Nothing says Thanksgiving quite like a neon turkey. Gozzi’s Turkey Farm in Guilford, Connecticut has been open for over fifty years and at its peak in the 1970s sold more than 150,000 turkeys a year. Although today the farm is very small as it has to compete with the big-name grocery stores, Gozzi’s has survived. Probably because they have an annual tradition between November and December where visitors can see a pen of neon-colored turkeys on display. No one knows why this is a thing. A marketing scheme? A thing for neon? Who knows? But people seem to like it. And don’t worry…the dye is nontoxic and temporary as new white feathers replace the dyed ones. So imagine watching a cartoon where the big neon-colored letters of “Gobble Gobble” coming out of the turkeys slowly turning into white. Happy Thanksgiving, Americans!