Thanksgiving Turkeys

2023 Turkeys are now sold out! To join the waitlist, please click the button above.
Our turkey is juicy, flavorful, and sold fresh. We’ve been told they’re some of the best around!
Purchasing one of our tasty, local, pasture raised Thanksgiving turkeys is a wonderful holiday tradition and a superb way to support NCOF.

NEW IN 2023: We have a number of items available for pre-ordering, to be picked up on Turkey Distribution Day, November 20, 2023 from 6:30 – 8:30 PM. These items are available to everyone; you do not have to have a turkey ordered to purchase. Items include:

  • NCOF Dried Flower wreaths and centerpieces
  • NCOF Garlic
  • NCOF Sausages and meat patties
  • Root Vegetables from Vanguarden Farms (Sherborn, MA)
  • Cranberries from Old Earth Orchards (Taunton, MA)
  • Mushrooms from Fat Moon Mushroom Farm (Westford, MA)

Please make all preorders by Wednesday, November 15th at noon. There will be a limited amount of items available for purchase on Distribution Day.

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  • NCOF raises large domestic white turkeys every year and processes them in time for Thanksgiving Dinners.
  • Our birds are allowed to roam, graze, and romp on the Farm’s organic pastures.
  • You are welcome to come and visit our turkeys at the farm any day during daylight hours.
  • Our dressed turkeys tend to weigh between 13 and 26 pounds. 
  • We cannot predict at what weights the birds will dress out, but will do our best to match you with a bird in your desired weight range.
  • Price: $8.50/lb
  • Deposit: $85, which covers the first 10 pounds of turkey. The remainder will be paid during pick up.
  • Turkey Pickups will occur the evening of Monday November, 20th
  • Customers will receive a time window to pick up their birds to reduce having to wait in line.
  • We are also planning on inviting some vendors and other Farm Friends to help us all kick off the Thanksgiving festivities a little early!
  • To brine or not to brine, that is the question. Some of our customers swear by brine; others don’t. A quick internet search will provide many cooking options.
  • Whichever method you choose, we highly recommend using a digital thermometer to avoid overcooking your bird. NCOF birds cook more quickly than ones from the supermarket.
  • The USDA Website has information on how best to safely prepare your turkey, and operates a Turkey Hotline around Thanksgiving each year. Find more information here: