Turkey producers - are you listed on our Turkey Finder?

Published 19 November 2021

Poultry
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The NFU's Turkey finder postcode search tool, hosted on our Countryside website, helps members of the public to find their local producer.

In 2019, the Turkey finder was viewed 12,000 times in the first week of December alone, at the culmination of last year's #BuyMyTurkey social media campaign. It is a great way for NFU members to promote their businesses and also champion British farming.

The Turkey Finder has had a revamp for 2020, and now includes an interactive map to make it even easier for users to locate their nearest producers.

NFU turkey group chairman Michael Bailey said:

“The NFU Turkey Finder is a fantastic free promotional tool for any farm fresh turkey business selling direct to the consumer from the farm gate.

"The online postcode search tool is easy to use and directs new customers to your business, with options to display your website, phone number and email address.

"The latest update to the Turkey Finder has made the search tool even more user friendly, making it easier for customers to find your business details which is beneficial as the highest margins will always be from direct sales at the farm gate."

How do I get listed?

If you are an NFU member producing turkeys and would like your business to feature on our Turkey Finder for free, please email TkZVUG91bHRyeUBuZnUub3JnLnVr with your name, membership number and company contact details.

♦ Visit the Turkey Finder and see examples of the details that we need to create your business listing.

How can I update my details?

If any of your details have changed, please let us know by emailing [email protected]

 

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