locker plant

locker plant

A public facility containing lockable cupboards rented for cold or frozen storage of privately owned food.
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He was a farmer, hauled gas, carpenter, and worked for the Paris Locker Plant. He lived in Stonington, Morrisonville, Atwater, and Hillsboro.
The family butchered its own beeves and hogs, but took the quarters to the locker plant for cutting, wrapping and frozen storage.
For 30 years before his retirement, he worked as a meat cutter, first at the former Locker Plant, and later at First National Stores.
Quick Frozen Foods and The Locker Plant becomes the name of the magazine; the locker plants are the margin of survival for the publication.
As for butchering, I have done the whole job myself and it takes me about two days to cut and wrap a whole carcass, and have had it done in a locker plant, expensive and with mixed results.
For thirty years before his retirement, he worked as a meat cutter, first at the former Locker Plant, and later at First National Stores.
Our meat, including poultry, was kept in rented lockers at the Perryton locker plant, and each week when mother bought groceries, she stopped there to pick up a supply of meat - including, always, a number of cartons of chickens.
Rosenberger converted a chicken house that stood beside his Hatfield PA dairy into a community locker plant. The World War II effort had created a shortage of home freezers and people needed space in which to freeze the produce of their farms and gardens.
According to officials at the Countryside, Ill-based manufacturer, the Super Patty Machine is found in more restaurants, supermarkets, drive-ins, small locker plants, and institutions than any other patty machine.
Frozen-food locker plants can help farmers process and sell locally some of what they produce.
So should hunters in Wyoming hunt areas 16, 55, 57, 59-66, 73 and 88 of Goshen, Platte, Albany, western Laramie and southern Natrona and Converse counties; last year, 10 percent of 780 deer sampled at local check stations, locker plants and vehicle collisions in these areas tested positive for the disease.