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In June 1923, W.C. Bates received nine turkey eggs as a wedding gift from his aunt. Almost nine decades later, Bates Turkey Farm still produces free-range whole turkeys, turkey breast, turkey jerky, turkey sausage and more, all available online and through its catalog. Just 12 miles down the road, Bates' Restaurant serves everything from turkey sandwiches to turkey soup and turkey casserole. Each year at Thanksgiving, in a tradition that dates back nearly 65 years, the governor of Alabama pardons a turkey always named Clyde from the Bates farm.
Serving BBQ favorites like pork butt & ribs.