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Pekin

(pē`kĭn), city (1990 pop. 32,254), seat of Tazewell co., central Ill., a port on the Illinois River; inc. 1839. A processing, rail, and shipping point in a grain, livestock, and dairying area, Pekin has a large food industry. Metal and paper products, chemicals, and feeds are also produced.
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Lysine is the second limiting amino acid in poultry diets and the level of this amino acid is usually considered in diet formulation for ducks, but there is little research on the lysine requirements of early starter Pekin ducklings.
Among the latest transactions, the bank closed a $7.44 million construction loan for The Grand Victorian of Pekin Assisted Living Facility.
The seed supply facilities to be expanded are located in Jefferson, IA; Lone Tree, IA; Pekin, IL; Phillips, NE; Tuscola, IL; and Waterloo, NE.
(MGP) has reached a settlement to resolve claims that it violated the Clean Air Act (CAA) at its ethanol plant in Pekin, IL.
has acquired Pekin Recycling, a paper and scrap metal recycling company in central Illinois.
pounds 82 (2) Lavender Pekin 2004 Pullets, pounds 80(2) Wyandotte Pullets, pounds 72 (2) Pekin Pullets,
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It read, "Gambling Related Charges no longer shock Pekin, Ill."