Puffer Roske Farms Turkeys

The first batch of turkeys at Puffer Roske Farms were alive and happy last week, after five months of growing up on the farm northeast of Iowa Falls. This week, farm owner Charlie Puffer killed and cleaned them to have them ready for customers' Thanksgiving next week.

Two weeks ago, when overnight temperatures dipped below zero and snow fell across the area, Charlie Puffer herded two dozen turkeys into a corn crib on his property northeast of Iowa Falls.

“I was getting too close to the goal line,” he said. “I couldn’t risk it.”

Puffer Roske Farms Turkeys

The first batch of turkeys at Puffer Roske Farms were alive and happy last week, after five months of growing up on the farm northeast of Iowa Falls. This week, farm owner Charlie Puffer killed and cleaned them to have them ready for customers' Thanksgiving next week.

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charleswv

Great article Sara about a really good guy! Charlie is one of a kind!

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