Tyson Foods Harvest Room ( 1st Shift Live Hang) in Forest, Mississippi
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1ST SHIFT (United States of America)
Team Member must be able to grasps, positions, and places live birds into a shackle. Team Member must be able to hang 28 birds per minute.
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