Heritage Turkeys

Looking for Heritage Turkeys this Thanksgiving? Look no further. Whether you pre-order (highly recommended) or pick up your turkey in the store, there are many markets here in Denver to make your Thanksgiving great!

Marczyk Fine Foods (2 locations) offers pre-ordering and birds in store up until November 26th! Along with an array of delicious sides to compliment a traditional Thanksgiving feast. To read more about their Heritage Turkeys, check out their website at http://marczykfinefoods.com/blog/post/want-to-help-ensure-that-heritage-turkey-breeds-will-live-on-eat-them

Western Daughters Butcher Shop is offering their pasture-raised Non-GMO certified turkeys for pre-order by calling (303) 477-MEAT or filling out an order form and delivering it to their Highlands Store location! http://www.westerndaughters.com/

If your looking for a smaller turkey (around 10lbs) and are down for a drive, visit the Tom Bay Farm Stand on a Monday, Wednesday or Friday, in Bennett, CO for your Blue Slate Heritage Breed Turkey! http://tedach.com/

Get ‘em while they last!

Guest blog post from Leah Mann

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