CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION


                              TYSON FOODS, INC.


     Tyson Foods, Inc., a corporation organized and existing under the  laws

of the State of Delaware (the "Corporation"), hereby certifies as follows:


     1.   The  name of the Corporation is Tyson Foods, Inc.  The Corporation

was   originally  incorporated  under  the  same  name,  and  the   original

Certificate of Incorporation of the corporation was filed with the Secretary

of  State of the State of Delaware on January 31, 1986, as amended on  March

5, 1987, and further amended on March 1, 1991.


     2.  Pursuant to Section 245 of the General Corporation Law of the State

of  Delaware  ("Section  245"), this Restated Certificate  of  Incorporation

restates  and  integrates the provisions of the Certificate of Incorporation

of  the  Corporation  and  does  not further amend  the  provisions  of  the

Corporation's  Certificate  of  Incorporation  as  heretofore   amended   or

supplemented  and there is no discrepancy between those provisions  and  the

provisions  of  the  Restated  Certificate  of  Incorporation  (except   for

omissions allowed by Section 245).


     3.   The Restated Certificate of Incorporation has been duly adopted by

the Board of Directors of the Corporation in accordance with Section 245  at

a duly held meeting thereof on November 20, 1998.


     4.  The text of the Restated Certificate of Incorporation as heretofore

amended or supplemented is hereby restated without further amendment to read

in its entirety as follows:



     FIRST:    The name of the Corporation is Tyson Foods, Inc.


     SECOND:    The  address of the registered office of the Corporation  in

the  State of Delaware is 1209 Orange Street, in the City Wilmington, County

of  New  Castle.   The name of its registered agent at that address  is  the

Corporation Trust Company.


     THIRD:    The purpose of the Corporation is to engage in any lawful act

or  activity  for  which a corporation may be organized  under  the  General

Corporation  Law  of Delaware as set forth in Title 8 of the  Delaware  Code

(the "GCL").


     FOURTH:    The  aggregate number of shares of capital stock  which  the

Corporation   shall  have  authority  to  issue  is  1,800,000,000   shares,

consisting of 900,000,000 shares of Class A Common Stock, par value $.10 per

share (the "Class A Stock"), and 900,000,000 shares of Class B Common Stock,

par value $.10 per share (the "Class B Stock").


     The  relative  rights, preferences and limitations  of  each  class  of

Common Stock are as follows:









I.   Class A Stock and Class B Stock


      A.   Dividends.     Subject to any other provisions of the Certificate

of Incorporation, as it may be amended from time to time, holders of Class A

Stock  and  Class  B Stock shall be entitled to receive such  dividends  and

other distributions in cash, stock or property of the Corporation as may  be

declared  thereon by the Board of Directors from time to time out of  assets

or  funds  of the Corporation legally available therefor, provided  that  no

cash  dividend shall be declared and paid on the Class B Stock unless (i)  a

cash  dividend is simultaneously declared and paid on the Class A Stock  and

(ii) the per share amount of such dividend declared and paid on the Class  B

Stock  does not exceed 90% of the per share amount of the dividend  declared

and  paid  on  the  Class  A  Stock.  In the  case  of  dividends  or  other

distributions  payable in stock of the Corporation, including  distributions

pursuant  to  stock  splits or divisions of stock of the  Corporation  which

occur  after  the  initial  issuance of shares  of  Class  B  Stock  by  the

Corporation, such distributions or divisions shall be in the same proportion

with  respect to each class of stock, but only shares of Class A Stock shall

be  distributed  with respect to Class A Stock and only shares  of  Class  B

Stock  shall be distributed with respect to Class B Stock.  In the  case  of

any combination or reclassification of Class A Stock, the shares of Class  B

Stock  shall  also  be  combined or reclassified so  that  the  relationship

between  the number of shares of Class B Stock and Class A Stock outstanding

immediately following such combination or reclassification shall be the same

as  the  relationship  between  the Class B Stock  and  the  Class  A  Stock

immediately prior to such combination or reclassification.


     B.   Voting.


          (1)  At every meeting of the shareholders, every holder of Class A

Stock shall be entitled to one (1) vote in person or by proxy for each share

of  Class  A  Stock  standing  in his name on  the  transfer  books  of  the

Corporation, and every holder of Class B Stock shall be entitled to ten (10)

votes in person or by proxy for each share of Class B Stock standing in  his

name on the transfer books of the Corporation.


