Thousands of families in North Carolina will be serving turkeys this week that were raised in pastures on small farms across the state. People buying these turkeys say they\’re a more natural alternative to the standard Butterball. But mainstream farmers say those birds may pose a threat to the state’s 2.5 billion dollar a year poultry industry. They say chickens and turkeys raised outside on pastures are at greater risk for contracting bird flu. Small farmers disagree. Rose Hoban reports.