Koch's Turkey Farm is a true family farm that values the traditions of its Pennsylvania Dutch Heritage. Roscoe and Emma Koch first started raising turkeys on the family farm in 1939. The Koch's Turkey Farm was founded by their son Lowell and his wife Elizabeth in 1953. The original farm boasted 2 small open houses and 60 acres of open space. Since that time they’ve evolved into a fully integrated farm with 45 turkey houses, a hatchery, and an all- natural feed mill. Their feed contains no synthetic herbicides or pesticides and no animal by-products. Today the farm is carefully managed by the third generation of the Koch's family; their all-natural approach to raising turkey is the reason that Koch's turkeys taste as good as they do.