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Turkey: Necks [Pastured]


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Just in time for soup season! Whether you're wanting to make stock, or add some flavor and nutrients to your next meal, these Turkey Necks are the perfect addition. Turkey Necks are $4.50/lb and the average weight is 1.84 lbs. Click on this item to see the full description.

Description: Turkey necks are packed with nutrients, including protein, vitamins, and minerals. They are a rich source of collagen, which supports joint health, skin elasticity, and overall connective tissue strength. Gobbler's Ridge turkeys are raised with constant access to pasture. They are sheltered only from the elements and predators, and in addition to a foraged diet they are provided with non-GMO locally grown feed.

Weight and Price:
These Turkey Necks weigh between 1.66 -2.03 lbs. On the day of delivery a member from our team will weigh your specific wings and you will be charged the appropriate amount. Thighs are $4.50/lb and the average weight is 1.84 lbs.

Storage: Keep frozen until ready to use and thaw overnight in the refrigerator. These items can be kept frozen for 6 months from production.** Consume within four days of thawing. Do not refreeze thawed meat.

Gobblers Ridge Farm

Located in New Providence, and run by run by Katie and Henry Esch, Gobblers Ridge lambs are grassfed and grass finished. These animals have constant access to pasture and are never fed grain. In the winter months and dry seasons they feed on foraged grasses in the form of dried hay, baleage and silage. The farmers oversee the breeding and feeding of their animals from birth to slaughter.

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