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The non-industrial world began hearing the term “supply-chain” early in the COVID pandemic when meat prices skyrocketed. Although there were plenty of cattle, hogs, and poultry on farms, the processing plants closed down and the chain of supply from the farm to the meat processor to the grocery store was broken. 

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