Seems to be a problem all over.
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Canadian meat packers are short hundreds of workers, forcing plants to run at well below full capacity, the industry group Canadian Meat Council said on Monday.
Plants are operating at 77 percent of capacity on average, based on a survey by the council, resulting in more Canadian cattle and hogs are being shipped to the United States for slaughter. Canada is the world’s third-largest pork exporter and seventh-biggest shipper of beef and veal.