A traditional Thanksgiving feast for 10 should be under $5 per person this year, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation. Prices fell from last year especially for turkey, which is dropping due to low feed costs and increased supplies. Other staples like sweet potatoes, milk, dinner rolls, and pie crust are cheaper as well.
For non-traditionalists who prefer ham or roast beef, prices will likely be higher, as cattle and hog futures are higher this year than last.
As you sit down to eat next week, please remember to take a moment to give thanks for the farmers who produced the bounty on your table.