Brad Moline in a finishing barn housing 7,000 turkeys at Moline Farms in Manson, Iowa, on Nov. 18. Despite a devastating outbreak of avian flu in the big turkey-producing states of Iowa and Minnesota last summer, turkey prices have been low and supplies have been abundant this year.
Brad Moline in a finishing barn housing 7,000 turkeys at Moline Farms in Manson, Iowa, on Nov. 18. Despite a devastating outbreak of avian flu in the big turkey-producing states of Iowa and Minnesota last summer, turkey prices have been low and supplies have been abundant this year. SCOTT MORGAN NYT
Brad Moline in a finishing barn housing 7,000 turkeys at Moline Farms in Manson, Iowa, on Nov. 18. Despite a devastating outbreak of avian flu in the big turkey-producing states of Iowa and Minnesota last summer, turkey prices have been low and supplies have been abundant this year. SCOTT MORGAN NYT

Turkeys prove plentiful after avian flu outbreak

November 22, 2015 05:05 PM