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Tyson Foods installs cameras to improve animal conditions

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Animal rights groups are pleased Tyson Foods wants to improve conditions at its farms but they still say the company's plans don't go far enough.

The company announced it installed cameras at their 33 processing plants and hired a team to review how it handles and slaughters chickens.

The group "Mercy for Animals" says the birds will still suffer under traditional industry practices.

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