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Elsewhere on the Interwebs: 2nd Edition

I’m home from New York and getting back into a routine.  Catching up on laundry is always the best part of taking a trip, right? Right.

10410605_884745528211021_2552591155320247562_nMy friend Julie wrote a bit about our trip on her blog, Farm Eats, City Streets. Head over and check it out, and be sure to follow her blog on facebook or bloglovin’ while you’re there.  Julie is on the far left, then me, then Kristin from Local Farm Mom and Krista from The Farmer’s Wifee.

I’ve been answering a million questions about turkey farming from reporters around the state of Iowa.  Most want to know if turkey will be more expensive this year.  Here’s my official answer. “While wholesale turkey prices have risen a bit, retailers are still using turkey as a loss leader this month.  Your Thanksgiving bird will average 91 cents a pound, down two cents from last year.”

I also wrote a couple more guest posts:

And have some friends giving away copies of my book, My Family’s Farm:

(Some of these giveaways haven’t started yet.  Some may have already ended. But head over and give them some love anyway!)

Don’t forget to check out the Iowa Turkey Federation’s website for free printable turkey related activities for K-5 and a free e-cookbook all about whole turkeys!

whole turkey cookbook

Last but not least, I’m working on a blog post called FAQ with a Turkey Farmer.  What questions do you have about how we raise turkeys?  This is the time to ask!

Have a fabulous weekend! I leave you with this adorable video, because I always love MORE BUTTER!

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