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Winter storm seen affecting Midwest pork plants

Agriculture.com Staff 02/13/2007 @ 11:41am

KANSAS CITY (Dow Jones)--A winter storm packing heavy snowfall with brisk winds causing significant drifting could reduce slaughter operations at a number of Midwest pork plants Tuesday, according to industry members.

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KANSAS CITY (Dow Jones)--A winter storm packing heavy snowfall with brisk winds causing significant drifting could reduce slaughter operations at a number of Midwest pork plants Tuesday, according to industry members.

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