Bentley Club of Great Britain visits KellyBronze turkey farm in Virginia, USA

British Bentley enthusiasts brought 30 vintage models to the KellyBronze turkey farm in Virginia, US

British Bentley enthusiasts brought 30 vintage models to the KellyBronze turkey farm in Virginia, USA. Pictured with the Bentley owners are from fourth right Richard Farr, Cari Culver, Judd Culver, and Paul Kelly. - Credit: Archant

British Bentley enthusiasts brought 30 vintage models to the KellyBronze turkey farm in Virginia, USA.

British Bentley enthusiasts brought 30 vintage models to the KellyBronze turkey farm in Virginia, US

British Bentley enthusiasts brought 30 vintage models to the KellyBronze turkey farm in Virginia, USA. - Credit: Archant

The farm was set up by Essex turkey entrepreneur Paul Kelly of Kelly Turkeys in Danbury as he breaks into the premium market in the US around Thanksgiving.

Members of the Bentley Club of Great Britain were making their way from New Orleans to Baltimore when they accepted an invitation to visit the farm at Crozet, near the Blue Ridge Mountains, where the free range turkeys are being reared.

They enjoyed turkey with beer, wine and live music.

Farm manager Cari Culver said: “They roam free in the woodlands and pastures — foraging for grubs, berries and nettles — their favorite treat.”

More than 200 local residents joined in the event to see the cars and hear Paul Kelly talk about the product his family has developed in the UK and is now in its fourth year of test marketing on the east coast of the USA.