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It is TIME to Order Your Turkey!

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

Thanksgiving comes but once a year and we have the goods.  Well, we are supplying the goods to our market, Brick Farm Market.

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Pasture-raised heritage breed turkeys. Never given antibiotics or hormones, these birds are out in the fields every day picking through grasses and soil for greens, seeds, insects and other manna. And they are delicious! It's an important holiday for family (and for eating, and football, of course) so this is the time to get the best bird possible.

But where to order?? It's easy.  You can either go to the Brick Farm Market in person in Hopewell. Or click the image below to be taken to our menu and online ordering form.

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In addition to the bird, the market also has everything from pies, breads, gravies and sides to hors d'oeuvres. Everything fresh. Everything delicious.

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