Turkey Palace

After the Grano Barn was erected nearby there was need for a building to shelter turkeys. The Cabots owned several businesses that had collectively about 150 employees. For several years, each employee received a Thanksgiving turkey grown on the farm. The large picture windows in the building make the place look more inviting than a purpose built shed for meat birds. After the businesses were sold the building was used for growing piglets, and sheltering oxen. Today the building is the farm’s utility shop and the attic holds things like storm windows and screens that are rotated every six months. Who knows what it will become next.