Turkeys

The time to think about Thanksgiving turkeys is here! Pre-order your bird from a local farm.

Hurd Farm, Hampton, NH

Contact Steve Hurd by Phone – 603-944-6869 or  hurdfarmllc@yahoo.com

Kellie Brook Farm, Greenland, NH

“We are now taking Pre-Orders for Thanksgiving Turkeys and Holiday Ducks, kelliebrookfarm@comcast.net or (603)702-0342″

New Roots Farm, Newmarket, NH

Pasture-raised, apple finished turkeys, $5/lb. Pre-order form link >

Sea View Farms, Rye, NH Sold out for 2013

Fresh turkeys available, pick up is on Sunday, November 24th. Contact Kim via email seaviewfarm@comcast.net or call 430-8052 for pricing and sizes available.

Sirois Family Farm, Lebanon, ME (207) 432-8042

Sugarmomma’s Maple Farm, Northwood, NH

Pasture raised Thanksgiving turkeys. Contact dlocke@sugarmommasmaple.com or call the farm at 603-942-7005. Pick ups can be at Seacoast Eat Local Thanksgiving farmers market or on the farm

Tiny Hill Farm, Milton Mills, NH Sold out for 2013

Organic pasture raised heritage birds, $7/lb. Preorder: tinyhillfarm.com

White Gate Farm, Epping, NH

Hops (from Throwback Brewery) fed turkeys. Call 603-679-5743

These farms are known to have turkeys available. Additional farms may have turkeys available, and can be found on Seacoast Harvest.

Note: Farms offering Fall-Winter CSA and bulk shares can be found here >

Updated 11/21/13 – Farmers, email info@seacoasteatlocal to have your turkey availability listed here.

One Comment

  1. Darlene Ouellett
    Posted September 25, 2012 at 8:37 pm | Permalink

    I have developed an allergy to corn and soy.Therefore all that eat corn and soy as well. Does anyone local not feed their chickens and turkeys these products?
    Thank you.

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