Can Long-Term Decline in Holiday Turkey Consumption be Stopped?

The turkey industry has struggled with declining per capita consumption (disappearance) this millennium. On a retail weight basis, per capita turkey consumption peaked in 1996 at 18.2 pounds. LMIC is expecting turkey consumption this year to be 15.8 pounds, down a tenth of a pound from 2018.   

See the Livestock Monitor for a full update.