Free Range Bronze Turkey
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Award Winning
Free Range Norfolk Black & Bronze Christmas Turkeys

Free Range Turkeys

At Whitwell Hall Farms, you are guaranteed a turkey that is reared to the highest welfare standards with a true “traditional taste” to savour.

Christmas Turkeys

Take a look at the Our Turkeys section and discover the 11 point quality code we follow to guarantee our Christmas turkeys do not disappoint. We also offer handy tips on how to cook your turkey, helping to ensure your Christmas dinner has an extra special, delicious touch.

Our recently converted smokehouse enables us to offer a wide range of smoked products, including succulent smoked duck and smoked chicken breasts. We use the traditional smoking process, combining molasses and whisky infused oak chippings to create sensational flavours.

We are also developing a new range for Christmas that includes two bird roasts with chestnut, orange and thyme stuffing and chicken and duck ballotines with stuffing.

Norfolk Bronze Turkeys

Black Turkeys

Our Norfolk bronze turkeys have recently won a gold Great Taste Award for the second year running. Norfolk black turkeys have a longer, narrower breast with a slightly gamier flavour, while the bronze are plumper and come in heavier weights. Turkey is low in fat and high in protein and offers good value for money compared to beef or lamb.

Why Free Range Christmas Turkeys?

Christmas just wouldn’t be the same without a traditional turkey dinner, so why not treat your family and friends and add a special touch to your Christmas day with one of our superb Norfolk black or bronze turkeys? Whether you’re catering for a large or small group of people, we offer a range of different sized birds to suit all parties.

Our free range turkeys are full of flavour as they are slow grown without any antibiotics or growth promoters.

Your Christmas turkey can be bought online, by phone, e-mail, or at the farm gate.

"We loved the succulent meat - the breast meat is sweet and buttery, while the dark meat has a delicious gamey flavour"

As recommended by BBC GoodFood Magazine

Pig and Poulty Awards 2014