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DTN Daily Feedstuffs Comments
Mary Kennedy DTN Basis Analyst
Thu Oct 31, 2013 12:50 PM CDT

Opening Prices:

Corn (December): $4.30
Soybeans (November): $12.87
Soybean Meal (December): $412.0
Live Cattle (December): $133.25
Feeder Cattle (November): $164.92
Lean Hogs (December): $90.35
Class III Milk (November): $18.62

Protein Markets (Soybean Meal):

December soybean meal futures closed slightly higher up $1 on Wednesday at $411.80 and cash soybean meal prices followed with southern Minnesota, Georgia and central Illinois up $1.00 and Iowa up $3.50. Soybean oil posted another strong close with December up 65 points and January up 64 basis points. The ICE Canada canola futures ended the day slightly higher on Wednesday, thanks in part to the higher ...

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