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One 14-16lb Heritage Turkey
One 4-5lb Silver Appleyard Duck
One 2-3lb Cornish Chicken
Each bird is individually packaged.
Every August for the past ten years Heritage Foods USA has had the great honor of announcing the arrival of a new generation of Frank Reese's Heritage Turkeys and a new chapter in the history of an endangered species (you have to eat them to save them). While many farmers now use the term, Frank and his team raise the truest example of the original Heritage Turkey: according to the USDA, he remains the only farmer allowed to use the name “Heritage” on his label thanks to certification by the oldest agricultural organization in North America, the American Poultry Association. All Heritage Turkeys are certified to be humanely raised with no antibiotics at all, ever.
Silver Appleyard Duck
This colorful duck was developed by Reginald Appleyard at his famous Priory Waterfowl Farm near Bury St. Edmund, England. They are active foragers with calm temperaments and tend to stay close to home if well fed. Appleyard meat is lean and flavorful. The American Poultry Association accepted the breed into the American Standard of Perfection in 2000.
The Cornish was developed in England around the 1820s as a fighting bird. The breed grew very slowly, but developed extremely strong, solid muscles and larger breasts than other standard breeds, making it a meatier alternative. The Cornish was accepted into the American Poultry Association in 1898.
Information gathered from the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy website (http://albc-usa.org/).
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