           (2)   Following the initial issuance of shares of Class B  Stock,

the  Corporation  may  not effect the issuance of any additional  shares  of

Class  B  Stock (except in connection with stock splits and stock dividends)

unless and until such issuance is authorized by the holders of a majority of

the  voting  power  of  the shares of Class A Stock and  of  Class  B  Stock

entitled to vote, each voting separately as a class.


           (3)  No shareholder shall have the right to cumulate votes in the

election of directors.


           (4)   Except  as  may  be  otherwise  required  by  law  or  this

Certificate of Incorporation, the holders of Class A Stock and Class B Stock

shall vote together as a single class.


     C.   Transfer.


           (1)   No  person  holding  shares of  Class  B  Stock  of  record

(hereinafter  called a "Class B Holder") may transfer, and  the  Corporation

shall not register the transfer of, such shares of Class B Stock, whether by

sale,  assignment,  gift, bequest, appointment or  otherwise,  except  to  a

Permitted Transferee.  A Permitted Transferee shall mean:





                (a)   With  respect to a Class B Holder  who  is  a  natural



                    (i)   The  spouse  of  such Class B Holder,  any  lineal

               descendant  of  an  ancestor of such  Class  B  Holder  which

               ancestor was born on or after January 1, 1905, and any spouse

               of such a lineal descendant;


                    (ii)  The trustee of a trust (including a voting  trust)

               principally for the benefit of such Class B holder and/or one

               or more of his or her Permitted Transferees described in this

               clause C.(1)(a);


                    (iii)      Any organization described in Section  170(c)

               of  the Internal Revenue Code, as it may from time to time be

               amended (the "Code") or any split-interest trust described in

               Section  4947  of the Code (hereinafter called a  "Charitable



                    (iv)   A  corporation,  a  majority  of  the  beneficial

               ownership  of outstanding capital stock of which entitled  to

               vote  for  the  election  of directors  is  owned  by,  or  a

               partnership  a  majority of the beneficial ownership  of  the

               partnership interests of which entitled to participate in the

               management  of  the partnership are held  by,  such  Class  B

               holder  or his or her Permitted Transferees determined  under

               this  clause  C.(1)(a), provided that if  by  reason  of  any

               change   in  the  ownership  of  such  stock  or  partnership

               interests,  such corporation or partnership would  no  longer

               qualify  as  a Permitted Transferee, all shares  of  Class  B

               Stock  then  held  by such corporation or partnership  shall,

               upon  the election of the Corporation given by written notice

               to  such corporation or partnership, without further  act  on

               anyone's  part,  be converted into shares of  Class  A  Stock

               effective  upon  the date of the giving of such  notice,  and

               stock certificates formerly representing such shares of Class

               B Stock shall thereupon and thereafter be deemed to represent

               a like number of shares of Class A Stock; and


                       (v)   The   executor,   administrator   or   personal

               representative of the estate of such Class B  Holder  or  the

               Guardian of the estate of such Class B Holder.


               (b)   In the case of a Class B Holder holding shares of Class

          B  Stock  as  trustee pursuant to a trust (other than a Charitable

          Organization or a trust described in clause (c) below), "Permitted

          Transferee"  means (i) any person transferring Class  B  Stock  to

          such   trust  and  (ii)  any  Permitted  Transferee  of  any  such

          transferor determined pursuant to clause C.(1)(a) above.


               (c)   In the case of a Class B Holder holding shares of Class

          B  Stock  as  trustee pursuant to a trust (other than a Charitable

          Organization)  which  was  irrevocable  on  the  record  date  for

          determining the persons to whom such shares of Class B  Stock  are

          first issued by the Corporation, "Permitted Transferee" means  (i)





          person  to  whom or for whose benefit principal may be distributed

          either  during or at the end of the term of such trust whether  by

          power   of   appointment  or  otherwise  and  (ii)  any  Permitted

          Transferee  of  any  such  person determined  pursuant  to  clause

          C.(1)(a) above.



               (d)   In  the  case of a Class B Holder that is a  Charitable

          Organization holding record and beneficial ownership of the amount

          of  shares  of  Class B Stock in question, "Permitted  Transferee"

          means (i) any person transferring such amount of shares of Class B

          Stock  to  such  Charitable Organization and  (ii)  any  Permitted

          Transferee of such transferor as determined under clause  C.(1)(a)



               (e)   In the case of a Class B Holder that is a trustee of  a

          thrift or profit sharing plan acquiring record ownership of shares

          of Class B Stock for the benefit of participants in such thrift or

          profit  sharing plan upon its initial issuance by the Corporation,

          "Permitted  Transferee" means (i) the employee for  whose  account

          such shares of Class B Stock are held by such trustee and (ii) any

          "Permitted Transferee" of such employee as determined under clause

          C.(1)(a) above.


