Missouri Turkey Farms
The below 2 Missouri Turkey farms and ranches sell direct to consumers.
Any heritage breeds, free-range or specialty services are listed next to the farm.
Why buy local? Freshness, care, variety and the ability to deal directly with the person raising your livestock or poultry.
This list isn't necessarily meant to be a complete listing, but more of a listing of consumer-oriented farms that focus on quality.
If you are looking for a great place to buy fresh meat then stop here first. Also, please shoot me your experiences (positive or negative) or help me add any that should be listed here.
To submit a request, go to the add or update a farm page or email me the information - farms(AT)tipsforBBQ.com.
Freshness is probably one of the best reasons to buy poultry locally. In my Smoked Thanksgiving Turkey recipe I explain what to look for when buying a turkey. In short, avoid "enhanced" turkeys especially if you'll be brining it. By supporting your local farmers you'll can get the same great birds from year to year AND they'll be fresh.
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||Three Spring Farms LLC
1097 Perry County Road 330
|We raise grassfed beef primarily and we have been in business since 2011. Our bulls are South Poll and we are gradually transforming our herd toward a shorter frame with lighter color suitable for the Missouri climate and terrain. We began raising chickens and turkeys on grass in 2012. Most of our customers are from Missouri and Illinois: many from Saint Louis. Come visit the farm!
||Troup Land & Livestock LLC
Troup Land & Livestock LLC
PO Box 3049
Springfield, MO 65808
|Troup Land & Livestock started in 2010 when we became involved with sustainable agriculture and rotational grazing of our cattle. We wanted to farm better and get more out of our land than conventional farming would allow. Setting out to build a business that could offer superior food we refined our intensive grazing practices and added poultry and lamb to our product line.
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