Skip to comments.Tyson shares slammed by 'no-danger' avian flu find
Posted on 06/04/2008 4:43:15 PM PDT by EBH
TSN 17.11, +0.13, +0.8%) dropped 8% to close at $16.98 Tuesday following a report that 15,000 chickens in a northwest Arkansas plant had tested positive for a mild strain of avian influenza.
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture spokeswoman Angie Harless said the National Veterinary Services Laboratories confirmed the presence Sunday of avian influenza antibodies in Tyson chickens, indicating that they had a mild strain of avian flu.
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More information regarding the ban implemented in Russia and Japan against imports from Arkansas.
Not all that sure Mike can be trusted to make chicken.
Being in the business I can say without legitimate contradiction this is no joke. That being said, love the pic.
I suppose this might really pose a danger to those who like their chicken done medium or rare.
I’m more concerned with the leprosy cases in Tyson’s hometown.
Yep. Still, it might be a ‘buy’ opportunity in poultry producer stock...
My thoughts exactly...cleaned up when Martha Stewart went to jail.
Arkansas ping list - pingaroo.
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