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DTN Daily Feedstuffs Comments
Mon Nov 26, 2012 02:22 PM CST

Opening Prices:

Corn: $7.48
Soybeans: $14.32
Soybean Meal: $432.50
Live Cattle: $128.97
Feeder Cattle: $147.40
Lean Hogs: $82.50
Class III Milk: $20.78

Protein Markets (Soybean Meal)

The lack of active trade through most of last week has allowed the soybean meal market to soften slightly as traders wait for additional direction through the end of the month. But early action Monday showed additional support returning to the market. This support is expected to remain lackluster at best, as the latest rally appears to have very wobbly legs. The main focus of the market is the lack of additional support from ...

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