               (f)  In the case of a Class B Holder that is a corporation or

          partnership  (other  than  a  Charitable  Organization)  acquiring

          record  and  beneficial ownership of shares of Class B Stock  upon

          its  initial  issuance by the Corporation, "Permitted  Transferee"

          means (i) any partner of such partnership, or shareholder of  such

          corporation,  on the record date for determining  the  persons  to

          whom  such  shares  of  Class B Stock  are  first  issued  by  the

          Corporation, (ii) any person transferring shares of  Class B Stock

          to  such  corporation  or  partnership, and  (iii)  any  Permitted

          Transferee of any such person, partner, or shareholder referred to

          in subclauses (i) and (ii) of this clause (f), as determined under

          clause C.(1)(a) above.


                (g) In the case of a Class B Holder that is a corporation or

          partnership (other than a Charitable Organization or a corporation

          or  partnership described in clause (f) above) holding record  and

          beneficial  ownership  of  shares of  Class  B  Stock,  "Permitted

          Transferee" means (i) any person transferring shares  of  Class  B

          Stock  to  such corporation or partnership and (ii) any  Permitted

          Transferee  of  any  such  transferor as determined  under  clause

          C.(1)(a) above.


               (h)   In  the case of a Class B Holder that is the  executor,

          administrator, personal representative or guardian of  the  estate

          of  a  deceased Class B Holder, or that is the trustee or receiver

          of  the  estate  of a bankrupt or insolvent Class B Holder,  which

          holds  record  or beneficial ownership of the shares  of  Class  B

          Stock, "Permitted Transferee" means a Permitted Transferee of such

          deceased,  bankrupt  or  insolvent Class B  Holder  as  determined

          pursuant  to clause (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f) or (g) above,  as

          the case may be.







       (2)  Notwithstanding anything to the contrary set forth  herein,  any

Class B Holder may pledge such holder's shares of Class B Stock to a pledgee

pursuant  to  a bona fide pledge of such shares as collateral  security  for

indebtedness  due  to the pledgee, provided that such shares  shall  not  be

transferred  to  or registered in the name of the pledgee and  shall  remain

subject to the provisions of this Section C.  In the event of foreclosure or

other  similar action by the pledgee, such pledged shares of Class  B  Stock

may  only  be  transferred  to  a Permitted Transferee  of  the  pledgor  or

converted into shares of Class A Stock, as the pledgee may elect.



     (3)  For purposes of this Section C.:


               (a)   The  relationship of any person that is derived  by  or

          through legal adoption shall be considered a natural one.


               (b)   Each  joint owner of shares of  Class B Stock shall  be

          considered a "Class B Holder" of such shares.


               (c)   A  minor  for  whom shares of Class B  Stock  are  held

          pursuant to a Uniform Gifts to Minors Act or similar law shall  be

          considered a Class B Holder of such shares.


               (d)  Unless otherwise specified, the term "person" means both

          natural persons and legal entities.


               (e)   Without derogating from the election conferred upon the

          Corporation  pursuant to subclause (iv) of clause C.(1)(a)  above,

          each  reference  to  a  corporation shall  include  any  successor

          corporation resulting from merger or consolidation; each reference

          to a partnership shall include any successor partnership resulting

          from the death or withdrawal of a partner; and each reference to a

          trustee shall include any successor trustee.


      (4)   Any  transfer of shares of Class B Stock not permitted hereunder

shall  result in the conversion of the transferee's shares of Class B  Stock

into  shares  of  Class  A Stock, effective the date on  which  certificates

representing  such shares are presented for transfer on  the  books  of  the

Corporation.  The Corporation may, in connection with preparing  a  list  of

shareholders  entitled  to  vote at any meeting of  shareholders,  or  as  a

condition to the transfer or the registration of shares of Class B Stock  on

the  Corporation's books, require the furnishing of such affidavits or other

proof  as  it deems necessary to establish that any person is the beneficial

owner of shares of Class B Stock or is a Permitted Transferee.


