I've seen it time and again throughout the years... A community is either fighting to keep a slaughterhouse away from their neighborhood. Or slaughterhouses are being built (under protest) with the grace of tax dollars: like the 2.3 million dollar tax break given to a JBS slaughterhouse in Michigan. Or the proposed 16 million for a hog slaughter plant in Illinois. Or the $600,000 for a Vermont slaughterhouse... Just a quick search will bring up many more.
I remember a hog slaughterhouse close to where I used to work in Secaucus, New Jersey. Even though the facility was 20 miles away, by 9 a.m. the air was drenched with a most god-awful odor. The stink just hovered around you... Even your food tasted like the smell. And the closer you got to the place the nastier everything became. The flies got thicker with each mile. So did the trash on the road... The houses block by block appeared more like a "dump" than a neighborhood. The stores were ratty looking and the infer-structure of the roads was in sad need of repair. Crime rates escalated too... The closer you got to the slaughterhouse the more dangerous it was for both human and nonhumans.
invest your money elsewhere. Because really... No one (even meat eaters) want's to live near a "packing plant".