As if you needed another reminder, it’s November and that means the holiday season is going to be here before we know it. Thanksgiving is only a couple weeks away and if you plan on grabbing the perfect turkey for the family, look no further than great local turkey farms. To help you plan out that daunting Thanksgiving dinner in advance, here are some turkey farms to consider for the big dinner.
One of the most popular turkey farms in Metro Detroit, Roperti’s Turkey Farm in Livonia is now accepting orders for the 2018 Thanksgiving holiday. The farm is celebrating 70 years of providing fresh and smoked turkeys to families all across Metro Detroit. If you didn’t order your turkey in time, be sure to call or stop in by noon on Wednesday to see if the farm has any turkeys available.
Transitioning from a family-fun haunted attraction in October, to a go-to spot for all your turkey needs this November, The Huron Turkey Farm in Romulus is ready for the Thanksgiving season. Featuring turkeys that are free-range, corn and grain fed, and can weigh anywhere between 23 and 40 pounds, the farm is sure to have the perfect turkey for your family. There are plenty of fun fall activities for the whole family to enjoy too – a pumpkin patch, corn stalks, farm animals, pony rides and more await!
An established fresh poultry spot in Eastern Market since 1926, Capital Poultry specializes in (you guessed it) all things poultry. The merchant offers 10-12 and 30lb. Amish and USDA turkeys for Thanksgiving, along with Turkey wings and drumsticks. Be sure to check out their full menu which includes Amish Butter, Amish Brown & White Free Range Eggs, and Cornish & Guinea Hens.
If you need large turkeys for a holiday dinner, look no further than John Henry’s. You can order and then pick up Thanksgiving orders at the Royal Oak Farmers Market or Flint Farmers Market on Tuesday, November 20 and Wednesday, November 21. Be sure to check out more information on how you can get fresh meats delivered to your door and how you can get $10 off your first order on their website.
Whether you know it by Hartland Farms or Roeske Farms of Hartland, the farm knows how to raise turkeys and fall produce perfect for the autumn months. Raised on the farm with free range and no antibiotics or hormones, Hartland Farms focuses on raising a small flock of turkeys to ensure the best quality. You can pre-order your turkey now through the holiday on their homepage.