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