Women play with their children on a set of decrepit swings in a park in Garden City, Kansas. They are the families of the many migrants who have come to the town to work at the Tyson meat packing plant. This facility kills and processes between five and six thousand beef cattle every day. Kansas dominates the American beef industry, producing 25% of all beef raised in the USA. However, the industry is heavily dependent on cheap immigrant labour. Behind the park is a line of trucks that deliver beef cattle for slaughter.