The Hills Market - Turkey Preorders

Online ordering is now available for your fresh Thanksgiving turkey! Please take a look at our selection below. If anything is listed as Sold Out, we may have a very limited number still available and you should call the store to check availability.

Tea Hills Broad Breasted Bronze $6.99/lbs

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Tea Hills Broad Breasted Bronze $6.99/lbs

5.00
sold out

Ohio Free ranged organic turkey, antibiotic, chemical free!  Comes in a wide variety of sizes.  

Bronze Turkeys are the heavyweight of the Turkey class. They were developed as a meat producing variety though they are no longer favored in commercial production because of their dark pin feathers.

The Bronze was developed in the 1700’s in the United States from wild strains of similar coloration crossed with turkeys brought from Europe. This breed was progressively selected for larger breast and legs and became an important commercial turkey until they were replaced with Broad Breasted White turkeys. They were admitted to the American Standard of Perfection in 1874.

General Turkey Tips

Buy the right size turkey – Whole Turkey- 1 pound per person / Turkey Breast-1/2 pound per person


Storing turkey – Turkey can be held 3 to 4 days in the coldest part of the refrigerator. To hold an extra day or two, place in freezer for several hours to chill and then place in the refrigerator.

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Ohio Free ranged organic turkey, antibiotic, chemical free!  Comes in a wide variety of sizes.  

Bronze Turkeys are the heavyweight of the Turkey class. They were developed as a meat producing variety though they are no longer favored in commercial production because of their dark pin feathers.

The Bronze was developed in the 1700’s in the United States from wild strains of similar coloration crossed with turkeys brought from Europe. This breed was progressively selected for larger breast and legs and became an important commercial turkey until they were replaced with Broad Breasted White turkeys. They were admitted to the American Standard of Perfection in 1874.

General Turkey Tips

Buy the right size turkey – Whole Turkey- 1 pound per person / Turkey Breast-1/2 pound per person


Storing turkey – Turkey can be held 3 to 4 days in the coldest part of the refrigerator. To hold an extra day or two, place in freezer for several hours to chill and then place in the refrigerator.