Meet the Family Farmers who Raise your Turkey
When you serve Shady Brook Farms® turkey, you’re a part of the family – you’re a part of how good feeds good.
Alvin & Barbara
When Alvin Foltz’s two sons Adam and Alex left for college, he told them they could be anything they wanted. They both became farmers, just like dad. Today, with three farm families within a mile of each other, there’s never a dull moment at Triple-A Farms in West Virginia. The Foltzes spend their days growing turkeys and growing the family legacy.Learn More
Craig & Nancy
Inspired by their kids, Craig and Nancy have taken an entirely new approach to conservation on their beautiful turkey farm by bringing new technology and awareness to raising Shady Brook Farms® turkeys without growth-promoting antibiotics.Learn More
David & Erin
As start-up farmers, the French family knew they wanted to invest in something that would go beyond themselves – something they could pass down to future generations. A farm where they could instill character, hard work, and taking pride in the job to be done.Learn More
Glenn & Kathy
Glenn and Kathy raise turkey, cattle, kids and grandkids on their beautiful farm. All are raised with love and, in the turkeys’ case, no growth-promoting antibiotics, the Shady Brook Farms® brand way.Learn More
Glenn & Sheri
Family-owned and operated, Riverhill Farms is nestled in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley region. Glenn Rodes uses his love for engineering to create a more sustainable turkey farm for generations to come.Learn More
Micah & Krista
Started in 1988, Micah and his family took over Edom Hill in 2011 from his parents. The family shares our core belief that turkey is best when raised with care and free from growth-promoting antibiotics.Learn More
All Shady Brook Farms turkeys are raised by independent family farmers with care. Look for the code on select, fresh Shady Brook Farms whole turkeys* to find out where your turkey was raised.
*excludes neck and giblets