Tyson Foods plans to rebuild its beef processing plant in Holcomb, Kansas. The plant is shut down indefinitely after a fire partially destroyed the plant. This facility processes up to 6,000 head per day, representing more than five percent of the total U.S. cattle slaughter. With enough redundancy built into Tyson’s plants to navigate such a disaster, Tyson says it will spread some of its beef production to other plants.
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