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ST. LOUIS – Our Thanksgiving dinners could cost more this year.

That is because of inflation and the Bird Flu. A commodities expert believes turkeys will be in short supply because of bird flu and the turkeys that are at the store will cost more.

Production could drop 4.3% from last year and 8-16 pound turkeys could cost 23% more.

Corn, soybean meal, and diesel fuel for transporting birds are also more expensive.