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Meat processing was one area in which Cargill struggled during its fiscal 2013. Earnings were hit by drought, high feed costs and fewer cattle. The company idled 2,000 workers at a Texas plant.
Glen Stubbe, Star Tribune
After being killed, cattle at the Cargill beef plant in Fort Morgan, Colo., have hides removed in multiple small operations all designed to avoid e-coli contamination.
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