/ Modified nov 22, 2010 4:42 p.m.

Turkey Time!

Local grower raises turkeys and produce the sustainable way

amado turkeys 617x347 Jim McManus from Walking J Farm and his turkey join Kimberly Craft in the studio. (PHOTO: AZPM)

The thought of Thanksgiving makes us yearn for all of those family favorites--and for many, that means turkey. Combine that desire with a growing interest in knowing where our food comes from and you might meet Jim McManus. He talks about raising turkeys and a host of other critters and produce at his Walking J Farm in Amado, Arizona.

Jim McManus from Walking J Farm, brings with him a turkey to the studio for an interview with Kimberly Craft. (VIDEO: AZPM)

Find out what's growing on the farm, and a schedule of appearances at local farmers' markets here.

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