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TURKEYS LIKE TO EAT THESE CREEPY CRAWLERS FOR THANKSGIVING

The turkey has been the center piece for Thanksgiving dinners since the Pilgrims and Wampanoag Natives ate it for Thanksgiving back in 1621. Which is why, families all across our beautiful country consume this bird every third Thursday of November. Thanksgiving is one day out of the year we show we’re grateful for our family and other graces. We dine on plentiful banquets which might involve cranberry sauce, stuffing, corn, rolls, pies, and so on. But the main dish is the turkey. American turkey producers have grown 270 million turkeys; which will amount to the five billion pounds of turkey...