This post has been updated for 2017. Click here for Fresh Turkeys in Bucks – 2017.
Repeat after me…“I will not buy a frozen supermarket turkey this year.” There. Was that so hard? Especially since we’ve pulled together where you can get fresh, natural turkeys in Bucks County – 2013 edition.
Not all are raised here (some come from Lancaster County or New Jersey), but they are all fresh and can be picked up just before Thanksgiving. And don’t dilly-dally. Some of these producers/vendors may sell out!
How much turkey should you order? A good rule of thumb is 1 pound per person (remember there are bones and such which add to the overall weight of the bird). This will give you some leftovers. If you want a lot of leftovers then plan on 1 ½ pounds per person.
This is an alphabetical list of markets, farms and producers where you can get the birds, along with key information. If no price is listed, feel free to call. Some places didn’t have prices at press time. I apologize if I have omitted a good source. Be sure to let me know, and I’ll add them to the list. Also, keep Christmas in mind too, since most of these suppliers also have turkeys (and ducks) for the December holidays.
For where you can get fresh turkeys…
812 N. Easton Rd Doylestown, PA 18901 – 215.489.8889
85 N. York Rd Warminster, PA 18974 – 215.672.5439
Fresh, local farm-raised turkeys by Loag’s Corner Turkey Farm. More information coming soon.
Birchwood Farms (Newtown/Upper Makefield)
428 Brownsburg Rd.
Newtown, PA 18940
Store Hours M-F 10-6 Sat 9-4
Turkeys are Red Bourbon “Heritage” turkeys, organically raised (but not certified), antibiotic-free, and pastured on a small Pennsylvania farm. Hens will weigh between 9-15 lbs., toms will weigh between 18-22 lbs. Price: $8-9 / lb. A $25 deposit per bird must accompany the order. Quantities are limited. You may place orders over the phone with a credit card deposit or in person at the store. When ordering, customers may request smaller or larger birds. Exact weights will not be known until harvest.
Blue Moon Acres Farm Market (Pennington, NJ)
11 Willow Creek Drive
Whole turkeys from Lancaster Farm Fresh (access to pasture, free of antibiotics and hormones, organic feed) are $6/lb. They are also offering whole turkeys, boneless turkey breasts, capons and pheasant from Griggs Farm Poultry. Click here for more pricing information and details. Orders are due by November 10 with a $10 deposit. Pick up day is Wednesday, November 27.
Bolton’s Farm Market (Silverdale)
Store hours: Mon – Fri 9:30-6, Sat 9:30-5
Thanksgiving Week: Mon 9-6, Tues 8-7 (try to stay away from 10 to 2), Weds 7-5 (ditto), closed T’giving Day
Turkeys are fresh, all natural, raised on Bolton’s farm [editor’s note: one of only two farms raising turkeys in Bucks County], no hormones or antibiotics, fed no animal by-products, and raised in large pens. The smallest birds are 10-12 lbs, the largest are approximately 38-40 lbs. Price: $3.09/lb. Call or stop by the store to order, at least 2 weeks before Thanksgiving – do not leave a message; wait to speak to someone. Pick-up is at the store the Tuesday or Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Cash or personal checks only. YOUR TURKEY MUST BE ORDERED AHEAD and will be waiting for you!
Ely’s Farm Products (Newtown/Upper Makefield)
401 Woodhill Rd., Newtown, PA 18940
Store Hours: Thurs 9-5, Fri 9-5, Sat 9-2
Thanksgiving Week: Wednesday
Fresh, all natural Pennsylvania turkeys, weighing between 12-14 lbs. at the smallest, 30 lbs. at the largest. Can call or stop in at the store to order. Pick up is on Wednesday, November 27 from 9 am – 5 pm. Can order up until Thanksgiving week but could run out of the size you want, so order as early as possible. Also have available: sausage (for stuffing), cranberry sauce, specialty bologna, and artisanal cheeses (made on the farm!). [No price at press time; check later this week. Will be between $3-4/lb.]
Fairview Farm (Pineville)
831 Pineville Road
Pineville, PA 18946
Turkeys are fresh, from a family farm near Lancaster (they’ve gotten them there for about 20 years), raised in large barns, commercial feed, no antibiotics, no animal by-products in feed. The smaller birds are 10-12 lbs, the largest are 30 lbs. Price: $2.65/ lb. Call or stop in to the market to order by November 18th, earlier if you want a 25 lb. or larger bird. Pick up at the market on the Tuesday (9:30 – 6) or Wednesday (9:30 – 3) before the holiday.
Haring Brothers (Doylestown/Danboro)
5484 Haring Rd
Doylestown, PA 18902
Turkeys are fresh, antibiotic/steroid-free, from a farm in Lancaster County. Birds are available from 12 lbs. up to 30 lbs. at $2.89 / lb. Call or stop by the store to order. They probably will have turkeys up until Thanksgiving, but if you want a particular size, order earlier. Pick up at the store the Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday before Thanksgiving (also available the weekend before). Will also be open the Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving (if you’re doing the holiday a little later!).
1380 Easton Road
Warrington Pa, 18976
Yes. Heller’s Seafood. Who’d thunk it? Turns out they’ve been selling fresh, free range turkeys from a Lancaster farm for 25 years. Birds will be 12-14 lbs. or 14-16 lbs. They are still waiting on a price from the farm but they are taking orders. Also, don’t miss their oyster stuffing for $8.99/lb.
