Thanksgiving Turkeys

Our birds are 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.
Our 2022 turkeys will go on sale starting October 3 to members only. If we do not sell out to members, we will open up sales to the general public in early November.

Questions about turkeys? email [email protected]

Questions about membership? email [email protected]

  • 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 birds will be slaughtered at a USDA-inspected poultry processing facility here in New England.
  • 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.
  • Our birds sell for $9.00/pound, based on the cost of organic grain, plus a $20 slaughtering fee.
  • Current Farm Members will be sent a link to put down a deposit on a turkey on October 3, 2022.
  • Deposits are $75 and are non-refundable. The rest of the cost can be paid in full on the day of Turkey pickup. We will accept cash, check, Venmo and credit card.
  • Turkey purchases will be first come, first serve. 
  • Limit 1 bird per customer.
  • 2022 Birds will be distributed frozen.
  • We will be assigning a bird to each customer, based on their preferences for weight.
  • The cost of the bird, less the $75 initial deposit, will be due on the day of pickup. We will accept cash, check, Venmo and credit card.
  • 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.