"The consumer should be really lucky that the price of turkeys haven't gone through the roof considering prices of corn and soy beans farmers have to feed turkeys with to get them to market," says crop farmer Jerry Murphy
Many consumers expected to pay more, especially because the drought drove up the price of other groceries.
"I came to buy my favorite boneless turkey thighs. They're great, and my family just loves them," says consumer Ken Grandstaff.
"I think it's a great thing especially during the holidays. I think it's really important to help get our national identity back together and just bring us together in happiness," says consumer Hannah Benedict.
Many locals are already placing their orders to make sure they get a bird come Thanksgiving.
An average bird should cost you around $30. Ready to gobble?