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hmmmmmm 09/24/2013 @ 9:36pm they paid that price so they could gain control not to benefit American farmers or American labor but to benefit themselves would shareholders approve this if the price was at book value or even slightly higher? packers consistently offer less. they do so because they have the upper hand and if anyone thinks as a whole we in this country will benefit in the long term I dought it................time will tell good luck

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