Push beef, not cattle

Sep 20, 2004
Last month's announcement that a moderately-large-scale Tama, IA, cattle and beef processing facility was being shuttered, at least temporarily, brought back a lot of not-so-fond memories concerning independent cattle producers and the hard time they seem to have getting started in the packing business. The most alarming thing to me about the 1,200-head-per-day-capacity Iowa Quality Beef cooperative's situation is that the closing happened j...

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