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We are once again selling our farm fresh Christmas turkeys at Gorse Croft Farm, Audlem.

Our delicious turkeys are reared on our daughter's farm in Sandbach. They have over 20 years' experience in rearing Christmas Turkeys and rear the birds in their large, airy barns. They are fed with locally produced grain, processed on site in a humane and environmentally friendly manner and hung for 7 days to provide a richer, fuller flavour; all to produce your oven-ready, delicious, succulent Christmas dinner.

The turkeys cost £3.20 per lb (£7.05 per kg).

To order call, me, Shirley on 01270 811334. I look forward to hearing from you.

Merry Christmas!

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