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The perfect base for a gelatinous, nutrient-dense broth.

These turkey feet are rich in collagen, providing an excellent foundation for soups and stews.

The secret ingredient to our winter cooking? Turkey and chicken feet. They make an incredible stock for a low price.

Like our chickens, our turkeys are raised on pasture, moving each week to fresh forage and receiving a supplemental non-GMO feed. This feed is milled and grown in North Carolina, and is 100% traceable.

If feet make you a bit squeamish, that's normal. But once you see (and taste) the broth that they can produce, I bet you'll change your mind. Use them the way you would bones. Fill a stockpot with feet, veggies, seasoning, and cover with water. Cook low and slow in the slow cooker or on the stovetop until golden and flavorful. Or, use your pressure cooker for 2-3 hours.

Tip: These turkey feet would also make an excellent pet treat! Dehydrate them in the oven for a nutrient-dense feast for your dog.