At Lee Turkey Farm, we have a heritage to be proud of. Sitting on 54 acres nestled in suburbia, our farm has been worked by seven generations of the same family.
The current owners of Lee Turkey Farm are Ronny and Janet Lee. The farm was first purchased by Ronny's great-great-great-grandfather, Clement Updike, in 1868. The original farmhouse, where the owners still reside, was constructed by Aaron Forman in 1802. The property was passed through several hands until Clement bought the property, and it has been passed down through the
Ronny's son, Dylan, works side-by-side with Ronny farming the property, and Janet runs the farm market. Their daughter, Charli,
helps with various things like social media projects, designing the yearly corn maze theme, processing turkeys, etc. Ronny's parents, Richard (Dick) and Ruth Lee, still reside in the small farmhouse that was built at the front of the property in 1923 by Richard's parents.