WASHINGTON — A turkey with all the trimmings cost a bit more this year than last, thanks to rising costs for animal feed, energy, transportation and food processing, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation. The organization’s annual survey of prices of many of the items included in a traditional Thanksgiving menu — enough turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, rolls, butter, peas, cranberries, carrots, celery, pumpkin pie, whipped cream, and coffee and milk to feed 10 people — rose from ...

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