Hendricks Farm and Dairy (Telford)
202 Green Hill Road
Telford, Pa 18969
Free-range, no antibiotics, no hormones, no animal by products, “all natural” Pennsylvania turkeys. Birds are available from 12 lbs. up to 30 lbs. at $4.30/lb. Contact by November 17th with your order. They will also have boneless turkey roasts for $7.25/lb, and boneless white/dark roasts for $6.65/lb.
365 Folly Rd.
Chalfont, PA 18914
Illg’s sells fresh, all natural turkeys raised on a Lancaster farm, fed a vegetarian diet from grains raised on the farm and get plenty of fresh water and room to roam (sounds like a good life). Whole turkeys are $3.29/lb. and turkey breasts are $4.89/lb. They are accepting orders at the store until Thursday November 14. Pick up is on Tuesday or Wednesday before Thanksgiving.
Jamie Hollander Gourmet Foods
409 West Bridge Street
New Hope, PA 18938
In addition to making wonderful Thanksgiving “take away” dinners, you can also get a fresh turkey from Jamie Hollander. They get their turkeys from the third-generation Koch’s Farm in Tamaqua, PA. They are not only all-natural (vegetarian-fed, no hormones or antibiotics) but also Certified Humane®, which means the farm must meet rigorous standards for the humane treatment of their animals. Turkeys are $5.50/lb. and come already brined (!). Whole turkeys come in small, medium and large. Small (12-16 lbs.) serves 6-10 people, medium (16-20 lbs.) serves 10-14, and large (20+lbs) serves 14+. Orders are due by 7pm on Friday, November 22 for pick-up by Wednesday November 27.
Maximuck’s Farm Market (Doylestown)
5793 Long Lane Road
Doylestown, PA 18902
Store Hours: Tue-Sat 10 am – 5 pm. Sun 10 am – 4 pm.
Fresh turkeys from a Lancaster family farm located near Leola. Antibiotic-free. Turkeys are available from around 15 to 30 pounds. Price: $2.99/lb. for turkeys, $3.99/lb. for just breast. Taking orders until the weekend before Thanksgiving. Turkeys will be available for pickup the Tuesday and Wednesday before Thanksgiving.
Naturally @ Holben Valley Farm
At the Wrightstown Farmers’ Market and the Doylestown Farmers’ Market (both on Saturday mornings) Email: email@example.com
All turkeys range from 14 to 25 lbs. and priced at $3.95/lb. The pick-up date will be Tuesday, November, 26th at the Wrightstown and Doylestown Farmers’ Markets with time TBD. Email them at or stop by their market booth to place your order.
None Such Farm Market (Buckingham)
Rt. 263 (York Road), ¼ mile south of Rt. 413
4458 York Road, Buckingham, PA 18912
Free range, “all natural,” hormone and antibiotic-free turkeys from Sensenig Turkey Farm in Lititz, PA. Whole turkeys available in 12 weight ranges from 10 lbs. to 34 lbs. (in 2 lb. increments) Price: $3.79/lb. Bone-in turkey breast also available for 4-6 lbs. all the way up to 14-16 lbs. at $4.39/lb. Boneless turkey breast, rolled and tied, at 4-5 lbs. each are available at $6.89/lb. Call the Meat Shop & Deli at the market at 215. 794-5201, ext. 1 . They will start taking orders on November 4 up until November 18. Pick up at the store the Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday before Thanksgiving.
Organnon’s Natural Market
591 Durham Road
Wrightstown, PA 18940
Organnon’s, the newest natural food market in Bucks, is offering Mary’s Free Range Organic Turkeys for $4.23/lb. Call or come into the store to reserve.
Purely Farm Organically Pastured Meats (Pipersville)
55 B Municipal Road
Pipersville, PA 18947
Joanna and Marc Michini raise pastured, all natural turkeys (in addition to pork and chicken), average between 14 and 29 pounds, at $5.14/lb. [Editor’s note: one of only two farms raising turkeys in Bucks County.] Due to their limited supply they recommend reserving a Thanksgiving bird as soon as possible. To reserve a turkey mail a non-refundable deposit of $40 payable to Joanna Michini, or drop the deposit off at the farm. There is a designated drop box beside their mail box. If a specific size is desired, please come early on pick-up day. Pick-up will be Tuesday, November 26th from 1 to 8 pm. Feel free to contact them with any questions at 215-317-0889.
Snipes Farm & Education Center
890 W Bridge Street
Morrisville, PA 19067
215.295.1139 x 102
Snipes, the third farm to raise turkeys in Bucks County, is selling their own turkeys raised on the farm. The turkeys “roam free, able to eat bugs and pasture grasses as they please” and have been given a feed that is free from genetically modified organisms, pesticides, medications and soy. The size of the turkeys will vary from 16 – 30lbs. and will be first come-first serve so if there is a specific size you need be sure to come early. Price is $4.50/lb. The turkeys will be distributed FRESH on Tuesday, November 26 from 2-6pm. Snipes asks for a $50 deposit to reserve the turkey. Questions? Contact Toria Harr at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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