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Efforts Mount to Conserve Wild Turkey Breeds


Breeds of wild turkey on the table for Thanksgiving in early America have nearly disappeared, replaced by a domesticated bird that is bigger, faster-growing and cheaper to raise. Around the world, many traditional livestock breeds are disappearing as industrial meat production takes over from small producers. But some are trying to preserve their old varieties as insurance against an uncertain future. VOA's Steve Baragona has more.

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