Every year, since 1986. the American Farm Bureau does an informal survey around the country and estimates the cost of Thanksgiving dinner.
The most shocking finding this year? Thanksgiving dinner is the cheapest it's been since the survey started 35 years ago. The average price per pound of turkey dropped to just $1.21, down seven percent from last year.
The Farm Bureau's Chief Economist Dr. John Newton joins the show to understand why this is and how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting Thanksgiving.
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