat everything from flying bugs to an expansive variety of vegetation that grows in our pastures. Most “free range” birds are just that, free range only but because turkeys are voracious grass eaters, most larger farms cannot keep them on fresh, green pasture. A flock of turkeys will quickly eat an area to bare dirt so they must be moved often. We do small batches on large 2 acre paddocks because if we don’t move them soon enough, they get out to forage for their own fresh grub! Be forewarned, once you’ve tried pasture raised, you may be hooked! ORDER NOW
Beaverton Farmer’s Market
We are at the Beaverton Farmer’s Market on Saturday, November 16th taking orders and we’ll be there Saturday November 23rd for Turkey Pickup!
Pastured Turkey Cooking Tips
Did you know that Pasture Raised birds cook faster than conventional birds? To read more, check out this great article published in Mother Earth News.
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