Minnesota is top Thanksgiving turkey producer this year

Minnesota has raised the most turkeys, and Wisconsin will supply the most cranberries for the Thanksgiving Day feasts this year.
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Minnesota has raised the most turkeys, and Wisconsin will supply the most cranberries for the Thanksgiving Day feasts this year.

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