Wonnacott Farm Organic Produce
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Wonnacott Farm ~ Free Range Organic Turkeys

Soil Association Organic Standard

GB-ORG-05
EU Agriculture




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Traditional Norfolk Black Christmas Organic Turkeys. Organic lamb from our flock of Charollais, Suffolk and Roussin sheep. We grow organic oats, barley, wheat and peas for our animals. Organic beef from our small herd of South Devons.

Rearing Your Own Turkeys

Traditional Norfolk Black Christmas Organic Turkeys.There is nothing like rearing your own Christmas dinner! Whether this is just a small number for yourself and for family or a larger number to sell to others ……….turkeys can be a bit addictive!

We can supply day old turkeys or turkey poults off heat. You can be sure of a wonderful Christmas dinner for yourself and great satisfaction from your customers too!


Our turkeys are Norfolk Blacks and they are..

  • From parent birds kept on a free-range, organic system, so they should have a healthier start in life.
  • Bred naturally on our farm from small groups of stags and hens without the need for artificial insemination.
  • Hatched from eggs laid in March onwards at the natural time in the spring.(No restricted lighting is used).
  • A traditional slow growing breed that gives an excellent flavour and texture – the response from customers speaks for itself!


Traditional Norfolk Black Christmas Organic Turkeys.Oven ready weights
: You can expect weights between 4 and 6kgs from hens and between 7 and 10kgs from stags. The early May hatched birds will tend to have heavier weights than the June hatch but all will be ready in time for Christmas. They have a much longer life than most other turkeys and this is indeed a good selling point!


Hatching and prices for 2015
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Dates and prices will be available from 1st February 2015.



traditional Norfolk Black Christmas organic turkeysPlease contact us by phone on 01837 871238
or email rosieyells@lineone.net to order or to discuss.
We will be pleased to share our experience of the do and don’ts of rearing turkeys!
We look forward to hearing from you..