Buy Pasture Raised Turkey

"Pasture raised turkey" is more than a label; it's a commitment to a way of farming that puts taste, health, quality, and the life of the animal first.

"Outdoor access" and "free range" do not describe pasture raised turkey; "Outdoor access" and "free range" are words used by the conventional poultry industry to make you think you're buying something different while they serve you more of the same. It's classic bait and switch.

Pasture raised turkeys are different because the birds continually move through green grass and sunshine. It's more than "access." Pastured turkeys are raised on a living environment for most of their life.

Watch the following video, Moving a Tradition Forward, for more information and then search the directory below to find a farm near you.

Find a Pasture Raised Turkey Farmer Near You

If you want the pasture raised turkey difference, you have to shop different. Often that means getting as close to source as possible. You can search our directory to find a farmer member of the American Pastured Poultry Producers Association (APPPA) near you. 

Try searching the directory for keywords, such as "turkey" or typing the full name of your state. (for example, search for "Florida," not FL). Search by zip is not supported.

Not finding a farm near you? Find a farm that will ship to you.

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Pastured Poultry Difference

With constant access to fresh pasture, pastured poultry is better for the chickens, the land, and the people. 

Pastured poultry:

  • connects you to the face behind the food.
  • turns manure into an asset that builds fields, soils and wildlife ecology.
  • imparts a deeper flavor and firmer texture.
  • reduces the need for antibiotics, medications, and coccidiastats. 
  • harnesses the good things about nature.
  • empowers local and rural economies.

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  • Find new customers and networking opportunities

Thank you, Contributors

APPPA would like to thank these contributors for their generous support of "Pasture Raised Turkey: Moving a Tradition Forward:"

Elizabeth Moffatt, New Mexico

7 Minor Family Farm, Kentucky

Chiricahua Pasture Raised Meats, Arizona

Finney Farm, Missouri

Flavorfull Farm, California

Gina's Acres, Texas

J & L Green Farm, Virginia

Joe’s Farm, Michigan

Keane Acres, Texas

Kern farms, Pennsylvania

Lindenhof Farm, Pennsylvania

Lucky Deay Farm, Kansas

Maple Wind Farm, Vermont

Morris Hill Farm, Maryland

Nick's Organic Farm, Maryland

Oak Meadows Farm, Washington

Orlando Farms, Florida

Pastured Life Farm, Florida

Pastured Poultry Talk Podcast, Pennsylvania

Polyface Farms, Virginia

Prairie Oaks Farm, Nebraska

Shady Grove Ranch, Texas

Snow Organic Ag, Vermont

Ten Hens Farm, New York

White Oak Pastures, Georgia

Wrong Direction Farm, New York

American Pastured Poultry Producers Association
PO Box 85 Hughesville, PA 17737  USA


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