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Meat Plant Closures Mean Pigs Are Gassed or Shot Instead

NYTimes.com Thursday, 14 May 2020
Coronavirus outbreaks at meatpacking plants have created a backlog of animals ready for slaughter but with nowhere to go. Farmers are having to cull them.
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News video: Meat processing plant closures impacting Las Vegas valley

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The closure of meat processing plants in the United States has had some impact in the Las Vegas valley.

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