Rainbow Ranch Farms

  (Pinon Hills, California)
Organic, free-range, pastured, grass-fed/finished, heritage-breeds,
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Best Prices & Highest Quality On Today's Market - Poultry, Pork, Beef, Lamb, Turkeys and Goat

HERITAGE TURKEYS

9 heritage (rare & endangered) breeds

Thus far we have hundreds of heritage turkeys reserved for 2011 thanksgiving! We offer 9 heritage (rare & endangered) breeds, grown out on pasture, grass fed, free range and grass finished on Certified Organic Fodder, beneath the warm sun and fresh breeze.

NO CORN - NO SOY - NO WHEAT - NO G.M.O.'s & GLUTEN FREE!!!!!

Orders are still coming in for heritage thanksgiving turkeys....

Grown out on pasture, grass fed, free range and grass finished on Certified Organic Fodder.

I am happy to discuss these subjects, please call me direct at 1-760-868-6206

SELECT YOUR TURKEY AND WATCH IT GROW!!!!

Our prices have stayed the same over the years and we do not anticipate an increase in prices. Our High Quality meats and customer service is second to none.

I am happy to discuss these subjects, please call me direct at 1-760-868-6206

NO MEDICATIONS - NO ANTIBIOTICS - NO MUTANT BIRDS!!!!!!!!!

This year we will also offer "Harvest Your Own Turkey" Workshop, here on the farm. We offer fresh shipping direct to your doorstep, on the week of thanksgiving and pick-up at the farm, as well as several drop -off points throughout California.

COME VISIT OUR FARM - VISIT YOUR TURKEY!!!!

Our gourmet turkeys will be available at a few small ma & pa health food stores, co-op's, specialty stores and C.S.A.'s..Call the farm for details 1-760-868-6206

I am happy to discuss these subjects, please call me direct at 1-760-868-6206

HUMANE HANDLING - SAFE & CLEAN RANGES!!!!!!!

Our turkey chicks are laid and hatched naturally here at the farm, and we also reserve heritage day-old turkey poults from a local, sustainable family hatchery from 1-2 years in advance: by doing our part, it helps to preserve the true heritage breeds of rare and endangered breeds often classified as critically endangered due to so many farmers (small family, commercial and industrialized farms) growing commercial giant white (broad Breasted White) and broad breasted bronze turkeys that grow to market weight as soon as 10-14 weeks from hatch.

Know Your Farmer - Know Your Food!!!!

I am happy to discuss these subjects, please call me direct at 1-760-868-6206

WARNING!

Growing commercial type turkeys often means that the farmer is using a commercial corn and soy based feed and most often this feed is medicated, sprayed with pesticides, and filled with antibiotics, digestive aids,and fillers, especially snce these types of birds are prone to many types of mutating diseases, such as, sinusitis, heart disease, lung disease, respiratory disease and so much more.

Commercial type turkeys are designed to feast on commercial feed 24 hours per day and grow quickly, often too fast for their organs to keep up. Some farmers find it funny that these turkeys get so big that the birds can barely walk to get water or find it some what entertaining that the birds suffer from leg problems too, and often are ridden to the ground until butchered.

Take a moment to ask yourself, "where does all that contaminated manure go"? "Do turkeys deserve torture"? and "why do we continue to support these sorts of practices"?

Ask to visit the farm, ask to see the feed tags, ask what breeds of turkeys they are growing, take pictures and do your research and get to know your food.

I am happy to discuss these subjects, please call me direct at 1-760-868-6206

Make an informed decision to buy healthy, happy food that is environmentally freindly and sustainable.

BUY LOCAL - BUY FRESH - BUY SUSTAINABLE -

I am happy to discuss the above subjects, please call me direct at 1-760-868-6206

          

I am happy to discuss the above subjects, please call me direct at 1-760-868-6206

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