USA - USDA study shows gaps in livestock production, small slaughter plants

USDA unveiled a gap analysis study today that maps the locations of small livestock producers by county and compares production to the availability of small slaughter processing facilities as well as rendering plants.
Monday 24 May 2010 (7 years 11 months 28 days ago)
USDA unveiled a gap analysis study today that maps the locations of small livestock producers by county and compares production to the availability of small slaughter processing facilities as well as rendering plants.

The slaughter plant gap study show geographical gaps between small producers of cattle, swine, and poultry and the availability of both federally inspected plants and state inspected plants that are defined as small facilities. There is a composite map between of all species and all small slaughter and rendering plants.

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