NCC refutes claims of chicken shortage


Supplies are tight as a result of winter storms, but production is rebounding.


Former Tyson manager pleads guilty to fraud


The man worked at the Emporia plant until 2019.


Perdue Farms worker dies in forklift accident


The employee had been working at the Virginia facility for two years.


Tyson executives detail challenges facing chicken, pork operations in 2021


Inflation, labor issues and a winter storm created hurdles for the company in Q2.


JBS opts out of NCBA membership


The company said it is maintaining active communication with the beef industry organization.


Two indicted in Colorado cattle Ponzi scheme


The defendants raised up to $650 million from investors, according to prosecutors.


Monogram provides details on new Massachusetts facility


The company plans to create 300 jobs at the plant.


Republican congressional leaders ask DOJ to investigate beef companies


Sen. John Thune and Rep. Dusty Johnson are asking DOJ to look into practices in the industry.

Grand jury indicts Claxton Poultry Farms for price fixing, bid rigging


The agency previously indicted two executives of the company in 2020. 

Seaboard Foods requests delay on ruling that limits hog line speeds


The pork processor said it will take more than 10 months to reconfigure operations.