Make Christmas Special. We have been producing Christmas turkeys at Honeycroft farm for over 45 years and have won many awards at Christmas Shows in that time. Our Turkeys are slowly grown in light and airy barns, liberally bedded with fresh clean straw, providing them with more than adequate space and shelter and fed the finest food available. They are traditionally reared to full maturity which ensures that each bird is left with adequate fat cover resulting in succulent, tender meat. All the birds are processed on the farm and are dry plucked allowing them to be hung for longer (approx 14 days) to build up that terrific taste that is so characteristic of Honeycroft Turkeys, The highlight of the year is the few days prior to Christmas, when all our customers come to the farm to collect their Christmas Turkey.
You really can’t beat it!!!! Great again John Law
Just to let you know that the turkey was absolutely brilliant. This is the third year I have had one of yours and every time I say well that was the best one ever. Thanks for all your hard work.
As ever the birds were delicious and many compliments.
We just wanted to thank you and let you know how delicious the turkey was. We were a bit concerned about half a turkey but it turned out to be exactly what we needed,
Mr & Mrs B
Thank you as always for the Turkey - it was wonderful!
I just wanted to say the turkey we had was delicious, very moist and lots of leftovers. This has been the best turkey we've cooked so just wanted to say thank you.
Just a half this year but what a half it was! You really cannot beat a Honeycroft Farm turkey.
Thank you John for another amazing turkey
Amazing flavoured turkey as usual thanks John
Just to say the turkey was absolutely perfect as ever.
Lovely turkey as always.
Everybody was complimentary about the turkey. I'll definitely be back again next year.
The turkey was very good
Thank you for another beautiful turkey
Amazing turkeys, thank you, same again next year.
"Bloody lovely turkey, I'll be back next year"
"Delicious as always"