This year, Tyson Foods faced hesitant shoppers and expensive livestock feed, yet Donnie Smith led the company to record sales in 2011.
“In fiscal 2011, we produced record sales and our second best EPS [earnings per share] in company history despite record input costs, which included $675 million in additional feed and ingredient costs in our chicken segment,” said Smith, president and chief executive officer, in a company statement.
Over the past year, Tyson has worked to ...
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