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You can be sure that when you buy a turkey direct from the farm it has been produced to high animal welfare standards, fed a natural diet, bred for its natural flavour and reared locally. Use our Turkey Finder tool to find a local producer near you.
You can also download our British Turkey leaflet 2014 which contains practical tips from preparation to cooking times.
Also on this site: Those all important cooking times, some brilliant recipes, fascinating turkey facts and even meet some of our fantastic farmers who work hard all year to bring traditional farm fresh turkey to you at Christmas.
Mike Bailey (pictured above), Vice Chairman of the NFU Poultry Board, says: "There's nothing better than a fresh, locally produced, great tasting turkey to grace your dinner table at Christmas. With producers listed from across the UK it's the ideal way to order a quality turkey for the big day."
We've also put together the answers to some of the questions you may have about LA-MRSA.
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Cooking tips and recipes for turkey, includes advice on handling, defrosting, cooking times, leftovers and how to carve your bird at your Christmas dinner table. read more...
All you need to know about turkeys. Find out which are the main turkey breeds and some fun facts about these birds. read more...
Meet the British farmers who produce fresh, traditional and tasty turkey all year round. Find out why it's important to buy local. read more...
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UK Turkeys is packed with cooking tips, recipes, cooking times, our turkey finder with nearly 500 producers, meet the farmers and festive ideas for your Christmas dinner.
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