(Norfolk) Black in White

Well, that was an interesting week!  The great, flat Norfolk was overcome with Snow Drifts.  But there’s no stopping our beautiful Norfolk Black Chickens, who still got out to brave the cold…

The Norfolk Black Chicken is a hardy breed – they couldn’t wait to get out to play in the white stuff!

Despite their best efforts, they didn’t manage to build any Snow Chickens!

Hemsby Christmas Crew

Some kind words from the crew at Hemsby Lifeboat rescue service:

“Once again, a brilliant thank you goes out to the team at TNP (Traditional Norfolk Poultry) who have once again supplied Hemsby Lifeboat with delicious free range Norfolk Black Turkeys for the whole crew to enjoy over the Christmas period.

This is now the third year that TNP have supported the Lifeboat with their succulent birds and the crew have asked to pass on their thanks and appreciation and wish you all a very Merry Christmas.”

To learn more about the fantastic service the volunteers at Hemsby provide, click HERE

Merry Christmas, one and all!

December means Christmas is coming!

Our beautiful turkeys are feeling festive amongst the pine trees this week, making the most of the weather before we get any more snow…!

New PB for our Resident Athlete

Andy, our Sales & Accounts Manager, has been at it again !

This was Andy’s 2nd Marathon this year and on a glorious October day in Bournmouth, he achieved a new Personal Best.

As if all this year’s Marathon’s weren’t enough, Andy is already signed up for the local Marriott’s Way Marathon next year and is delighted to have been awarded a place to run the London Marathon too.  He will be running London for the Sense charity.

For more information about this great cause, check out their website: SENSE

Turkeys & Mustard

Another beautiful day for our ladies in sunny Norfolk.

Perfect conditions to forage and explore the range, as you can see!

This picture shows one of our Norfolk Bronze turkey’s hiding in the mustard that we sow on the ranges to give them something to amuse themselves with.

This year has been a perfect year for growing mustard and unusually it has come out in flower, which brightens their day even more!