SL Trib Oct 20, 1946

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SL Trib Oct 20, 1946 - . , Tke pleat ef Anal* MchrleM on* S»«. Beef...
. , Tke pleat ef Anal* MchrleM on* S»«. Beef 4hMb«ters. \? 1 1 2*11 S. M«la. felt Lake City. b»l»w. It reeny end Mc»«He>4'i kill- laf d left, teal- tery. Is aider tke ceettaat icreMey ef U. S. ewet la- •* tb« «eet peckers, belvw. Is e ferett •f dressed e a d laspected beevvs, skeef> ead kefs. McFarland Meats Serve Seven Western States W HOLESALE distribution of fine meats through seven western states—or anywhere in the United States as ordered—Is the regular service of Archie McFarland and Son, wholesale r.reat distributors, 2922 S. Main, Salt Lake City. With more than 1000 markets in Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Wyoming, California, Oregon and Washington, Archie McFarland McFarland 4 Son have shipped meat in their own fleet of trucks as far as New York City and are prepared to fill orders In any part of the country. Since 1910, when Archie McFarland started the meat distribution business, the firm has been In continuous operation operation to rank as Salt Lake City's oldest meat distributor. Archie Ray McFarland, present senior partner and son of the founder, entered the business In 1915. Paul McFarland, grandson of the founder, Is present manager. Current operations of the bustnesi Include the slaughter and dressing dally of 150 cattle, 1000 sheep and 500 hogs. Alt animals are bought from intermountaln producers. Sales of the firm last year totaled more than $4,000,000. McFarland's 65 employes are highly skilled in their trades, keep the modern slaughter and dressing plant humming humming with industry. All meats are .U. S. inspected and graded. The firm. Is preparing to add improvements to the plant totaling approximately $165,000. Included in expansion plans are addition of a processing department for smoked meals and sausage, construction of new stockyards and • new kill- Ing department. Like the proverbial slaughterhouse In which nothing !* lost but the hog's squeal, McFarland makes use of all byproducts byproducts In the most expeditious manner. Meat scraps are turned over to poultry feed mills, fat .and other by-products are bought by « nationally known producer of soaps, and hides, pelts and wool are processed by commercial users. Store-door delivery service Is maintained to regular customers customers with a fleet of 25 trucks and semitrailers. Deliveries arc effected In a matter of hours after processing Is complete complete In the refrigerated trucks. Satisfaction Is guaranteed. Tkli orfvorfliomoKt li pakllikoa 1 <» tke literoif o/ 4ro«for /«formo«»re/» l*e'*itr/*l rVof roti by Archie McFarland & Son 2*12 South Moll, S«lt Lake City

Clipped from The Salt Lake Tribune20 Oct 1946, SunPage 84

The Salt Lake Tribune (Salt Lake City, Utah)20 Oct 1946, SunPage 84
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