Order Thanksgiving Turkey & Pies Today!

Start your Thanksgiving prep by ordering your turkey and pies from Chip-in Farm. Sourced locally, you will enjoy a delicious meal while supporting local agriculture. Learn more about our suppliers and how to order here.


Our Turkeys and Pies




We source our turkeys from Stonewood Farm in Orwell, VT. This family-owned farm uses all-vegetable, whole grain feed, with no added hormones, antibiotics or animal by-products. Read below to learn more about Stonewood Farm.


Turkeys are available in sizes ranging from 15 – 26 pounds. To order, stop by or call the Farm Store at 781-275-2545. Please note, and quantities are limited but we will do our best to accommodate the size you are looking for. A $30 non-refundable deposit is required when the order is placed.




Our preservative-free fruit and specialty pies are produced by Valley View Orchards, a family-owned bakery in Oxford, ME. Read on to learn more about them. We offer a wide variety of pie flavors including:


  • Apple
  • Apple blueberry
  • Apple cranberry
  • Apple crumb
  • Apple raspberry
  • Blueberry
  • Cherry
  • Pumpkin
  • Raspberry
  • Pecan
  • Strawberry rhubarb
  • French silk
  • Key lime
  • Peanut butter


Pie prices vary by style. To order, stop by or call the Farm Store at 781-275-2545. Payment is due when the order is placed.


About Stonewood Farm


Free range turkeys at Stonewood Farm, Orwell VT

Turkeys at Stonewood Farm


Stonewood Farm is an 800-acre farm located in western Vermont that specializes in turkeys. Originally a dairy farm, Paul and Frances Stone family started raising turkeys in 1987; the farm is currently managed by their son Peter and his family.


The Stones pride themselves on their humane farming and processing practices and utilize a “slow growth” approach to produce a delicious and naturally self-basting turkey.


The birds are housed in seven barns that total 12,000 square feet and are fed an all-natural diet consisting of all-vegetable feed and whole grains, without hormones, antibiotics or animal byproducts.


But the real secret to producing fine, fresh turkeys? According to Grandma Stone, it’s “plenty of Vermont air, cold nights, good feed, and tender loving care.”


About Valley View Orchards


Valley View Orchard Pies hosting a holiday pie making event

A pie-making event at Valley View Orchard Pies


Originally named Ye Olde Allen Farm, Valley View Orchard Pies was founded in 1975 by Jim Kroitzsh. It was purchased by an employee, Cynthia Johnston, and her family in 2019.


Located in Oxford, Maine the bakery specializes in producing preservative-free pies, whoopie pies and tea cakes utilizing fruit from Maine and New England.


Their best selling pie? Blueberry, made from local wild blueberries, followed by apple and pumpkin.

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