Tyson extends suspension

Feb 14, 2005
Workers at some Tyson beef plants will continue to be paid to stay home as the company reports that market conditions are not improving. Tyson Foods announced in January that it would temporarily suspend slaughtering operations at plants in Denison, IA; Norfolk and West Point, NE; and Boise, ID, for a period of three to five weeks. A second shift in Pasco, WA, was also suspended. Now, Tyson says that the suspension will last at least five weeks and perhaps longer....

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