IBP cuts beef production at four plants

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IBP cuts beef production at four plants

Due to poor beef sales, with the economy being blamed for less Americans eating out, IBP/Tyson is reducing production at 4 out of 10 of its US beef plants. Excel Corp., the nations third largest beef and pork producer, has also slightly reduced its production. It’s comforting to see that the formula of “people eating less beef = less beef being produced” holds true.

Reports also show that the Veg Blog has been responsible for 75% of the production decrease. OK, maybe I made that part up… (via FoodHeadlines.com)

4 Responses to “IBP cuts beef production at four plants”

  1. JeanNINE

    That’s great news!

    And hey, you can dream – this is your blog, after all! :-)

  2. weeb

    Hi, just found your site and wanted to say hooray to this great news. If only this were a dietary trend as well as an economi trend…

  3. wauhito

    beef it whats for dinner, farm raised animals do better then ant of their wild counterpart they are fed well then reach a quick death
    good eatin too

    of course venicen ok, but deer taste better if they eat better like on a ranch.

    just remember humans have a soul that separates us from the Beasts that we eat. God slaughtered
    animals to cloth Adam and Eve

  4. Ryan

    farm raised animals do better then ant of their wild counterpart they are fed well then reach a quick death

    Go ahead and keep believing that. When you come back to reality, let me know.

    just remember humans have a soul that separates us from the Beasts that we eat. God slaughtered animals to cloth Adam and Eve

    Justify it however you want, buddy… even if it requires turning metaphorical Biblical characters into flesh-and-blood people.

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