Thanksgiving Turkeys at the Co-op


Get your fresh, local turkey from City Market, starting as low as $3.19/lb! We carry a variety of options from Stonewood Farm in Orwell, Misty Knoll Farm in New Haven, Adams Turkey Farm in Westford, Maple Wind Farm in Huntington. Learn more about our turkey farms.

Order Your Turkey Today!

  • Stonewood Farm (fresh, antibiotic-free): $3.19/lb
  • Misty Knoll Farm (fresh, antibiotic-free, free-range): $3.49/lb
  • Adams Turkey Farm (fresh, antibiotic-free): $3.89/lb
  • Maple Wind Farm (fresh, pasture-raised, antibiotic-free, GMO-free feed, air-chilled*): $4.99/lb

pre-order here

Pre-order deadlines: Sun, Nov 13 for all farms (except Misty Knoll Farm: Wed, Nov 16)

For questions, please call the Meat & Seafood department: 861-9705.

We will also have a variety of organic and conventional turkeys available without a reservation leading up to Thanksgiving.

When Can I Pick-Up My Turkey?

If you would like to pick-up your turkey prior to the dates listed, please call 861-9705.

  • Stonewood Farm: Sat, Nov 19 - Wed, Nov 23
  • Misty Knoll Farm: Tues, Nov 22 - Wed, Nov 23
  • Adams Turkey Farm: Sun, Nov 20 - Wed, Nov 23
  • Maple Wind Farm: Sun, Nov 20 - Wed, Nov 23

For your convenience, our Meat & Seafood counter has extended its hours on Monday, November 21 - Wednesday, November 23 to be open from 7:00am to 10:00pm (the counter is open 8:00am to 9:00pm on Sunday; store is closed on Thanksgiving Day).


Please note:

We will do our best to get the size that you specify, but please keep in mind that weights can vary from animal to animal.

While our local birds are considered "fresh", we occasionally receive some that are partially frozen. Please plan ahead with enough time to thaw your turkey.

Plus! When you pick up your turkey, you'll receive a coupon for $2 off your turkey!

*What is Air-Chilled?

To cool poultry to the correct temperature after slaughter, most farms immerse the birds in cold water. This can cause the meat to absorb extra water and also creates greater risk of cross-contamination between birds. The air-chilling method uses several chambers of cold air instead. Without the added moisture, air-chilled birds have better, less diluted flavor.


Our Turkey Farms

Want to learn more about the turkeys we are offering? Check out this helpful guide.

Turkey Cooking Tips

Use this guide to learn how to thaw, brine, and roast your turkey. We also include ideas on using local vegetables in your side dishes and a recipe for turkey soup!

Turkey Cooking Tips


Thanksgiving Tips

Figure out how much food to prepare for your guests, see some holiday tips, and check out some of our favorite recipes by clicking below!

Thanksgiving Meal Tips