On Long Island, several farms sell organic turkeys offering a healthier option for families during the holidays.
Male turkeys have a larger snood than females that extend over the beak of their nose. This is one of the larger male turkeys found at Will Miloski's Poultry Farm in Calverton. (Nov. 10, 2011)
The turkeys at Will Miloski's Poultry Farm in Calverton, N.Y. are allowed to leave their barn and roam the property eating off the land and the organic feed provided by the Miloski family. (Nov. 3, 2011)
Tom the turkey is allowed to roam freely around Raleigh's Poultry Farm in Kings Park on Nov. 4, 2011, while some of the other birds are closed in to prevent them from leaving the property. (Nov. 4, 2011)
Over 4,000 turkeys populate Will Miloski's Poultry Farm in Calverton as the Miloski family prepares for their busiest time of year on Thanksgiving. (Nov. 3, 2011)
Mark Miloski, 22, extends the wings of one of his turkeys at Will Miloski's Poultry Farm in Calverton. (Nov. 11, 2011)