beef plant


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South American plant having green to purple or red branches with green to purple ornamental foliage and spikes of insignificant woolly flowers with dry membranous bracts

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In the postwar era efficient refrigerated truck cattle liners replaced railways and public stockyards, fostering direct-to-packer sales and the construction of beef plants in smaller centres in the west, to bring the processing stage closer to the raw material.
TORRENTIAL rain across the British Isles brought a flood of cattle on to the market and has stalled rises in beef plant prices.
Finally, an interesting iris, which also used to be used medicinally, goes by the curious name of roast beef plant because of its odour.
Known also as roast beef plant because bruised leaves allegedly smell somewhat like the meat, this evergreen iris grows where nothing else will.
PLAINVIEW, Texas -- The Cargill beef plant in Plainview, TX that employs over 1,800 workers represented by the United Food and Commercial Workers Local Union 540 has been slated for closure on February 1.
While the company applauds this significant milestone, Cargill s Friona beef plant employees aren t fixated on this record they re aiming for greater achievements.
USDA last week said a California beef plant is now ineligible to ship beef to Japan after the company sent products the country bans in imports from the United States.
The new system complements the existing waste water treatment facility at the beef plant.
THE troubled co-op Dairygold yesterday confirmed the sale of its Charleville beef plant in the latest phase in a wide-ranging rationalisation programme.
The fire took place in December at ConAgra's beef plant in Garden City, N.
IBP had purchased the Columbus ground beef plant three years ago and has since expanded employment and production.
Jarrod Gillig, general manager at Cargill s beef plant in Schuyler, said Nebraska is one of the largest states for Cargill with more than 20 locations and 4,000 employees.
Cargill Regional Beef plant because of the possible presence of E.
Hudson ran into trouble when workers at a beef plant in Columbia, Nebraska, decided to use left over ground beef from the previous day in the next day's processing.
What was once a beef plant constructed in 1963, the Rule family purchased to extend its feeding and lamb processing business in 1983.