At one time, several supermarkets in my neighborhood sold individually packaged turkey drumsticks (my favorite part of the turkey). One market, in particular, frequently sold them.
In recent years, I rarely see this part of the turkey sold. Today, I saw a local market, selling in addition to whole turkeys, individually packaged turkey breasts. Wouldn't it be reasonable for the drumsticks to be sold, too?
Who is getting the drumsticks? (I know that the recent disappearance of many bee populations is a very important subject to explore, in that bees are very essential in the agricultural cycle, but this drumstick disappearance also calls for a similar investigation.)
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