Tyson will close two Nebraska plants
As part of its strategy to operate more efficiently and maintain best cost-management practices, Tyson Foods Inc. is consolidating beef operations in northeast Nebraska. Effective this week, Tyson will permanently close its beef-processing plant in Norfolk and its beef-slaughter plant in West Point. Production will be shifted primarily to the company’s beef complex in Dakota City, Neb., which is completing a new beef-processing addition. To read more, go to drovers.com.
If Tyson is making so much money on slaughtering fat cattle off the backs of the poor little packer victims, why would they be closing plants instead of expanding them?
Once again, the obvious it too obvious for a conspiring minded packer blamer.