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Economics 101, Beef and Cattle
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Posted 5/3/2021 16:46 (#8985380 - in reply to #8985358)
Subject: RE: Economics 101, Beef and Cattle


SW, Missouri
Macttle - 5/3/2021 16:33

I believe it’s gonna fuel some opportunities in rural America. Every small packer is busy and providing jobs. A new one opened last summer a town to my south, he’s rolling at it.
I can buy beef raised in my county in a store on Main Street, opened in the last year.
More out there working towards it. Things change, people adapt.

https://mobile.twitter.com/mokanjim?lang=en
^thats a good follow
and locally they can't keep help in all the plants. I hope Jim and his bunch does well with their plant, they appear to have a top notch facility in the works. Lack of workers is the PANDEMIC in this country. I'm all for having a plant in every town but there isn't people to do that work.. Maybe it's a "here" thing idk.
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