SCITUATE, R.I. (FOX Providence) - Located in Scituate, Pine View Farm is home to dozens and dozens of feathered friends.
"We try to raise animals the way people did back in the 40's and 50's. Not necessarily organic, but free range and natural," said Frank Martinelli, owner of Pine View.
The turkeys are available for Thanksgiving dinner, but they are sure to sell out.
"Usually the second week of November I get most of my orders. Toward the end when people realize they want a free range turkey the phone starts ringing off the hook when it is close to Thanksgiving."
Unlike some turkey farms that keep the birds in confined spaces, Frank Martinelli's turkeys lead a more healthy lifestyle.
"We try to raise them in a humane way which would not be enclosed in a small area where they can not move so they are free to come and go as they please."
While they may be the star of everyone's Thanksgiving meal, there's more than just turkeys on the local farm.
There's cows, sheep, and horses on the farm. There's also geese for Christmas dinner, and fresh eggs from the chickens. But the standouts are definitely the turkeys.