The strain of turkey raised at Greenacres is most often labeled broadbreasted, giant, or domestic white. While this is the most popular commercially-produced turkey found in supermarkets, the Greenacres birds are all-natural and raised on a diet of grass and insects. The turkeys can currently be seen in their free range pen in front of the Greenacres store on Spooky Hollow Road, Indian Hill.
The turkeys are 20-22 weeks old when harvested and average 20 pounds each (sold at $3.99/pound). Greenacres prepares and packages the birds ready-to-cook, and accepts cash and checks upon pickup.
If you are interested in placing a turkey order, please contact the Greenacres Foundation store at (513) 891-4227. The store is open Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Any remaining turkeys after Thanksgiving may be available for Christmas and other December holidays, but will be stored frozen for purchase in December.
Greenacres Foundation is a non-profit, private operating foundation established in 1988 by Louis and Louise Nippert. The Nipperts purchased Greenacres Farm in 1949 and wanted to preserve the land for the education and enjoyment of future generations. The farm store typically carries fresh brown eggs, seasonal produce, and freshly-harvested meats, all raised on the farm. Contact the store to discover what's currently in stock.