Open Hours

Monday - Friday : 9:00 - 6:00 PM
Saturday : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Please Note:

  • Welcome to Bob's Turkey Farm

    Richard Van Hoof, Bob's son is now responsible for the breeding, hatching and raising of the turkeys. Susan Miner, Bob's daughter, is responsible for the retail part of the business as well as the bookkeeping. We have a team of dedicated and loyal employees who have been with us for years and are more than willing to help you and answer your questions when you call the farm.

  • Healthy and Disease Free

    Since we are a breeding farm and our turkeys are healthy and disease free, we no longer allow people to tour our farm. This is in response to the recent outbreaks of desease in neighboring states. We are sorry that this has happened as a result, but the Massachusetts Department of Agriculture has recommended that we close our facility to the public for such biosecruity reasons. To read more about this, click here.

Our turkeys are Massachusetts Grown, all natural, free range. They are fed a balanced diet consisting of corn and soybean, NO HORMONES, NO ANTIBIOTICS. If you have any questions, please give us a call.

Baby Turkeys

You can purchase day old poults here at our farm during the months of May, June and July. It's best to order them early. Turkeys hatch on Thursdays and can be picked up in our farm store between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. State law requires you purchase at least 6 poults. Please call for pricing!

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Farmers Market

We participate in Farmers' Markets. This summer we will be at the Newton Farmers' Market at Newton South High School in Newton Centre, Massachusetts. We will attend the market from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. starting July 7, 2020 every other Tuesday. We will also participate in Newton's curbside program at this market. Please call us to place orders...there will be a limit on the number of orders we can take and they must be placed no late than the Friday prior to the market. We will NOT be at the Brookline Farmers' Market for the 2020 season. The van carries a wide variety of our frozen turkey products.

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Cooking Information

The following are approximate roasting times for a whole, stuffed turkey at 350 degrees in a covered pan. Remove cover, baste turkey and brown if necessary for approximately 30 minutes, (if using a tin foil cover, please allow extra time). A meat thermometer is recommended with a temp of 175-185 degrees, inserted in the joint between the leg and breast!

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