Chicago Livestock World

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Chicago Livestock World
Chicago Livestock World front page (January 1, 1902).JPG
TypeDaily newspaper
HeadquartersChicago, Illinois

Chicago Livestock World was a daily newspaper published at the Union Stock Yards in Chicago, Illinois in 1900.[1] Located in Chicago's meatpacking district, it reported information about the livestock market, agricultural advice, advertisements, and world news. The slogan on the masthead read: "World's Greatest Farm Newspaper." It was edited and managed by Ashleigh C. Halliwell and Will F. Baum.[2]


  1. ^ Stunz, Steven C. (1941). List of the Agricultural Periodicals of the United States vol 397-400. Washington: U.S. Department of Agriculture.
  2. ^ "Chicago Livestock World". Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections. Retrieved 7 November 2014.

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