The Magical Turkey who came to Dinner! In the wild turkeys are lovely animals, smart and swift, who have been clocked at twenty-five miles per hour on the ground running and who can fly up to a magnificent fifty-five miles per hour over short distances! But the fate of the poor “domesticated” or genetically engineered factory farm bird who cannot walk more than a few steps because of an unnaturally enlarged breast, is horrible, says Ingrid Newkirk in her book Making Kind Choices. She says “what we do to turkeys should embarrass us to death. They have excellent … Continue reading The Magical Turkey who came to Dinner!