      (5)   Except  as  provided above, shares of Class  B  Stock  shall  be

registered in the names of the beneficial owners thereof and not in "street"

or  "nominee" name.  For this purpose, a "beneficial owner" of any shares of

Class  B  Stock  shall mean a person who, or an entity which, possesses  the

power, either singly or jointly, to direct the voting or disposition of such

shares.  The Corporation shall note on the certificates for shares of  Class

B Stock the restrictions on transfer and registration of transfer imposed by

this Section C.








     D.   Conversion Rights.


       (1) Subject to the terms and conditions of this Section D, each share

of  Class B Stock shall be convertible at any time or from time to  time  at

the  option of the respective holders thereof, at the office of any transfer

agent  for Class B Stock, and at such other place or places, if any, as  the

Board  of Directors may designate, or, if the Board of Directors shall  fail

so  to  designate, at the principal office of the Corporation (attention  of

the Secretary of the Corporation), into one (1) fully paid and nonassessable

share  of  Class  A Stock.  Upon conversion the Corporation  shall  make  no

payment or adjustment on account of dividends accrued or in arrears on Class

B  Stock  surrendered for conversion or on account of any dividends  on  the

Class  A  Stock issuable on such conversion. Before any holder  of  Class  B

Stock  shall  be entitled to convert the same into Class A Stock,  he  shall

surrender  the  certificate or certificates for such Class B  Stock  at  the

office  of  said  transfer agent (or other place as  provided  above)  which

certificate or certificates, if the Corporation shall so request,  shall  be

duly  endorsed  to  the  Corporation or in blank or  accompanied  by  proper

instruments of transfer to the Corporation (such endorsements or instruments

of  transfer to be in form satisfactory to the Corporation), and shall  give

written  notice  to  the Corporation at said office that  he  elects  so  to

convert  said Class B Stock in accordance with the terms of this Section  D,

and  shall state in writing therein the name or names in which he wishes the

certificate  or  certificates for Class A Stock to be  issued.   Every  such

notice of election to convert shall constitute a contract between the holder

of  such Class B Stock and the Corporation, whereby the holder of such Class

B  Stock shall be deemed to subscribe for the amount of Class A Stock  which

he  shall  be entitled to receive upon such conversion, and, in satisfaction

of  such subscription, to deposit the Class B Stock to be converted  and  to

release  the  Corporation  from all liability thereunder,  and  thereby  the

Corporation  shall be deemed to agree that the surrender of the  certificate

or  certificates therefor and the extinguishment of liability thereon  shall

constitute full payment of such subscription for Common Stock to  be  issued

upon  such  conversion.  The Corporation will as soon as  practicable  after

such deposit of a certificate or certificates for Class B Stock, accompanied

by  the written notice and the statement above prescribed, issue and deliver

at  the office of said transfer agent (or other place as provided above)  to

the  person for whose account such Class B Stock was so surrendered,  or  to

his  nominee  or nominees, a certificate or certificates for the  number  of

full  shares  of Class A Stock to which he shall be entitled  as  aforesaid.

Subject  to  the  provision  of  subsection (3)  of  this  Section  D,  such

conversion  shall  be  deemed to have been made  as  of  the  date  of  such

surrender  of the Class B Stock to be converted; and the person  or  persons

entitled to receive the Class A Stock issuable upon conversion of such Class

B Stock shall be treated for all purposes as the record holder or holders of

such Class A Stock on such date.


          (2)  The issuance of certificates for shares of Class A Stock upon

conversion of shares of Class B Stock shall be made without charge  for  any

stamp  or  other similar tax in respect of such issuance.  However,  if  any

such certificate is to be issued in a name other than that of the holder  of

the  share  or  shares  of Class B Stock converted, the  person  or  persons

requesting the issuance thereof shall pay to the Corporation the  amount  of

any  tax  which may be payable in respect of any transfer involved  in  such

issuance or shall establish to the satisfaction of the Corporation that such

tax has been paid.





          (3)   The  Corporation shall not be required to  convert  Class  B

Stock,  and  no  surrender  of Class B Stock shall  be  effective  for  that

purpose,  while the stock transfer books of the Corporation are  closed  for

any  purpose; but the surrender of Class B Stock for conversion  during  any

period  while such books are so closed shall become effective for conversion

immediately upon the reopening of such books, as if the conversion had  been

made on the date such Class B Stock was surrendered.


