2017 Turkey Pre-orders

Thanksgiving is coming up quickly, pre-order your local turkey today!

Step One: Choose your farm

 

larry-schultzLarry Schultz Organic Farm, Owatonna, MN

Larry Schultz and his family have been raising chickens and turkeys sustainably on their farm in Owatonna, MN since the mid 1980’s. Dedicated to raising their birds cage and hormone-free, they pursued organic certification in 1998. The turkeys are free to roam the property as they please, and are raised meeting the Global Organic Alliance and USDA guidelines and certifications.They are fed organic feed while they are seasonally raised in summer and fall months. Along with whole turkeys you will find Schultz organic chicken in store year round.

 

 

 


the-kadejan-familyKadejan, Inc., Glenwood, MN

Beginning as a processing facility for area hunters and farmers, Kadejan Inc. quickly grew into a family run poultry farm in Glenwood, MN. Kadejan Inc. raises and processes naturally raised chickens and turkeys that are free-roaming, antibiotic free, and humanely raised. Free-roaming means they are kept indoors during severe weather, a necessity because of unpredictable Midwest weather. Poultry raised at Kadejan is processed by hand and packaged on-site before being sold in their market store or to local restaurants, and food cooperatives.

 

 

Step Two: Choose your size

Estimate 1 pound of turkey per person, this will give some leftovers. For plenty of leftovers, estimate 1.5 pounds per person. Pound Ranges include:

8-10 pounds
10-12 pounds
12-14 pounds
14-16 pounds
16-18 pounds
18-20 pounds
20-22 pounds

 

Pricing:

Larry Schultz Organic Turkeys: $3.99/lb
Kadejan Inc. Free-Roam Turkeys: $2.39/lb

 

Step Three: Pre-order your turkey

You can pre-order your bird by filling out this form below or by stopping in the store. If you use the form here, after you submit it you will be redirected to the home page of the website. If this does not happen, please call (715)-235-6533 x222 or Email Sophia to confirm your order.

6 Comments

mary ellen schmider

I hope to pick up my turkey on Nov. 20. I’ll be out of the country until then. Thank you.

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