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Turkey Shortage A Thanksgiving Emergency? Not So Much.

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SONOMA, CA - NOVEMBER 24:  With less than one week before Thanksgiving, hundreds of turkeys stand in a barn at the Willie Bird Turkey Farm November 24, 2008 in Sonoma, California. An estimated forty-five million turkeys are cooked and eaten during annual Thanksgiving meals in the United States.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

SONOMA, CA – NOVEMBER 24: With less than one week before Thanksgiving, hundreds of turkeys stand in a barn at the Willie Bird Turkey Farm November 24, 2008 in Sonoma, California. An estimated forty-five million turkeys are cooked and eaten during annual Thanksgiving meals in the United States. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

According to USA Today, there might be a shortage of smaller turkeys for the Thanksgiving holiday. If I were cooking this year, that would be an issue since I’d likely be cooking for a very small group. Most families, however, buy the larger turkeys which are, thankfully, still in large supply.

Why is there a shortage, and will it affect you? Check out the full story at USAToday.com

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