Photographer Peter Menzel in front of cooling beef carcass parts. 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. San Joaquin Valley, California. 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]].
- ©Peter Menzel, www.menzelphoto.com
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Photographer Peter Menzel jeans camera Caucasian blue hardhat posing standing navy shirt long sleeves industrial agriculture factory farming cows process racks steak food cattle slaughterhouse meat flesh beef stacks butcher blood frozen freezer refrigerator rows hanging preserve inside bodies stretched bloody stamped marked packaged piles portrait horizontal
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