One of the main benefits of regenerative, pasture-raised turkeys is that they are raised in a way that promotes soil health and biodiversity. Our turkeys are raised in a natural environment, where they have access to fresh air, sunshine, and a varied diet. We also raise our turkeys without using antibiotics, pesticides or artificial fertilizers on the pastures, and without hormones, all of which can be harmful to both the animals and the environment. We also raise our turkeys without feeding them GMO corn or soy feeds. By selecting a regenerative, pasture-raised turkey, you are making a more sustainable and ethical choice that reflects your family’s values.
Our regenerative, pasture-raised turkeys are also more nutritious than conventionally-raised turkeys. Research has shown that pasture-raised turkeys contain higher levels of vitamins A and E, as well as omega-3 fatty acids, than conventionally-raised turkeys. This means that choosing regenerative, pasture-raised turkeys can be a healthier option for those who are concerned about their nutrition.
Furthermore, regenerative, pasture-raised turkeys have cultural significance for many people. For Indigenous communities in North America, turkey has been an important part of their diet and culture for thousands of years. For these communities, the turkey represents abundance, community, and gratitude. Choosing regenerative, pasture-raised turkeys can be a way to honor and respect the cultural significance of this animal.
Our turkeys are raised in a way that promotes soil health and biodiversity, upholds animal welfare, and supports environmental sustainability. They are also more nutritious and have cultural significance for many people. This Thanksgiving, consider choosing a regenerative, pasture-raised turkey as a way to enjoy a delicious and meaningful meal that reflects your values.