The company pulled Zilmax last year amid resistance from cattle processors. Now, it wants to run a test on 250,000 animals.
Pilgrim's Pride? Tyson? It doesn't matter. Consolidation in the food industry bodes well for all the players' share prices.
These stocks are in sectors whose historical returns have been solid anytime of year.
The company has called back 75,000 pounds of nuggets amid complaints that the meat was contaminated with bits of plastic.
They are 2 of the biggest names in poultry production.
New rules require processors to say where livestock was born, raised and slaughtered. Tyson and other companies say the requirements are too burdensome.
The producer reported better-than-expected earnings Monday morning, and investors are as pleased as punch.
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