Kansas officials are actively working to keep the state’s beef packing facilities operational in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, including a plan to quarantine positive citizens in some vacant state facilities.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and the Kansas Department of Agriculture have entered into a joint agreement to increase the state’s efforts to combat cattle theft, the agencies announced Monday.
The COVID-19 Pandemic affects more of the country on a daily basis, forcing the closure or slowdown of packing plants, and impacting producer’s bottom lines. Here’s the latest around the beef industry.
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