Economic concentration in the meatpacking industry: hearing before the Subcommittee on Nutrition and Investigations of the Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, United States Senate, One Hundred First Congress, second session, on consolidation and concentration in the meatpacking industry; the causes and forces behind these changes, and the impacts of the consolidation and concentration upon livestock producers, consumers, workers, and communities, July 20, 1990
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July 20 1990
Lamb Gary president Iowa Farmers Union Chelsea IA on behalf of
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5th Cir Agriculture Albert Lea American Meat Institute antitrust laws beef industry beef packers Big Three boxed beef captive supply carcass Cargill cattle feeding cattle market cattlemen Cedar Rapids Chairman Committee companies competition competitors ConAgra concern Congress consumers costs economic efficient Farm Bureau Farmers Union Farmstead feeder feedlots forward contracting four firms head cattle buyer heifer slaughter Highly Concentrated hog slaughter IBP's impact increased issue Justice Department LAMB live cattle price livestock producers major packers market power market share meat industry meatpacking industry mergers and acquisitions monopoly National Nutrition and Investigations operations packer concentration packer defendants packer feeding Packers and Stockyards packing industry percent plaintiffs pork Pork Producers price fixing purchase red meat retail rural sell Senator HARKIN steer and heifer Stockyards Administration summary judgment testimony U.S. Justice Department USDA vertical integration Ward workers Yellow Sheet