What kind of turkey should I get this year?
Free Range/Pastured Turkey
Birds are raised in the out doors during the day and are only confined during the evening hours for their safety. They are fed grain and are allowed to forage for bugs, roots, worms, etc. to augment their feed. The grain they are fed may or may not be organically grown. Frequently the farmer grows grain for the feed in the same location. These birds are never administered hormones, antibiotics or chemical medications.
Locally Raised Turkey
Our local turkeys are raised on pastures by Dutch Creek Farm in Pleasureville, KY. Dutch Creek Farm was started in 1981 by Susan and Doug Schlosnagle and is a family-owned, environmentally conscious, diversified livestock farm. The are most well-known for their Chelsey's and Jared's products found in our store. Turkeys raised at Dutch Creek farm are true free-range, pasture-raised turkeys. They are fed only Non-GMO feed and pumpkins. They are never administered any antibiotics, growth hormones, or chemical medication.
Turkeys are raised according to uniform standards that are verified by independent state or private organizations. Certifications include inspections of farm fields and processing facilities, detailed record keeping and periodic testing of soil and water. Turkeys are fed grains that have been organically grown and are not genetically modified. Turkeys are never given hormones, antibiotics or any chemical medicines. The birds are usually raised in large barns with good light and ventilation and are not altered in any way.
How do I place an order?
Stop in to see us! Visit any of our 5 locations to place your order at the Customer Service desk or call your preferred pick-up location to place your order.
Happy Thanksgiving from your friends at Rainbow Blossom!