Bristol Farms Free‑Range and Organic Turkeys from Mary’s

When it comes to putting on a spectacular Thanksgiving soirée, we can all admit that the turkey is the most stressful part of the meal. That’s where Mary’s free-range turkeys come to the rescue.

Since 1954, Mary’s Turkeys has been a family-owned and operated business with three generations of farmers who know the ins and outs of what it takes to raise some seriously delicious birds. Even more than that, they also take pride in bringing the turkeys up in humane conditions.

The entire stock at Mary’s Turkeys is free-range, fed a non-gmo vegetarian diet, and raised without any trace of antibiotics, preservatives or hormones. The birds are also locally-sourced and call California their home. To take it a step further, Mary’s Turkeys also offers certified organic birds.

Mary's preservative-free Heritage Turkeys.
Mary's preservative-free Heritage Turkeys.

For an even more interesting way to talk about the history of the Thanksgiving holiday, you can also purchase a Mary’s Heritage turkey. These birds are based off the first breed that ever existed in the United States! They naturally run and fly, resulting in larger thigh meat and slightly less breast meat for those who prefer the darker and more tender pieces. Another plus: this variety takes slightly less time to cook than a regular turkey!

Mary's antibiotic-free Heritage Turkeys.
Mary's antibiotic-free Heritage Turkeys.

One more way to save time and mess during the holiday is to pre-order a Bristol Farms Brined Turkey. This type still uses the free-range Mary’s bird that you know and trust, but is also pre-brined in our very own aromatic mixture for exceptional texture and flavor.

Here at Bristol Farms, we are proud to carry only the highest quality meats, such as Mary’s Turkeys, for you and your family to enjoy during special gatherings. Our fresh selection is hand-picked and can be found in our meat department while supplies last.

For more information on roasting instructions and the Mary’s way, please visit  https://www.marysturkeys.com/.