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Restaurants serving chicken wings and tenders are having a more difficult time finding those parts, and in some cases have had to pull them from their menus. But it isn’t because of a shortage of chickens — there are plenty of birds. It’s because of a shortage of people willing to take the jobs cutting up the wings and tenders. Rabobank analyst Christine McCracken talks with Steve Alexander about the problem.