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Link: Cobb-Vantress forced to cancel Glasgow fee mill plans

For those wanting to know more about the Columbia-Adair County Economic Development's plans to bring a new plant to Columbia, KY, here's a link to a story on the Feed News website which mentions a 200 foot high grain silo: Cobb-Vantress forced to cancel Glasgow feed mill plans

CACEDA has been close-lipped about the plant, not even mentioning the name of the prospect, but Cobb-Vantress, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tyson Foods, is most often heard around town as the prospect. Figures heard local.h about the economic benefits of the plant mention a $17 million dollar investment, and 17 employees, initially, at $14 + cents/hour.

This story was posted on 2013-04-23 12:57:54
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