Boyd's Packing House

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Boyd's Packing House was the first packing house in Omaha, Nebraska.[1] Founded by Irish-born James Boyd in 1872, the plant processed pork initially. The plant was destroyed by fire January 18, 1880, and was rebuilt much larger.[2] Boyd sold his plant in 1882.[3]

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  1. ^ (1898) Chicago Securities. Volume 8. Chicago Directory Company. p 197.
  2. ^ "Boyd's Packing House", Andreas' History of Nebraska. Retrieved 8/28/10.
  3. ^ "James E. Boyd", Omaha Illustrated. Retrieved 8/28/10.

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