U.S. pork processing recovers, but remains lower
Pork processing capacity in the U.S. has returned to near full strength following massive disruptions experienced in the spring and early summer due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
According to economist Steve Meyer with Partners for Production Agriculture, overall capacity has settled in at about 5% below pre-pandemic levels, due mostly to changes the outbreak ...
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