Turkeys 2010- A Field Odyssey

Your reception of the work we are doing at Our Family Farm is exciting, overwhelming and humbling. So many of you have found a way to support us in some fashion; purchasing pastured broilers, ordering grass-fed beef, relaxing at our farm field day, donating freezers and other materials, or offering professional services (thank you design guru, Jeff Maib for helping create business cards). This season has exceeded our expectations, and hopes. Thank you, everyone!

Sad about Turkey news

Sad about Turkey news

With this said, we were excited to offer Pastured Turkeys for the holidays, available mid November (specific date TBD). However, in our rookie season we overlooked one small detail- the order deadline for this relative specialty bird. We missed the boat. Since we discovered this information, we have been working like crazy over the past several weeks to uncover poults from hatcheries near and far. We were very sad to eventually come to accept that we would not have Turkeys this year…UNTIL…

Tyler and Alicia

Tyler and Alicia

Our good friends, Tyler and Alicia Jones from Afton Field Farm in Corvallis have graciously extended an invitation to provide pasture raised turkeys for you (we raise our birds in the same manner as Afton Field Farm; lots of fresh pasture, fresh air, and general goodness for the birds). This means if you have already preordered your turkey for the holidays, you will receive a delicious, juicy bird to share with family and friends. If you have not already preordered your bird, I highly recommend doing so quickly,  to guarantee receiving a bird this November. Email us at ourfamilyfarm.info@gmail.com to get a bird, or several birds.

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