Review for: Pastured American Bronze Turkeys
from: Heritage Turkey Farm
Turkeys for the Elite
By: The 99% (Nov 19, 2011)
I'm sure these are delicious Turkeys but your average working class family sure can't afford them! Organic Turkeys for the rich as the 99% won't be having them served on their table. Unfortunely many Americans will be getting there Thanksgiving meal from the food bank. The gap between the rich & poor has never been wider and growing every day. Remeber that as your stuffing your face...
Comments on this Review:
The 1% says: (Nov 23, 2011)
I presume that this individual's inability to spell correctly, or to use appropriate language (please in the future note the difference between Their / There and Your / You're), and therefore an assumed inability to fill out an application for any job other than as a convenience store clerk or dog walker, provides ample free time to pen such ridiculous diatribes. Happy Thanksgiving!
Maggie A calmels says: (Oct 18, 2012)
says: (Oct 24, 2012)
Must we go to war over a review? I agree the price is high. But, this guy is probably barely breaking even. If you can't afford to have someone else do all the work for you, try doing it yourself and you will gain the knowledge of why the price is up there. I live in the country and raise my own turkeys, chickens, ducks, geese and vegetables. It's not cheap and it's a lot of work. I am not in the 1%. I raise as much of my own food as I can. My food is free-ranged, home-grown and processed by me. Therefore, my food is better than the "super-market" variety. I said better, not cheaper. No, I don't work, I'm retired after 41 years. My penmanship is not the best. Don't attack one another. Aim your anger at our government, who causes these prices to be high. High oil prices affect every item you use, wear, eat, etc.
Brian Kile says: (Nov 1, 2012)
It's unfortunate that we do have to pay high prices for quality foods. Not gourmet. Not imported. Just quality foods raised in a healthy environment by farmers and their families who care about what they and YOU put on your table. But as part of the 99% you do have a voice. Demand that commercial producers switch to organic, sustainable and above all healthy methods of providing us food. And if you think the farmers are making all the money...Go talk to the people at Jennie-O and ask what their bottom line is and what means they took to keep their costs down at the expense of your family's health.