Tyson Foods sued Cody Allen Easterday, owner of Easterday Ranches Inc., in January.
The 370,000-square-foot facility includes a processing plant, feed mill and hatchery.
Local officials confirmed the three people involved in the altercation were Pilgrim’s employees.
Swift Prepared Foods announced plans to build a $200 million facility in Columbia, Mo.
The deal with Vivera includes three manufacturing facilities and a research and development center.
Victoria Marie Parra-Lerdo was cleaning the facility for her mother’s company.
The position was vacated when Jon Nash took over as president of the global protein and salt enterprise in March.
A judge ruled that USDA-FSIS failed to consider whether increasing line speeds would harm workers.
The processor said it is following local and federal guidelines to protect workers.
The NCBA said the president had not called for a reduction in beef consumption and production.