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DTN Daily Feedstuffs Comments
Mary Kennedy DTN Basis Analyst
Fri Jul 26, 2013 11:16 AM CDT

Opening Prices:

Corn (September): $4.95 1/4

Soybeans (August): $13.53 1/2

Soybean Meal (August): $427.80

Live Cattle (August): $121.65

Feeder Cattle (August): $15.35

Lean Hogs (August): $99.10

Class III Milk (August): $18.03

Protein Markets (Soybean Meal)

August and September soybean meal tagged along with the soybeans and closed down their daily limit of $20.00 per ton on Thursday. Cash meal prices were sharply lower again with central Illinois and Georgia down $20.00 per ton, southern Minnesota down $30.00 per ton, Iowa down $27.50 per ton and eastern Kansas down $69.50. Alberta ICE November canola price was down $11.50 per ton ...

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