Old Birds Are Better: A Quest to Bring Back Heritage Turkeys

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Last year, photographer and writer Lisa M. Hamilton chronicled a California 4-H club's attempt to bring back traditional turkey farming in a photo essay on the Atlantic Food Channel, "Turkeys: Farm to Thanksgiving Table." Here, we bring you this piece from our archives once again—an eye-catching look at the work that goes into raising and "harvesting" the birds.

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