Monday, November 18, 2013
(Undated) -- The cost of a Thanksgiving feast is down 44-cents from last year's high. The American Farm Bureau Federation says feeding ten people this year will cost an average of 49-dollars-four cents. Last year, a Turkey Day dinner ran an average of 49-dollars-48 cents. A jump in turkey production is believed to be a driving factor in the lower price. Items such as peas, rolls and pie shells are more affordable this year, while milk and pumpkin pie mix prices are slightly higher.