Nuthin but cheap turkey for me anyway.
Butterballs were $1.99 a pound at my grocery store. I chose a much less expensive brand at .54 cents a pound. It’s how you cook the things that make them good not the brand. IMHO.
I once backed up an inspector in central Virginia
The commodity was turkey gizzards being exported to the Nigerian military. The fact the turkey’s are killed properly doesn’t mean that the turkey is in play.
The cheap unwanted parts get shipped