Turkeys sold out at poultry farms amid food shortage fears

Turkeys are sold out at poultry farms after food shortage fears

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12/3/2021 1:45:00 AM

Turkeys are sold out at poultry farms after food shortage fears

The surge in demand for turkeys has been triggered by concerns over the UK supply chain, which is facing pressures including HGV driver shortages and delays with the movement of shipping containers.

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