Wild Turkey Farms
  • WTF News- July 25th

    Happy Friday!


    We're sending this out early to give you a heads up- We will NOT be at the markets this weekend.  Sorry for the inconvenience but we'll be back next week.


    Want to learn how to kill and process your own chickens?  This is your chance to learn from our 15 years & thousands of chickens worth of experience.

    - Wild Turkey Farms will host a workshop at the farm on July 29 4-7pm.  This workshop will teach you how to quickly and humanely kill, pluck, eviscerate, and cut up a chicken.  We'll cover the best techniques and  management practices for safely processing chickens.  Please email me if you are interested.


    For our Charlotte Peeps- Don't forget that we are keeping some items stocked atGreeneman Farms in the 7th Street Market.  They usually keep a variety of WTF products including our sausages, hotdogs, ham steaks, and chicken.  If they don't keep what you want in stock, we'll be glad to drop off an order for you there so you can pick it up at your convenience.  


    Don't forget to check out our Wild Turkey Farms Facebook page and "like" us to get the most up to date info.



    We hope that you'll support some of the chefs & businesses that support us & other local farmers.

    300 East- Charlotte

    Greeneman Farms @ 7th Street Market- Charlotte

    Pure Pizza @ 7th St Market - Charlotte

    Whiskey Warehouse- Charlotte

    Fork- Cornelius

    Napa On Providence - Charlotte

    The Asbury at The Dunhill Hotel- Charlotte

    The Wineshop at Foxcroft- Charlotte

    Heirloom- Charlotte

    The Prickly Pear- Mooresville

    Customshop- Charlotte

    Block & Grinder- Charlotte

    Passion 8 Bistro- Rock Hill


    Thanks for your support, have a great weekend, and we'll see you at the market.


    Lee, Domisty, Rosty, & Charlie

    Wild Turkey Farms LLC

    China Grove, NC
  • Results of First Market Chef Competition
    This past Saturday at the Salisbury Farmer's Market was our first installment of the Market Chef Competition.
    It was a lot of fun!!
    There were a few kinks that had to be worked out in the beginning but in the end it turned out great & I think our participants had a blast!
    I've even heard a few other people say they are thinking of signing up to do the next round of Market Chef.
    To keep it interesting we'll change up the rules a tad but it will still be a lot of fun for all involved.
    Since WTF donated Sweet Italian Sausage to be used in the competition Domisty got to be the "Surprise Judge."
    Read all about the competition in the Salisbury Post.
    And don't forget to sign up for the next Market Chef competition......

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Salisbury Post:

Mobile Processing Unit

Charcuterie 101

The Wild Turkey Way

Winston-Salem Journal:

Farming with Animal Welfare in Mind

Davidson News:

Turkey-to-Table 101

Raleigh News & Observer:

Mobile Processing Unit

North Carolina Farm Bureau:

Wild Side of Turkey Farming

University City Magazine:

Talking Turkey