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Pilgrim's Pride pleads guilty to chicken price-fixing.
Pilgrim's Pride Pleads Guilty toPrice-Fixing Charge, to Pay $107.9 Million Fine

Pilgrim's Pride Corp pleaded guilty and was sentenced to pay a $107.9 million fine on Tuesday to settle federal charges it conspired to fix chicken prices and passed on the costs to consumers and other purchasers.

Profit Tracker: Cattle Steady, Hog Margins Solid

Cattle feeding margins were little changed from the previous week with modest profits. Hog feeding margins were boosted for a third week with another advance in lean carcass prices.

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Study compares consumption of beef to plant-based alternatives

Consumers who prefer beef over plant-based protein alternatives said they are willing to pay nearly two dollars more per meal for a burger when dining at a restaurant, according to a study from Kansas State University.

Rapid Drop in U.S. COVID-19 Cases Could Spur More Beef, Pork Demand

U.S. data shows COVID-19 infection rates are now down to levels not seen since early fall, a sign economic recovery could also take shape. As more consumers venture out to restaurants, it could also help meat demand.

True Grit: A Tribute to Ranchers Who Weathered the Extremes This Week

The record cold temperatures and extreme?weather had a major impact on ranchers across the?country, but through it all, the men and women showed what the true definition of a rancher is.

Possibility of Transmission of COVID-19 Via Food Packaging Remains Low, Agencies Underscore

The USDA and FDA have sent out a reminder to trust current science and guidelines from official sources.

Tyson frontline worker receives COVID-19 vaccine.
Tyson Provides Incentives For Worker Vaccinations

Tyson Foods announced additional incentives for frontline workers to receive vaccinations for COVID-19, including compensation for workers vaccinated outside of their normal shift or through an external source.

Natural Gas Shortage Forces Feedyards to Reformulate Feed,?Packing Plants Pause Production?

While some in the cattle industry know the switch from flaked corn and wet distillers to feeding cracked corn was out of necessity, they fear there could be a huge increase in cost of gain.

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