Huron contractor seeks $2.1M from failed beef plant
PIERRE (AP) — A $2.1 million bankruptcy trial against a failed beef packing plant in Aberdeen is expected to last through the rest of week.
The plaintiff is a Huron contractor that did dirt work for Northern Beef Packers seven years ago.
Court documents show Scott Olson Digging Inc. submitted invoices for more than $5 million. The beef plant argues the amount is too high.
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