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March 20, 2013
06:44 EDTHOGS, SAFM, HRL, TSN, SFDSenate budget bill stalls as meat industry seeks more inspectors, Politico says
A Senate bill that would prevent the government from shutting down on March 27 has stalled in the Senate, according to Politico. Part of the reason for the slowdown is attempts by the meat industry to get Congress to act to prevent packing plants from being short of the inspectors they need to operate efficiently during the summer months, the website explained. Reference Link
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May 3, 2015
13:17 EDTTSNTyson stock may see 20% upside in coming year, Barron's says
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May 1, 2015
09:17 EDTTSNTyson Foods May volatility elevated into Q2 and outlook
Tyson Foods May call option implied volatility is at 30, June is at 26, July is at 25; compared to its 52-week average of 26, suggesting larger near term price movement into the expected release of Q2 results on May 4.
April 28, 2015
07:07 EDTTSNTyson Foods to eliminate human antibiotics from broiler chicken flocks by 2017
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06:10 EDTTSNTyson Foods to largely eliminate antibiotics from chicken by mid-2017, WSJ says
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April 27, 2015
15:42 EDTHRL, TSN, SAFMIowa Department of Agriculture reports four more cases of probable bird flu
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April 24, 2015
10:33 EDTSAFMFollow-up: Sanderson Farms downgraded at Cleveland Research
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09:33 EDTSAFMSanderson Farms downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Cleveland Research
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April 22, 2015
07:28 EDTSAFM, TSN, HRLMexico halts imports of poultry products from Iowa due to bird flu, Reuters says
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April 21, 2015
08:33 EDTTSN, SAFM, HRLBird flu outbreak spreads to large Iowa chicken farm, WSJ reports
An Iowa farm with about 5.3M chickens in Osceola County is the latest, and largest, chicken flock to be affected by an ongoing outbreak of avian influenza, or bird flu, reported The Wall Street Journal. The addition of this large flock brings the total number of chickens and turkeys affected by avian influenza to nearly 8M, the report noted. Last night, Hormel Foods (HRL) provided additional information regarding the anticipated impact of recent avian influenza outbreaks on its Jennie-O Turkey Store segment, stating that lower turkey supply is expected to impact plant operations and cause reduced sales volumes as the year progresses. Other publicly traded companies in the meat production space include Pilgrim's Pride (PPC), Sanderson Farms (SAFM) and Tyson Foods (TSN). Reference Link
April 20, 2015
17:02 EDTHRLHormel Foods backs FY15 adjusted EPS view of $2.50-$2.60, consensus $2.60
17:01 EDTHRLHormel Foods discusses impact of recent avian influenza outbreaks
Hormel Foods provided additional information regarding the anticipated impact of recent avian influenza outbreaks on its Jennie-O Turkey Store segment. Highly pathogenic H5N2 avian influenza, or HPAI, has been detected at multiple turkey farms that supply Jennie-O Turkey Store, resulting in the loss of affected flocks and temporary quarantine of farms in the area until a full cleaning process is completed. Lower turkey supply is expected to impact plant operations and cause reduced sales volumes as the year progresses. Jennie-O Turkey Store is managing the occurrences in full cooperation with the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service and state agency officials, and is collaborating closely with industry associations and other poultry companies in the region to ensure food safety and employee safety. All flocks are tested for influenza prior to processing. No birds diagnosed with HPAI are allowed to enter the food chain.

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