Why the meat market is closed in the US

The meat market in the United States is closing.

As of 11:00 am ET on Wednesday, it is down more than 40% from the same time a year ago.

The market was closed on Monday due to a meat recall.

It’s been closed for almost two weeks now.

The meat industry in the U.S. has experienced a dramatic decline in the past decade.

The industry’s share of the U-S.

economy is now below 20%.

The meat and poultry industry is the second-largest single sector of the US economy, with annual revenues of more than $3 trillion.

A number of meat processing plants have closed.

The USDA has announced it is looking at closing all of its slaughterhouses, which is a significant move considering how many animals are being slaughtered.

The slaughterhouse industry is now a huge business, and one that has largely been run by a handful of corporations.

The US meat industry is responsible for about one-third of all US meat produced.