The beginning of November brings anticipation of Thanksgiving dinner for many, and the annual question of how much you'll be paying for the holiday bird.
UW poultry specialist Ron Kean says frozen birds should remain steady this year at about $1 a pound. He says the rising cost of transporting food is being offset by a rise in production this year. He also expects a number of sales closer to Thanksgiving, which could bring lower prices.
Fresh turkeys are expected to cost you an additional 30 or 40 cents a pound.