The Star of Your Holiday Meal is Here


This year introduce a new leading lady to your Thanksgiving dinner table. Juicy, tender, and filled with flavor, Mary’s Free-Range All-Natural Turkeys are ready for their close-up this holiday season.

These birds are always fresh and never frozen, and you won’t find additives, preservatives, antibiotics, or added hormones in Mary’s turkeys – just pure flavor! Whether your holiday table is set for a small group or a large one, we’ve got Mary’s Free-Range All-Natural Turkeys in sizes from 8 to 24 pounds.

The Mary in Mary's Free-Range All-Natural Turkeys is Mary Pittman. She and her family have raised turkeys on family-owned farms in Central California since 1954. Son David, a third-generation Pitman farmer, leads the company today.  He continues the traidition of pampering turkeys with a diet of nutrient-rich grains and vegetable proteins that allow them to grow plump and tender. The turkeys also have plenty of room to roam; Mary's birds freely roam areas four times the size of average commercial turkey farms. 

Visit our Market Department for Mary's Free-Range All-Natural Turkeys, as well as Mary's Free-Range Certified Organic Fresh Turkeys, and in limited quantities Mary's Free-Range Heritage Turkeys. The Standard Bronze and Narragansett turkeys are true heritage breeds, with a richer flavor and a history that dates back to the first Thanksgiving. Seven true heritage breeds, including Standard Bronze and Narragansett, were identified in the 1874 American Poultry Association's turkey Standard of Perfection, and saved from extinction by the efforts of a few farmers, like the Pitman family, and the Heritage Turkey Foundation over the last 20 years.

Browse our Holiday Guide for our selection of savory sides to complete your holiday meal! 
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3 Comment(s):

Suzanne Kauitzsch wrote on 12/2/2013 9:17:12 AM

With all of the choices available in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, we thought your holiday dinner would be far superior than standard grocery stores. This was the first year to order a complete dinner on line and it will be my last. I followed your instructions to the letter. The only part of the meal that was eatable was the turkey , gravy and cranberry. I understand al dente, but the green bean fuzz because they were raw, made them impossible to swallow. The brussel sprouts ends were not trimmed, and because they also were uncooked, it made them difficult to eat. My dressing was chucks or squares of sweet cornbread. If I was having to mix, trim, and add seasonings, I would have started from scratch. The whipped potatoes were dried clumps of potatoes. When you follow the instructions attached and the family is waiting, it is difficult to start from the beginning. I was shocked at the quality of the sides. It ruined my day. Of course, I tried to call the next day and there was no answer of the holiday dinner line. Shame on you.

Patricia Pillar wrote on 11/23/2013 1:24:38 AM

Look good that turkey does. But can't afford one.Help!!!

christina albert wrote on 11/21/2013 8:43:08 AM

Last year i ordered a fresh turkey ahead of time, got there on the the day before thanksgiving and the order was nowhere to be found. Got stuck with a leftover frozen one and a ham. What assurances can i have that this year my order will be honored? do you have a system for taking orders?

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