21661 Staley Rd. Paris, IL 61944 Google Map (217)-275-3491



Turkeys arrive on our farm as day-old poults through the mail. Like chickens, they are placed in a brooder house with heat lamps.

Turkeys aren't known to be the smartest birds on the block...

They are notorious for eating bedding instead of their food, so they are raised on indoor/outdoor carpet for the first few days. We also drop marbles in their food and water containers because shiny objects attract them to their food source faster. 

After about a six-week stay in the brooder house, they are moved to pasture, where they have a portable structure for shade and shelter and an electrified poultry netting to protect them from predators. This enclosure also allows us to rotate the turkeys to fresh grass and bugs. They really enjoy chasing down grasshoppers!  

By raising the birds in a healthier environment, there is no need to use antibiotics or medicines in their feed. We grind our own feed using our own non-GMO corn mixed with bean meal and other essential vitamin and mineral supplements.

At thirteen to fourteen weeks of age, the turkeys are processed at Central Illinois Poultry Processing in Arthur, IL, a USDA-inspected facility. 

You will receive pre-wrapped frozen whole turkeys unless other arrangements are made. The turkeys range in size from 12-25 lbs. dressed weight. All turkeys will be frozen and available to be picked up at the farm or delivered one to two weeks prior to Thanksgiving. 

We suggest you pre-order to guarantee a bird for Thanksgiving or Christmas.  A $25 deposit is due at signing and is not refundable.


Our turkeys can be purchased on farm or can be delivered by clicking here.


 2016  Sale $ per lb.
Turkey  $2.50/lb  $3.40



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All Visitors Now Required to Sign Liability WaiversJuly 26th, 2019

We've had to make some changes for the 2019 season. Our insurance company is now requiring all farm visitors to read our farm safety rules and sign a liability waiver. Those who are under the age of 1

Travel Alert - Construction Planned Near the FarmMay 9th, 2019

If you have previously visited the farm, you probably know about or have even been across the low water crossing/slab on Staley Road near the farm. It appears the days of the low water crossing