NEW SHARON, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- If you haven't already ordered your turkey for Thanksgiving this year, chances are you'll be left out in the cold cooking a frozen bird for dinner.
"There were some issues this year, and apparently there have been all over the country. I know talking to other growers in Maine, there have been issues here in the state," said Bob Neal, who has operated The Turkey Farm for nearly three decades.
"We did not get the sizes we were striving for, so we have had to tell people, 'you know instead of a twenty-six pound turkey, you might have to take a couple of fourteens.'"
Neal's farm is the largest turkey farm in the state. This year he raised about 2400 turkeys, half of which will wind up on Thanksgiving dinner tables.