What Thanksgiving Turkeys Represent About America’s Food-Insecure Future

The modern American turkey is the epitome of “get big or get out”

Farmer Georgie
Future Human

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In the 1960s, my tiny, rural farming community in Washington State raised 100,000 Thanksgiving turkeys a year. This year, we raised less than a few dozen at most. I personally raised nine.

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Farmer Georgie
Future Human

Farmer. Writer. Journalist. Farm life, food & ag. Email at farmergeorgiewrites@gmail.com. Follow at farmergeorgiewrites.substack.com. Open for assignments.