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PRINCETON, MO. (2010-3-4) Citizens attending the public meeting to save premium standard farms continue their support.
Late last month Missouri's residents and community leaders over the legal dispute that could force the shut-down of the multi-million dollar pork processor. Wendell Myers is president of Grand River Mutual based in Princeton. He calls PSF a good corporate citizen and says regional residents remain in limbo on the future of the employer. Premium standard farms and State officials are reportedly continuing negotiations, but neither side is speaking publically.
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