Brexit will not take the turkey from Slovakia

The Christmas feast no longer includes not only typical Slovak specialties based on pork, but also roasted turkey is served in households on the First Christmas Day.

Pavel Petránek

Farmer Pavel Petránek from Čremošný will deliver from Saturday to Monday 250 dissected turkeys for households in Žilina, Martin and their surroundings.

Petránek is a Slovak with British farming experience. Shortly after College went to the British Isles to improve his English. Not even he did not know how he landed on English farms, where he penetrated the secrets of breeding moriek. After returning home, he founded a turkey farm and today he has no need about customers.

“Slovaks who have mastered are returning from Great Britain to the holidays local eating habits. Some have mixed marriages, and because they want to make Christmas more pleasant for their partners, they buy turkey, ”explains the background of the new shopping habits of the young generation Slovaks Pavel Petránek.

Few people in Slovakia realize that turkey was still in the fifties was not a typical Christmas table decoration in British households. The English enjoyed not roasted turkeys, but mushrooms. Zlom occurred at a time when intensification had invaded agriculture. Experiments force the geese to lay eggs not in spring but also in summer or autumn and feed them offspring on the Christmas table in huge volumes, as requested by the newcomers retail chains have failed. On the other hand, the turkey was more flexible in breeding poultry and easier to process.

“It was the supermarkets and hypemarkets he created through television a new Christmas tradition in the British islands, “says Pavel Petránek. Have a goose for boxing day, so be the first the Christmas holiday, when the British give presents, has become the same social standard how to have carp in Slovakia Christmas table.

The most valuable turkey in the British Isles is the so-called baby morka. Ide o specially bred turkeys growing only to a weight of five kilograms. They are sold straight from the farm, for about 40 pounds (about 44 euros). They are significantly more expensive than those from supermarkets, but for absolute freshness the British are able to pay extra.

Petránek’s demand for fresh turkeys is also growing because of the freshness meat is increasingly valued in Slovakia. This Friday was a farm in Čremošno emergency. Everything that has his hands twitches the turkeys they deliver to the addresses consumers just before Christmas. A new kind of customer has also appeared. The companies ordered turkey from the farmer for their employees as Christmas a gift. It’s a bonus that cuts off rewarded employees for the holidays expenses and enrich the culinary experience of Christmas feasting.

The Christmas feast no longer includes not only typical Slovak specialties based on pork, but also roasted turkey is served in households on the First Christmas Day.

Pavel Petránek

Farmer Pavel Petránek from Čremošný will deliver from Saturday to Monday 250 dissected turkeys for households in Žilina, Martin and their surroundings.

Petránek is a Slovak with British farming experience. Shortly after College went to the British Isles to improve his English. Not even he did not know how he landed on English farms, where he penetrated the secrets of breeding moriek. After returning home, he founded a turkey farm and today he has no need about customers.

“Slovaks who have mastered are returning from Great Britain to the holidays local eating habits. Some have mixed marriages, and because they want to make Christmas more pleasant for their partners, they buy turkey, ”explains the background of the new shopping habits of the young generation Slovaks Pavel Petránek.

Few people in Slovakia realize that turkey was still in the fifties was not a typical Christmas table decoration in British households. The English enjoyed not roasted turkeys, but mushrooms. Zlom occurred at a time when intensification had invaded agriculture. Experiments force the geese to lay eggs not in spring but also in summer or autumn and feed them offspring on the Christmas table in huge volumes, as requested by the newcomers retail chains have failed. On the other hand, the turkey was more flexible in breeding poultry and easier to process.

“It was the supermarkets and hypemarkets he created through television a new Christmas tradition in the British islands, “says Pavel Petránek. Have a goose for boxing day, so be the first the Christmas holiday, when the British give presents, has become the same social standard how to have carp in Slovakia Christmas table.

The most valuable turkey in the British Isles is the so-called baby morka. Ide o specially bred turkeys growing only to a weight of five kilograms. They are sold straight from the farm, for about 40 pounds (about 44 euros). They are significantly more expensive than those from supermarkets, but for absolute freshness the British are able to pay extra.

Petránek’s demand for fresh turkeys is also growing because of the freshness meat is increasingly valued in Slovakia. This Friday was a farm in Čremošno emergency. Everything that has his hands twitches the turkeys they deliver to the addresses consumers just before Christmas. A new kind of customer has also appeared. The companies ordered turkey from the farmer for their employees as Christmas a gift. It’s a bonus that cuts off rewarded employees for the holidays expenses and enrich the culinary experience of Christmas feasting.