Abundant Life Farm will have whole turkeys available for Thanksgiving.
After the untimely deaths of Scott and Marylin Jondle, who owned and operated the farm, family and friends have worked to sell the remaining livestock and meat products. They plan to butcher 150 turkeys during the first week of November, and have them ready for sale by mid-month. Processed birds will weigh between 12 and 24 pounds.
The turkeys are being raised on pasture, without added hormones or antibiotics.
Place Your Order
Contact: Beth Beach
Farm Phone: 503-623-6378
Pick-Up Date: November 15th and 16th, 7am to 11pm
Location: Abundant Life Farm, 16055 Gilliam Rd. Dallas, OR
Note: Beef, chicken, pork, and lamb may also be available.
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