USA: Bankruptcy leaves chickens without food; nine poultry growers cull hens
Nine poultry growers in southeast Georgia have been forced to dispose of laying hens after the bankruptcy of Tampa, Florida-based Cypress Foods Incorporated left the growers with little or no supply of feed. Under the established agreement between the growers and the company, Cypress Foods supplied feed for the birds, the cost of which could be thousands of dollars per week depending on the size of the operation.
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