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Thanksgiving and Christmas are right around the corner. Perhaps you have the presents already boughten. Have you planned your meal yet? If you have not done so yet, let’s talk turkey!


Even though it doesn’t feel like fall quite yet, it will soon be time to order your Thanksgiving turkey from Gale Woods Farm. This year orders will be first come, first serve with a $25 deposit starting Monday, October 3. With 30 turkeys ranging from 10-22 pounds, now is the time to consider getting one for only $3.25 per pound. There are some things to keep in mind though when you get your Turkey from Gale Woods Farm!

  1. You pick it up fresh the two days before Thanksgiving. Times to pick up the turkey are yet to be determined.
  2. While the staff at Galel Woods tries to predict the size of the turkey’s from their pasture, they have learned they do not control the size. Therefore, the size is not guaranteed! Average size is 10-22 pounds.
  3. Turkeys are picked up and purchased on a first come, first serve basis. If you have your heart set on a specific size, the turkey that is s available may be larger or smaller than you were expecting. You know that although the turkey is delicious, there is an element of risk to this process.

Now if you are not looking for food options for the holidays yet, Gale Woods offers a lot more then just good food choices! They have a whole host of events going on at the farm. Check them out and then let them know you heard about it here at Examiner.com!

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