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AI won’t affect consumer turkey prices

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By Barbara Olejnik

Poultry Times staff

GAINESVILLE, Ga. — Despite an avian influenza outbreak that hit the U.S. turkey industry, there should be enough birds for that Thanksgiving dinner.

This year, about 8 million turkeys in the Midwest lost their lives to the bird flu, cutting turkey meat production.

As a result, some experts have predicted that the price of commercial turkeys will increase between 20 to 40 cents per pound.

The National Turkey Federation pointed, however, points out that. . .

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