Look no further for truly pasture-raised, organic turkey for your holiday table. Lean, nutritious and versatile, turkey is an American staple during harvest time. We believe this celebratory bird should be raised the old-fashioned way, on pasture and with time. No growth hormones, GMO's or antibiotics are used on Hidden Camp Farm. Fresh air, sunshine and room to roam are our preferred methods of keeping our animals healthy.
Pre-ordering a holiday turkey is a must. The size range our birds can be ordered are 8-16 lbs. Larger sizes may also be available. Birds are available while supplies last every year. All turkey orders are taken on a first come, first served basis. We pride ourselves on raising natural, great-tasting turkey. All you have to do is make the switch to a pasture-raised turkey to know you've found something mouth watering and truly nourishing for your family.
Commercially raised turkeys are found in most grocery stores. They can be purchased cheap, usually as low as $30 for a 20 pound bird. In some cases, the grocery store gives them away if you spend a certain amount of money. Ever wonder why?
These birds are not treated well. They have limited space to move around and no place to roost while sleeping. In most cases never they see the sunshine or have access to fresh grass and bugs. They have limited access to water and force fed constantly to make them gain weight. They are treated with antibiotics, chemical preservatives and/or pesticides and their feed usually contains GMO's to help keep the cost of raising them down.
Our pasture-raised birds have access to fresh air, sunshine and open pastures daily. At four weeks of age, our turkeys are introduced to the outside. You should see them go. They can't wait to graze on the fresh clover and hunt for bugs hiding in the grass.
When they reach 6 weeks of age, our birds never see the inside of the barn again. They live just like a wild turkey would. They forage for food, bathe in the sunshine, and roost on trees we dragged into the field which fell during the last winter. They run around gobbling, clucking and chirping all day long. If the weather gets nasty, we have open huts in the field for them to shelter under if they choose. We do feed them a mixture of corn, soybeans and alfalfa, but all our feed in non GMO and Certified organic. We never use antibiotics or growth hormones. If I was a turkey, this would be my choice.
How about you?