How is JBS Going to Use Lakeside Brooks to Compete - Kevin Grier

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When the news broke that JBS was going to buy the XL Foods Lakeside plant after the fall 2012 ecoli crisis, many were relieved that a buyer had stepped up.  The plant going dark was a much worse scenario for local cattle feeders. Now that the plant deal has closed we thought it would actually be a good time to look at the reasons that JBS would see the Brooks facility as a good fit financially for the company. Was the price to good to be true?  How important are the logistics of supply?  Does it fit into the needs…

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