Seaboard said in a written statement that it was disappointed that Mercy for Animals went public rather than using a toll-free hotline provided by the company to report animal abuse.
Seaboard said in a written statement that it was disappointed that Mercy for Animals went public rather than using a toll-free hotline provided by the company to report animal abuse. File photo by Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Seaboard said in a written statement that it was disappointed that Mercy for Animals went public rather than using a toll-free hotline provided by the company to report animal abuse. File photo by Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

Seaboard Foods fires seven workers in response to animal cruelty findings at its pig farms

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