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    GALLERY: Turkey Family - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Scott Greaney, left, helps his son Ben with an apron before heading in to the slaughterhouse at Greaney's turkey farm in Mercer last week.

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    Tracy Greaney, right, and Josh Savage, center, corral a turkey to the holding pen to be slaughtered at Greaney's turkey farm in Mercer.

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    The Greaney family and other farm hands corral a flock of turkeys from the barn to the slaughterhouse at Greaney's turkey farm in Mercer last week.

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    Tracy and Scott Greaney walk by the barn with their youngest son, Adam, right, after chores at Greaney's turkey farm in Mercer.

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    Adam Greaney, right, and Josh Savage, center, corral the turkeys in the barn at Greaney's turkey farm in Mercer.

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    Scott Greaney, left, offers suggestions to his son Ben on the best way to feed the turkeys, as his other son Adam greets his mother, Tracy Greaney, at Greaney's turkey farm in Mercer.

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    Scott Greaney contemplates his options for getting the turkeys from the barn to the slaughterhouse at Greaney's turkey farm in Mercer last week.

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    Scott Greaney feeds livestock as his two sons finish their chores last week at Greaney's turkey farm in Mercer.

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    Scott Greaney, center, corrals his turkeys last week in the barn to drive them to the slaughterhouse with the help of Nick Jones, back center, and Josh Savage, right, at Greaney's turkey farm in Mercer.

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    Scott Greaney, center, stands with sons Ben, left, and Adam, right, last week as they head out to take care of chores at the family's turkey farm in Mercer.

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    Scott Greaney leaves the slaughterhouse at his family's turkey farm in Mercer last week. Greaney has received chemotherapy and other treatments for cancer over the past couple of years, which required him to stay away from the turkeys, leaving his wife and children to pick up extra work to keep the farm operating.

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