Let's talk turkeys and truth.

January 27, 2020

Let's talk turkey. I want to ask, what's really put into raising your meat?

✔ Green pastures
✔ Fresh air
✔ Natural forage
✔ Local, non-GMO feed

And of course, the sweat, tears, laughter, occasional argument, and everlasting love that comes with the work of our family and farm team. :)

At least, that's what goes into every Riemer Family Farm product. No fillers. No MSG. No junk. Nothing that shouldn't be there.

Unfortunately, that is not true for all meat.

Yes, you can go to the store and buy an "all natural, antibiotic free turkey breast" but what does that really mean?

It means exactly what you see below. The turkeys are raised by the thousands in closed barns that you need a suit to enter.

This is a screenshot of an industry leader's "Farm to Family" page.


Where are the turkeys? 

Not outside. Not living naturally. They are inside that closed barn!That's simply not good enough. For the turkeys or the people who eat them.This is how we prefer to "naturally" raise our turkeys... 


As listed above, green pastures, fresh air, natural forage, etc., that's how we "naturally" raise our turkeys.

The cost of food is so much more than a dollar sign. It's the environment. It's animal welfare. It's our health and our children's futures.

We know finding local, well raised meat isn't always easy, but that's why we started to do it, ourselves. So that other families could also have access to good, healthy, delicious, and ethically raised food. 

Pasture raised products (raised by farmers you know by name and trust) that are truly healthy and nourishing for you and your family CANNOT be found just anywhere. Especially turkey!

We are proud to share our family's farm products with you to give you peace of mind and a delicious meal.

Shop our Pastured Turkey Collection Now 

Take control of your family's wellness, one meal at a time.

Thanks for reading. Please feel free to share with friends.

Anastasia Wolf-Flasch

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