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    This Thanksgiving, Know Where Your Turkey Comes From!

    This Thanksgiving, Know Where Your Turkey Comes From!

    This Thanksgiving, it’s all about quality over quantity! Celebrate with an heirloom turkey you can trace to the family farm it was raised in.

    With the holiday just around the corner, Farmer Focus adds Organic Single Origin Broad Breasted Turkey to its lineup of humanely raised organic chicken.

    Farmer Focus Organic Poultry adds turkey to its lineup of humanely raised chicken, bringing delicious poultry to the Thanksgiving table. Each Farmer Focus Broad Breasted Bronze Turkey is humanely raised on an independent family farm, in the picturesque Shenandoah Valley. Unlike commercially bred birds, this breed of heirloom turkey has a long purebred lineage. This means they grow more slowly, as did farm-raised birds of the past. That longer grow time leads to a more tender, juicier, and better-tasting bird.

    All Farmer Focus turkeys and chickens have a Farm ID, creating a distinctly farm-to-table experience, by allowing you to explore the farm where your poultry was raised. Turkeys were raised on two farms—Nash Hill Farms (Farm ID: NHTF), by Farmer Focus CEO and founding farmer Corwin Heatwole, and Round Hill Farms (Farm ID: MTRH), by the Thompsons, a family of third-generation farmers.

    “Growing up on the farm, I remember all of the hard work that my mother put into providing us kids with delicious, yet simple meals, says Corwin Heatwole, Farmer Focus CEO and founding farmer. “It always tasted better, because we knew where it came from and how much care went into both the raising and the cooking. My family started raising turkeys in the hopes of bringing the same experience to more families.”


    Due to the higher quality turkey, Farmer Focus recommends only a simple dry brine on their turkey.

    Farmer Focus Turkey will retail from $4.99 to $5.99 per pound, with an average weight of around 13 pounds, making this the perfect alternative for the smaller gatherings expected this holiday season.

    Larger turkeys take longer to cook, making the outer meat more likely to dry out. Birds under 14 pounds tend to cook more evenly, giving you consistent and delicious turkey. Each Farmer Focus turkey will feed about six to eight people. For larger gatherings, two turkeys will take a similar time to cook as one larger bird.

    Farmer Focus is available at select grocer retailers on the East Coast and Mid-West, including Kroger, Fresh Thyme, Publix, and online at The new Farmer Focus Turkey will be available from now through December, exclusively at select Kroger locations, all Fresh Thyme locations, natural stores, and online.

    To learn more about Farmer Focus and meet the farmer raising turkeys, visit

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