Bourbon Red Turkey
The Bourbon Red turkey, also known as the Bourbon Butternut or Kentucky Red, was named for Bourbon County, Kentucky, in the Bluegrass Region, where it originated. This large, handsome variety was developed from the Buff, an historic variety of turkey known in the Mid-Atlantic States. It resulted from stocks taken to Kentucky and selected for improved meat production and a darker red color. The American Poultry Association recognized the Bourbon Red variety in 1909, and it was ambitiously promoted. The Bourbon Red's supporters emphasized its production-oriented conformation, including a heavy breast and richly flavored meat.
Twin Oaks Farm is a small privately owned farm in Broome Co. NY. producing grass fed beef, free range brown eggs, pasture raised chicken and turkey. We produce both commercial breed and heritage breed turkeys. We are a NYS Beef Quality Assurance certified producer and a participant in the GRAZE NY program. (more...)
Thank you to all of our CSA members in 2008. It was a challenging year for us, and unfortunately, we could not continue on our farm for 2009. We have moved to oregon to be closer to family and will eventually try again to have a farm and CSA in the future. (more...)
Tuckahoe Lamb and Cattle Co. is a grass based family farm located in cumberland county.(more...)
Triton's Farm is a small family run farm raising mostly heritage breeds, heirloom trees and vegetables. We are trying to produce to feed our animals and our animals are helping us to fertilize and to keep weeds and insect populations manageable. (more...)
Triple R Farm is located 3 miles from the Fort Knox military base near Radcliff, and 10 miles from Elizabethtown. We have a roadside honor market at which we sell some of our items such as fresh brown eggs, local honey, and grass raised chicken. We also have available rabbit and heritage breed turkey. (more...)
A small farm located in Williamston, just south of I-96. We currently raise 100% grass-fed beef, goat, and sheep, and natural pastured pork. We also have pastured turkeys and chicken available, and are starting to add in game birds and ducks. (more...)