Reserve Your Bird

Looking for ways to make your Gobble Day go down easier? Simple, just plan ahead. When you come into Earth Fare this month, you can Reserve Ahead!

Go Here To Reserve Ahead!

And since you’re being good and planning ahead, print off this recipe card so that you don’t have to scramble for cooking instructions later.



    • says

      All-natural turkeys cost $2.69/lb and organic turkeys are $4.29/lb. You can request a size and we’ll try to get within 2lbs of your request. All-natural turkeys will range from 10-24lb and organic from 10-14lb.

    • says

      All-natural turkeys cost $2.69/lb and organic turkeys are $4.29/lb. The weight range for the all-natural turkeys is 10-24lbs and 10-14lbs for the organic.

      • says

        All-natural turkeys cost $2.69/lb and organic turkeys are $4.29/lb. They will vary in size from 10-24lb for natural and 10-14lb for organic. You can also reserve an all-natural turkey breast if that fits your needs better. Bone-in breasts are $5.49/lb and boneless are $6.49/lb. Thank you!

    • says

      All-natural turkeys cost $2.69/lb and organic turkeys are $4.29/lb. The smallest turkeys will be about 10lbs. We also offer all-natural turkey breasts if that suits your needs better. They are also $2.69/lb. Please swing by your store to place your reservation!

      • says

        Sorry Susan, I was quoting the wrong price for the turkey breasts. They are $5.49/lb for bone-in and $6.49/lb for boneless. Sorry for the confusion!

    • says

      Sounds like you’ll need a 18-24lb bird, depending on if you are light eaters or big eaters – this takes into account leftovers. Most places say anywhere from 0.75-2lbs per person. All-natural turkeys cost $2.69/lb and organic turkeys are $4.29/lb.

    • says

      Corey – All-natural turkeys cost $2.69/lb and organic turkeys are $4.29/lb. You can reserve your bird at your local store – just swing by the meat department on your next visit!

  1. Robert J Barnett says

    I would like to reserve a 22 lb turkey to be picked up at the Henersonville Road store no later than the 20th of November 2012, Thank you,

    • says

      Hi Robert! Thanks for wanting to reserve a bird with us! You’ll have to go into the store and reserve your bird at the meat counter. We’re not taking reservations online as of yet. Happy Holidays!

  2. David Reeves says

    your ad doesnt tell people to contact the store to reserve a bird,,,it say’s to click on the turkey pic,,,,its kinda miss leading,,

  3. raja rama .kolla says

    I would like to reserve a 4 lb turkey to be picked up at the apalachee pkwy, tallahassee, no later than the November 9th, 2012, Thank you,

    • says

      All-natural turkeys cost $2.69/lb and organic turkeys are $4.29/lb. The weight range for natural turkeys are 10-24lb and organic are 10-14lb. We’ll try to get within 2lbs of your request!

    • says

      Stop by your local Earth Fare to place a reservation. You can reserve a turkey at the meat counter and they’ll have a list of sides available at the deli.

  4. Elizabeth Peters says

    Before I pre-order my turkey, could you tell me how much they will cost per pound? Do you have a list of the “sides” you will be offering and the cost or will that also be available inside the store only? Thanks for your assistance with this request and offering or letting me know about the turkeys via your website. Wish I could order via email/computer.

    • says

      Hi Elizabeth – our natural turkeys are $2.69/lb and the organic turkeys are $4.29/lb. We have a variety of sides available – mashed potatoes, stuffing, veggies, potato salad, etc. The deli will have a list of all sides available. As of right now we’re not taking reservations online – sorry for the inconvenience!

    • says

      Hi Steve! Sometimes companies will give their turkeys feed that contains animal by-products, which is something that Earth Fare bans. While we know that turkeys will eat insects and small reptiles or amphibians, we prefer them to have all vegetarian feed (who knows where those reptiles have been?? Haha…)

      • Aly says

        The ad says “free roaming” so wouldn’t they have access to bugs and small reptiles/amphibians, or does free roaming just mean not in a cage?

      • says

        Yes, the turkeys have access to bugs and small reptiles and could eat them if they chose to do so. But don’t worry, none of the bugs/reptiles/amphibians are genetically modified or contain artificial flavors. I’m kidding of course – the main point is that there are no animal by-products in the feed. What they do on their own free-roaming time is their choice :)

  5. Meredith says

    Wow you are amazing! You answered the same question 53 times so sweetly! Just wanted to say you are doing a great job!!!

  6. sue seifert says

    i will be in to reserve our “bird” within the next few days. i have been getting our turkey from earth fare for the last several years—–for both thanksgiving and christmas—-it is the best!! :) my family would be upset if i didn’t continue the tradition! ….see you soon! p.s. a natural turkey, since i need a 22 lb one :)

  7. Sheryl says

    Are the “all natural” turkeys injected with anything? Are they preservative free? Food sensitivities are a concern for me so I am just checking.

  8. John Antilety says

    For those of you who live alone, or have only two or three people in your household, don’t fret too much about buying a bird that’s 10-15lbs.

    There’s no reason to cook the whole bird at once, just carve it up raw, then freeze the parts you’re not going to use for this meal. Or cook it all, then break it down into smaller portions and freeze. For myself, I cook the whole bird, along with a complete table of side dishes and goodies. I then break it all down into Tupperware containers, making mini-meals for my lunches!

    Also, these are *premium* birds, so don’t waste *anything!!!* Pluck off as much meat as you can, then put the bones into a crock pot or stock pot and simmer with a bouquet garni or herb bag. A good carcass will give you close to a gallon and a half of outstanding broth, maybe more.

    They’re worth the extra time and devotion.

  9. Shannon says

    What is the difference between an all natural turkey and an organic turkey? None are administered antibiotics, correct?

  10. Ann says

    Will you also have fresh turkeys and turkey breasts available for Christmas? Thank you! And I agree how patient you are….

  11. Kristy says

    I scrolled through all the comments to make sure it hadn’t already been asked, because I was wondering if there was a vegan alternative when I found it through the link for the sides. I wish it would be mentioned on the flier or in the paragraph up top. Just a thought. =)

  12. gretchen says

    i’m coming through asheville (westgate) on saturday 11/17— will i be able to purchase a turkey that day if i haven’t pre-ordered?

    • says

      Our stores should have a few extra turkeys available, but can’t guarantee sizes. Westgate is out of organic turkeys but all-natural turkeys should be available.

  13. sara says

    Just to let you know, your website is not user friendly at all. It makes me wonder how many potential customers are lost because of the difficulty navigating your website. Very confusing and frustrating!!
    Love the store, hate the website.

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