Caveny Farm has Bourbon Red Heritage turkeys for your Holiday dinners. These tasty turkeys were the favorite farm raised turkey before the development of the double breasted varieties in the late 1940s. They are hands down the best turkey you will ever eat!
Now taking orders for Christmas 2014. TO PLACE AN ORDER -- please go to WWW.CAVENYFARM.COM. Birds may be picked up on farm or at one of24 Chicago area locations the weekend before the holiday. Please note our turkeys are flash frozen to maintain peak flavor and assure safer handling.
Caveny Farm has been raising Bourbon Reds for over 10 years. We were recognized as a Slow Food "Rare Breed Farmer". Our Slow Food heritage turkeys are raised on pastures with fresh air and room to exercise. All of our poultry gets a custom-formulated feed to supplement the pastures. No hormones or antibiotics. Visits are welcomed during the growing season, especially for youngsters, but please call ahead as we are a working farm.
ORDER A DELICIOUS BOURBON RED TURKEY at WWW.CAVENYFARM.COM Plan on 1 to 1 1/2 lbs of uncooked turkey per adult to have the bounty the season requires. We also offer smoked turkey. These are whole birds which make an impressive buffet item for a holiday gathering or can be a special treat just for your family. 12/10/14
Information about pick-up sites and times both locally and in the Chicago area are posted on the Caveny Farm website.
Orders may be picked up at Caveny Farm by appointment during the season. Shipping is available but you really should buy locally and get to know YOUR farmer. There is an $9.00 credit per bird for on farm pick-up.
John Caveny (and his wonderful wife) are an amazing asset to the Champaign/Urbana area. I recently had the opportunity to go visit their farm and was blown away by the knowledge and integrity they apply to raising their animals responsibly and as sustainably as possible.... [more]
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I was recently at a dinner where a Bourbon Red Heritage Turkey from Caveny Farm was served. The response was great! My friends and I were surprised by the difference the rich, flavorful meat tasted, as opposed to what we've come to believe the bland, grocery store turkey to taste like.... [more]