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Pasture Raised Organic Turkey and Chicken - USDA Inspected

It doesn't get any better than organic poultry raised on pasture. Our birds are lean, firm, and flavorful due to the healthy environment, fresh air, water and pasture that is part of their daily routine.

Pasturing allows them to live like God intended. They scratch, eat clover and grass, chase grasshoppers, and receive a ration of our own feed mix. No commercial blends are used. Our poultry is free from antibiotics as well.

Since our birds spend a majority of their time grazing pastures,  we only raise turkeys and chickens during the warmer months of the year.  We try to keep a healthy supply of frozen birds on hand throughout the year. However, the possibility exists that we could run out by spring (especially the turkey). If we are sold out, your order will be added to our order list for the upcoming season.

How we Raise our Turkey

Turkey poults (young birds) come the the farm in mid-summer and begin their days in a brooder.  This is a warm place where temperature, drafts, light, and moisture are carefully managed to give the birds a comfortable and safe living environment.  The birds will stay in the brooder until they have fully feathered, about six to seven weeks, and can handle a Wisconsin summer.

Once out of the brooder, the turkeys have free range of the farm.  There are no fences to limit their ranging, only their instincts that keep them close to their shelter, food and water.  Predators are kept at bay by the presence of people and dogs.

The turkeys we raise are called Broad Breasted Whites.  They have a nice plump shape with plenty of meat.  We raise hen turkeys because you get more breast meat per bird when compared to toms of the same size.  We hope you enjoy eating them as much as we enjoyed raising them.


Nutritional Information for Chicken and Turkey:


In order to assist retail stores that sell meat and poultry products to post point-of-purchase nutrition information, FSIS has created downloadable charts for printing. These charts show nutrition information for the major cuts of meat and poultry.  Click on the following to view the nutritional information for poultry:


USDA Nutritional Facts Sheet, Poultry




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