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Jan. 12, 2012MARYVILLE, MO |  By: Wayman

PSF Completes Agreement

It's been a decade in the making, but north Missouri's corporate pork producer has finished it's agreement with the state of Missouri.

Premium Standard Farms has been complying with the state attorney general to install cutting edge technology on its farms to cut down on odors and manage waste. Now, PSF has finished installing 7 million dollars worth of barn scrapers, which collects waste from the floors and into a pit. Company director of administration Bill Homann says the instillation is 7 months ahead of schedule, and it completes the state list of required technology upgrades.

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PSF employees nearly 2,500 people on its farms and plants in north Missouri. You can hear the complete interview with Homann tomorrow morning at 10:06 here on KXCV and KRNW.