Today’s quick hits, Nov. 20, 2020

Lowest-cost Thanksgiving dinner in 10 years: Largely because of lower prices for turkey, the classic Thanksgiving dinner of turkey, sweet potatoes, green peas, and pumpkin pie would cost an average of $4.69 per person, the lowest price in a decade, according to an informal survey of grocery prices. (American Farm Bureau Federation)

Fewer teeth when OSHA bites: In 1988, OSHA fined a meatpacker $4.3 million for violating the “general duty clause” of labor law for workplace safety, but during the pandemic, meatpacker fines twice dropped below $20,000, which the agency says is the maximum it can impose. (Food Dive)

Hazard, yes. Pay, no: As coronavirus cases continue to rise, retailers that rewarded workers with so-called hazard pay raises during the first wave of the pandemic are reluctant to offer the bonus wages this time around. (New York Times)

Fake Ohio farms won coronavirus aid: A businessman and his family obtained $7.2 million in loans and grants from the SBA for 20 agriculturally themed but nonexistent companies located at residences in the Cleveland area. (Bloomberg)

A niche selling large dairies: Schuil and Associates, an agricultural real estate company in California’s Central Valley, specializes in selling large dairy farms, with 2,500 to 10,000 cows, mostly to other dairy farmers looking to expand. (Farm Progress)