Laura Reiley

food business reporter, Washington Post

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A 16-18 pound turkey is usually desired for a traditional Thanksgiving, but with people gathering only with family members this holiday, they’ll want a smaller bird.

What smaller Thanksgiving gatherings and fewer events mean for turkey farmers

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