Tyson suspends some beef operations
— Four plants shut down for 3-5 weeks.
— Washington plant to single shift.
Tyson Foods last week announced it was temporarily shutting down all
shifts in four of its cattle/beef processing facilities and suspending
one of two shifts in another facility. The company’s formal statement
said the shutdowns are expected to last three to five weeks. There was
some indication, however, that one or two plants may be “dark” for a
longer period of ...
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