Royal Palm Turkey

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The Royal Palm is a strikingly attractive and small-sized turkey variety. The first birds in America to have the Palm color pattern appeared in a mixed flock of Black, Bronze, Narragansett, and Wild turkeys in Florida in the 1920s. Further selection has been made since then to stabilize the consistency of color and other characteristics. Royal Palms are active, thrifty turkeys, excellent foragers, and good flyers. Standard weights are 16 pounds for young toms and 10 pounds for young hens. The Royal Palm has a role to play on small farms, for home production of meat or where its ability to control insect pests would be of value.

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The Shepherd's Market

  Big Prairie, OH

The Shepherds Market is a family owned & operated farm, with a licensed store on-site. (more...)


The Poultry Palace

  Greenbank, WA

The Poultry Palace is a small farm on Whidbey Island, WA specializing in standard bred poultry for exhibition, meat and eggs. We raise a variety of breeds including two rare heritage breeds: Silver-gray Dorkings and Royal Palm Turkeys. Our focus is on breeding poultry for exhibition while retaining the economic qualities of each breed. (more...)


The Farmer's Wife

  Bessemer, PA

Located on the Ohio-Pa border, our 100 acre farm has been in the family for generations. Our heritage breeds are naturally-raised on organic pastures. The animals are fed only soy-free, organic grains (no hormones, medication or animal by-products), grown here on the farm plus all the green grass, clover and bugs they can eat. (more...)


TexasRanchDreams Farm

  Van Alstyne, TX

CLOSED FOR BUSINESS AND WILL NOT REOPEN - WE suggest you contact comebackcrrek.com a quality local farm that sells at the Dallas Farmers Market(more...)


Terre Verde Farm

  Otsego, MI    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Welcome! We are a small family farm in SW MI located halfway between Grand Rapids & Kalamazoo. Please contact us before arranging a visit. We'd hate to miss you. We believe in growing our heirloom produce and heritage breed animals naturally without synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, antibiotics or hormones. (more...)