Harrington's Sort & Cull
John Harrington DTN Livestock Analyst
Fri Oct 31, 2014 01:11 PM CDT

The doorbell rings for the hundredth time and you start to growl about irresponsible parents, juvenile greed, and tooth decay spreading like Ebola. Thankfully, your exponentially better half grabs the candy bowl and greets the latest wave of trick-or-treaters with an appropriate level of mock horror and seasonal generosity.

"Come see these spooky goblins," your wife says, insisting that you once again vacate the La-Z-Boy in the dubious name of Halloween fun. "It's the Commodity children. I swear, they always have the best costumes in the entire neighborhood!"

"Let me guess who's who," I say, struggling to get in the ...

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