Thanksgiving Turkeys

Thanksgiving Turkeys

Purchasing one of our tasty, local, pasture raised Thanksgiving turkey is  a wonderful holiday tradition and a superb way to support NCOF. Our birds are juicy, flavorful, and sold fresh.
Current NCOF members have priority on ordering birds August 15-October 1. Check back in August to reserve a bird.
  • NCOF raises 160 large domestic white turkeys every year and processes them in time for Thanksgiving Dinners.
  • Our birds are fed organic grains from their day of hatching and 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.
  • To minimize stress to our animals, slaughter takes at a local slaughterhouse, so that they do not have to endure transport, and in as humane a manner as possible.
  • Our dressed turkeys tend to weigh between 16 and 35 pounds.
  • We do not take reservations for birds of a particular weight, because we cannot predict at what weights the birds will dress out.
  • Our birds sell for $5.00 pound, based on the cost of organic grain,
    plus a $12 slaughtering fee.
  • A $30 advance deposit is required to hold your bird.
  • Current Farm Members have priority sign up August 15- October 1.
  • Current Farm Members receive priority ordering for NCOF turkeys between August 15-October 1 as a benefit of membership. We often sell out during this time.
  • A $30 nonrefundable deposit is required to reserve your bird.
  • To check the status of your membership, reach out to [email protected]
  • Birds are sold fresh.
  • We do not take reservations for birds of a particular weight, because we cannot predict at what weights the birds will dress out.
  • Customers select their bird(s) on “Turkey Tuesday, ” November 26, 9 AM- 6 PM. Numbers are handed out starting at 8:00 AM.
  • Come early in the day for best selection
  • Please bring a check or cash for the remainder of your bill. No credit cards.
  • Veggies, pork, and other farm treats will be for sale too.
  • We highly recommend using a digital thermometer to avoid overcooking your bird.