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Can I get a fresh local and possibly organic turkey in South Jersey?

Ellen Nov 14, 2006 10:08 PM

I used to get birds from the Amish markets in PA but now I'm in Cape May and would like to find a local source. Where can I get a good fresh bird, preferably organic or even heritage? There are no Wegmans here.

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    angulargyrus RE: Ellen Nov 15, 2006 11:04 AM

    Bonterra's Market, right off of Exit 36 of the GSP, takes orders for organic birds.


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      Ted in Central NJ RE: Ellen Nov 20, 2006 10:20 AM

      If you are lucky enough to have a Whole Foods Market near you, they have fresh organic turkeys right now--no ordering necessary. The price, $1.99/lb, is somewhat steep, however.

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        gjprice55 RE: Ellen Nov 22, 2006 09:11 PM

        Griggstown Farm. Near Priceton. Or you can just get a D'Atagnan one, which comes from Griggstown anyway.

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          jrd303 RE: gjprice55 Nov 23, 2006 02:37 AM

          Ordered one from Griggston the other day. 18-20 pounder cost $61 in case anyone was curious of price.

        2. potterstreet RE: Ellen Nov 24, 2006 07:18 PM

          ok, this is a bit late but our local shop rite in cherry hill was selling d'artagnan free range organic turkeys - a 17 pounder cost us $35.00 before our $10.00 discount. best turkey i ever ate!

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