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Nov 15, 2010 09:51 AM

Turkey Inards on Long Island

Where can I get just the Innards ,or just tails and necks separate from the whole bird.

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  1. Try Miloski's turkey farm in Calverton.

    1. Why don't you google to find a list of poultry farms on LI. I'm sure you can get them there. Zorn's is one, but I know there are others.

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      1. re: synergy

        Zorns isn't a poultry farm (or, at least, it isn't any more); they contract with farms. I don't know where they are located.

        Try calling Makinajian; I'm not sure if they have turkey, though:

        Otherwise, Miloski's is probably the best bet, though a local butcher might have them.

        1. re: Scott_R

          To be clearer: I should have written "...where those farms are located."

          1. re: Scott_R

            Pennsylvania somewhere. I was wondering why you didn't know where Zorns was ;-)

            There used to be a little poultry farm in Holtsville or Holbrook, at the intersection of Patchogue/Holbrook Rd and Union Ave, an Italian name that I can't recall. I used to go in and see them cutting the heads off the turkeys right in the back room. I moved away about 8 years ago so not sure if they're still there, which would be a shame since they seemed like they had been there forever.

            1. re: coll

              Bello Poultry Market 411 Union Avenue, Holbrook, NY?

              1. re: Scott_R

                That's it, are they still there? I hope so.

                1. re: coll

                  There's a phone# on line I'll give a call

                  1. re: scunge

                    Great I'm curious if they're still around! Nice old fashioned kind of place, surviving in the middle of suburbia.

                    If not, Milkowski's will take care of you, they have quite a flock of turkeys roaming their yard last I passed them. Plus they have duck fat, which is nice to put on the turkey itself.

                    1. re: scunge

                      I've called a number of times and have never managed to get an English speaker on the phone. Let us know what you find out!