How to Locally Source a Thanksgiving Turkey in St. Louis


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Maude's Market
(4219 Virginia Avenue; 314-353-4219)

The deadline for turkey orders at Maude's is Thursday, November 14, so get to it! Choose from a Heritage Bourbon Red turkey from Singing Prairie Farm in La Plata, Missouri or a limited number of larger birds from Buttonwood Farms. Heritage turkeys are "bred specifically for their taste" and take longer to raise. Both types, though, are pasture-raised and hormone-free. The heritage turkeys are $8.10 a pound plus tax, and range from 11 to 19 pounds. The Buttonwood broad-breasted turkeys are $4.85 a pound plus tax, and range from 17 to 22 pounds. Order your turkey here or call 314-353-4219.

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Natasha Mayton
Natasha Mayton

RiRi Siran, now run out to Straub's to get a fresh turkey and relish in some luxury grocery shopping.

Chris Ferguson
Chris Ferguson

I saw a few turkeys by the 270/370 exchange. A few steps closer to the road and I would have locally sourced my own

John Null
John Null

Q: How can you tell when someone is a vegetarian? A: Don't worry, they WILL tell you.

dalediversity
dalediversity topcommenter

I want the best turkey at the lowest price. I don't care where it comes from.  

Laurie Heupel
Laurie Heupel

we support a local farmer in our area every year.

Patty Lager
Patty Lager

want to support animals and your health?? STOP EATING ANIMALS

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