Great Grove Poultry Christmas Turkeys

Great Grove Poultry

Whews Farm,
Caston, Attleborough,
Norfolk,
NR17 1BS

www.greatgrovepoultry.co.uk

01953 483216

About The Farm

Welcome to Great Grove Poultry

Free Range Woodland Turkeys

Arriving in May and June direct from the hatchery they are cared for by dedicated stockmen who take pride in their work. Once old enough they are left to wander in ancient woodland and basically as with the geese do as they please, not harassed and just living naturally. They have access to straw-bedded barns at night, but quite often choose to sleep outside depending on the weather.

Great Grove Poultry is a traditional family run farm. All of our Norfolk Turkeys and Geese are free to roam around our 35 acres of Norfolk woodland and grassland enhancing a stress-free environment.

Using an aged old method of farming we allow our traditional Norfolk Turkeys and Geese plenty of time to grow to maturity giving a far superior quality bird with natural gamey flavours. Everything is prepared on the farm, graded and game hung in large chillers (minimum 10 days) to make them exceptionally tender, adding all the natural flavours that this type of production depends on.

Why are our birds so different?

Reared with free access to grass and woodland with shelter if needed.

Fed on a cereal-based diet of wheat and oats.

We only use slow-growing breeds, which are grown to full maturity (24-27 weeks) giving them a layer of fat to aid the cooking making the meat nice and juicy.

Dry plucked by hand by a team of people who care.

Hung for a minimum of 10 days, to maximise those natural, gamey flavours.

Sinews pulled.

Vacuum-packed giblets.

Individually wrapped in greaseproof paper and presented with herbs and recipe booklet in a special carry home box.

Presentation

Once eviscerated the birds are wrapped in greaseproof, placed in a special carry home box with some herbs and a recipe leaflet, which gives advice on how to cook it and cooking times…
so you can’t go wrong!

Free Range Woodland Turkeys

Arriving in May and June direct from the hatchery they are cared for by dedicated stockmen who take pride in their work. Once old enough they are left to wander in ancient woodland and basically as with the geese do as they please, not harassed and just living naturally. They have access to straw-bedded barns at night, but quite often choose to sleep outside depending on the weather.

Great Grove Woodland Bronze Turkeys
Great Grove Christmas Turkeys

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