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The Harris Ranch slaughterhouse, the Harris Beef Company, in Selma, California kills more than 700 head of cattle a day. Beef carcasses are cooled in a huge refrigerated room. A worker in a red hardhat trims beef. USA [[From the company: THE HARRIS FARMS GROUP OF COMPANIES. Harris Farms, Inc. is one of the nation's largest, vertically integrated family owned agribusinesses]].

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The Harris Ranch slaughterhouse, the Harris Beef Company, in Selma, California kills more than 700 head of cattle a day. Beef carcasses are cooled in a huge refrigerated room. A worker in a red hardhat trims beef. USA [[From the company: THE HARRIS FARMS GROUP OF COMPANIES. Harris Farms, Inc. is one of the nation's largest, vertically integrated family owned agribusinesses]].