The website for Diestel Turkey says:
"Visit Our Ranch
Planning a trip to Sonora or Yosemite area? Feel free to come by and visit the ranch."
So I did. It's pretty close to Indigeny Reserve Cider Works https://www.chowhound.com/post/indige... and easy to swing by after visiting there.
The ranch has a small store with a freezer full of turkey products. An employee came out from the office to assist me. I was hoping to purchase some turkey eggs, but none are sold here. The counter was stacked with brown chicken eggs, however, these are produced for employees only and not for sale. I left empty handed.
Another reason I had wanted to visit was to see turkeys on pasture. No live birds here either. The staffer explained that the turkeys that are being raised for Thanksgiving were still at the hatchery and would not be at the ranch yet so early in the year. So there was nothing to see.
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