          (4)   The  Corporation covenants that it will at all times reserve

and  keep available, solely for the purpose of issue upon conversion of  the

outstanding shares of Class B Stock, such number of shares of Class A  Stock

as  shall  be  issuable upon the conversion of all such outstanding  shares,

provided  that nothing contained herein shall be construed to  preclude  the

Corporation from satisfying its obligations in respect of the conversion  of

the  outstanding shares of Class B Stock by delivery of shares  of  Class  A

Stock  which  are held in the treasury of the Corporation.  The  Corporation

covenants  that  all  shares of Class A Stock which  shall  be  issued  upon

conversion  of the shares of Class B Stock, will, upon issue, be fully  paid

and nonassessable and not entitled to any preemptive rights.  All shares  of

Class  A  Stock  acquired in exchange for shares of Class B  Stock  and  all

shares of Class B Stock converted into Class A Stock shall be cancelled  and

restored to the status of authorized but unissued shares of Class A Stock or

Class B Stock, as the case may be.


            (5) At any time when the Board of Directors and the holders of a

majority  of the outstanding shares of Class B Stock approve the  conversion

of  all of the Class B Stock into Class A Stock, then the outstanding shares

of  Class B Stock shall be converted into shares of Class A Stock.   In  the

event  of  such a conversion, certificates formerly representing outstanding

shares  of  Class  B  Stock  shall thereupon and  thereafter  be  deemed  to

represent the like number of shares of Class A Stock.


     E.   Liquidation Rights.


     In  the  event  of any dissolution, liquidation or winding  up  of  the

affairs  of the Corporation, whether voluntary or involuntary, after payment

or  provision  for  payment  of  the debts  and  other  liabilities  of  the

Corporation,  the  remaining assets and funds of the  Corporation,  if  any,

shall be divided among and paid ratably to the holders of Class A Stock  and

the  holders of Class B Stock.  A merger or consolidation of the Corporation

with  or  into any other corporation or a sale or conveyance of all  or  any

part of the assets of the Corporation (which shall not in fact result in the

liquidation   of  the  Corporation  and  the  distribution  of   assets   to

shareholders)  shall  not  be  deemed  to  be  a  voluntary  or  involuntary

liquidation  or  dissolution  or winding up of the  Corporation  within  the

meaning of this Section E.















     F.   Preemptive Rights.


     Subject  to any conversion rights of the holders of Class B  Stock,  no

holder of either Class A Stock or Class B Stock of the Corporation shall  be

entitled  as of right to subscribe for or receive any part of the authorized

stock  of  the  Corporation or any part of any new, additional or  increased

issues  of  stock  of any class or of any obligations convertible  into  any

class  or classes of stock, but the Board of Directors may, without offering

any  such  shares  of  stock  or  obligations  convertible  into  stock   to

shareholders  of any class, issue and sell or dispose of the  sale  to  such

persons and for such considerations permitted by law as it may from time  to

time in its absolute discretion determine.


     FIFTH:     I.    All  corporate  powers of  the  Corporation  shall  be

exercised  by  or  under the direction of the Board of Directors  except  as

otherwise provided herein or by law.


     In  furtherance and not in limitation of the powers conferred  by  law,

the Board of Directors is expressly authorized:


          (i)   to  fix, abolish, determine and vary from time to  time  the

     amount or amounts to be set apart as reserves,


          (ii) to adopt, amend and repeal Bylaws of the Corporation;


          (iii)      to  authorize  and cause to be executed  mortgages  and

     liens,  with  or without limit as to amount, upon the real or  personal

     property of the Corporation;


            (iv)      from  time to time to determine whether  and  to  what

     extent,  at  what  time  and  place,  and  under  what  conditions  and

     regulations the accounts and books of the Corporation, or any of  them,

     shall  be open to the inspection of any shareholder; and no shareholder

     shall have any right to inspect any account or book or document of  the

     Corporation except as conferred by statute or bylaw or as authorized by

     resolution of the shareholders or Board of Directors;


          (v)  to authorize the payment of compensation to the directors for

     services  to the Corporation, including fees for attendance at meetings

     of  the  Board of Directors or of any committee thereof and/or salaries

     for  serving  as such directors or committee members, and to  determine

     the amount of such compensation;


