Crony turkey dinner, Yes turkey

Not an unusual sight just to the northwest of where I live.
Not an unusual sight just to the northwest of where I live.

 

Why do turkeys cost so much more than they used to? Thank the government and its ethanol mandate.

(From TownHall.com)

After showing the growing size of turkeys raised in the U.S. over the last 32 years, we wondered how much money U.S. turkey producers were making per bird.

After all, if they’re producing more meat on each bird and are therefore satisfying consumer demand for turkey meat while raising fewer birds, the increase in productivity of U.S. turkey farmers should be putting some serious cash in their pockets.

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