This year's Thanksgiving table could look a bit different this year. There are signs that there could be a shortage of Thanksgiving Turkeys for 2021.

This year for your Thanksgiving meal you may want to consider, duck, chicken, or beef instead of traditional Turkey.

If you've been in Sioux Falls area grocery stores you may have noticed few or no turkeys available in their coolers. Is this indeed a supply chain issue?

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According to Business Insider, there was a decrease in Turkey production last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Because there were far fewer large Thanksgiving holiday gatherings there was much less demand for larger turkeys. People were searching out small birds for their more meager Thanksgiving Day celebrations.

Also, turkey farmers like so many other businesses are experiencing labor shortages. Fewer workers mean less ability to raise larger flocks of birds.

It may also be difficult this year to find a bird size from 8 -16 pounds or smaller. And experts are predicting fresh turkeys will be in short supply this year.

And if you can find the bird you like you can expect to pay more per pound.

Wells Fargo analysts are saying,  “The turkey price in 2021 is starkly higher compared to prior years. Late September turkey prices this year are running nearly 25% more than the prior year, and nearly 50% higher than a prior five-year average. In other words, a whole turkey for this holiday season is going to cost you nearly double what it did just a couple of years ago.”

See Some of Sioux Falls' Beautiful Murals [PHOTOS]

I was in Canton, SD, and I happened upon a new mural.

It was really cool and that got me thinking that I know of a few murals in Sioux Falls, but I bet there's more than I realize. So, I put it out on social media for the people of Sioux Falls to tell me where all the murals are!

A few of them I had never seen, or never even been to that part of town, and a few of them, I drive by all the time and never noticed!

I know a few businesses have murals inside their establishments, but I decided to keep it to murals that are totally open for the public to see. No need to be 21!

So, here we go! Let's check out some of Sioux Falls' murals.
Did I miss one? Let me know!