In its day, there was no place in Sioux City bustling like the stockyards. Take a trip back into the 18th and 19th centuries with our archived…
Take look back at photos of the Sioux City Stockyards from the Sioux City Journal archives.
KINGSLEY, Iowa | When the last head of livestock leaves the Kingsley Livestock Pavilion after 7 p.m. Tuesday, an era in Woodbury County goes with it.
Images of the Sioux City Stockyards.
The Wow Factor.
She claims she's no researcher or historian, but Jeanette Maskevich took two years to compile information on her Polish and Lithuanian heritag…
This story ran in the Sioux City Journal April 2, 2002.
The 46 head of butcher hogs scrambled down an alley and onto the livestock scale Thursday unaware of the significance of their presence.
For some it was just business. For others the final feeder pig auction at the Sioux City stockyards was one last chance to linger in the sale …
A business ritual that touched generations ended Tuesday morning with the final sheep auction at the Sioux City stockyards.
The Sioux City stockyards will end this spring, not with a bang but with a whimper. Or maybe a moo, bleat or oink.
The Sioux City Stockyards, once the busiest yards in the nation, will close down its pens and auction sales April 1.