          (vi) from time to time to formulate, establish, promote, and carry

     out, and to amend, alter, change, revise, recall, repeal or abolish,  a

     plan  or  plans  for the participation by all or any of the  employees,

     including  directors  and  officers, of  the  Corporation,  or  of  any

     corporation, company, association, trust or organization in which or in

     the  welfare  of  which  the Corporation has any  interest,  and  those

     actively engaged in the conduct of the Corporation's business,  in  the

     profits,  gains,  or  business  of the Corporation  or  any  branch  or

     division  thereof,  as  part of the Corporation's legitimate  expenses,

     and/or  for  the furnishing to such employees, directors,  officers  or

     persons,  or  any  of  them, at the Corporation's expense,  of  medical

     services,  insurance  against accident, sickness,  or  death,  pensions

     during old age, disability




     or  unemployment, education, housing, social services,  recreation,  or

     other  similar aids for their relief or general welfare, in such manner

     and  upon  such  terms and conditions as the Board of  Directors  shall

     determine; and


          (vii)      to  authorize  the  guaranty  by  the  Corporation   of

     securities,  evidences  of  indebtedness,  and  obligations  of   other

     persons, firms, associations and corporations.


     II.   Except  to the extent prohibited by law, the Board  of  Directors

shall have the right (which, to the extent exercised, shall be exclusive) to

establish the rights, powers, duties, rules and procedures that from time to

time shall govern the Board of Directors and each of its members, including,

without  limitation, the vote required for any such action by the  Board  of

Directors, and that from time to time shall affect the directors'  power  to

manage  the business and affairs of the Corporation; and no Bylaw  shall  be

adopted  by shareholders which shall impair or impede the implementation  of

the foregoing.


     SIXTH:      To  the  fullest  extent  permitted  by  Delaware   General

Corporation Law as the same exists or may hereafter be amended,  a  director

of  this  Corporation  shall  not  be  liable  to  the  Corporation  or  its

stockholders for monetary damages for breach of fiduciary duty as director.


     SEVENTH:   Meetings of shareholders may be held within or  without  the

State  of  Delaware, as the Corporation's Bylaws may provide.  The books  of

the  Corporation  may  be kept (subject to any provision  contained  in  the

statutes)  outside the State of Delaware at such place or places as  may  be

designated from time to time by the Board of Directors or in the  Bylaws  of

the Corporation.


     EIGHTH:   Whenever a compromise or arrangement is proposed between this

Corporation  and  its  creditors or any class of them  and/or  between  this

Corporation  and  its  shareholders or any  class  of  them,  any  court  of

equitable  jurisdiction within the State of Delaware may, on the application

in  a  summary  way  of this Corporation or of any creditor  or  shareholder

thereof  or  on  the application of any receiver or receivers appointed  for

this  Corporation under the provisions of Section 291 of the GCL or  on  the

application  of  trustees  in dissolution or of any  receiver  or  receivers

appointed  for this Corporation under the provisions of Section 279  of  the

GCL,  order a meeting of the creditors or class of creditors, and/or of  the

shareholders or class of shareholders of this Corporation, as the  case  may

be,  to be summoned in such manner as the said court directs.  If a majority

in  number representing three-fourths in value of the creditors or class  of

creditors,  and/or  of  the shareholders or class of  shareholders  of  this

Corporation, as the case may be, agree to any compromise or arrangement  and

to  any  reorganization  of  this  Corporation  as  a  consequence  of  such

compromise or arrangement, the said compromise or arrangement and  the  said

reorganization  shall,  if  sanctioned  by  the  court  to  which  the  said

application  has  been  made, be binding on all the creditors  or  class  of

creditors, and/or on all the shareholders or class of shareholders, of  this

Corporation, as the case may be, and also on this Corporation.









     NINTH:    The Corporation reserves the right to amend, alter, change or

repeal any provision contained in this Certificate of Incorporation, in  the

manner now or hereafter prescribed by statute, and all rights conferred upon

shareholders herein are granted subject to this reservation.


     TENTH:     In furtherance and not in limitation of the powers conferred

by  statute, the Board of Directors is expressly authorized to make, repeal,

alter, amend and rescind the Bylaws of the Corporation.


     ELEVENTH: Elections of directors at an annual or special meeting of the

shareholders shall be by written ballot unless the Bylaws of the Corporation

shall otherwise provide.


     IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Restated Certificate of Incorporation has been

signed  by R. Read Hudson, its authorized officer this 14th day of December,




                                   TYSON FOODS, INC.




                                   By:  R. Read Hudson

                                   Title:  Secretary


[As Filed: 12-16-1998]