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The goal was to get the best productivity and yields possible from the debone operation.
With more than a dozen operator stations on its thigh debone line, Sylvest is able to monitor the productivity of the individual operator at each station.
The YieldPlus[TM] debone management system has been in place at Sylvest Farms since September 2003.
We have been fortunate to find that talent in Robert Coury and Lou DeBone.
DeBone joined Mylan in 1976 and has held a variety of positions with the Company, initially in Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc.
WASHINGTON, June 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Compass Point Research & Trading, LLC ("Compass Point") today announced that it has hired Thomas Sheedy as Managing Director and Head of Capital Markets and expanded its Research and Sales teams to include Senior Vice President Adam Shifrin in Sales and Vice Presidents Isaac Boltansky and Amy DeBone in Research.
DeBone will retire later this year after a distinguished 30-year career with the Company.
DeBone commented: "I am proud to have played a role in the growth and success of Mylan over the past 30 years.
The first step is to debone each bird, leaving the leg and wing bones in the turkey for presentation.
After he brings in the fish his son Morgan will cut and then debone them using small tweezers.
In addition to producing minced meat, the facility also debones, cuts and packs meat for the Danish market.
The company slaughters and debones cattle to produce chilled beef, aged and frozen beef, cooked cubed beef, frozen beef variety meats, wet blue leather and other by-products, largely for the export markets, which account for approximately 80% of net revenues.
1) Mission College student Stephen Gillanders, left, debones a rabbit as team captain Matthew Anderson observes.