HOLCOMB, Kan. (AP) _ Federal inspectors are monitoring the Tyson Fresh Meats plant in Holcomb following a brief suspension of operations because of reported inhumane slaughtering.
Agriculture Department spokeswoman Peggy Riek says the slaughter line was stopped Tuesday. That was after a veterinarian for the agency's Food Safety and Inspection Service notified Tyson of a humane slaughter issue. Operations resumed the next day.
Tyson spokesman Gary Mickelson says the issue was resolved and did not involve food safety.
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