DTN Closing Livestock Comments
John Harrington DTN Livestock Analyst
Fri Nov 1, 2013 04:21 PM CDT


From Friday to Friday, livestock futures scored the following changes: Dec LC, off .90 Feb LC, Off .55; Nov FC, off 3.15; Jan FC, off 2.58; Dec LH, Off 2.07; Feb LH, Off 1.50. The late-week cash cattle trade was limited by poor processing margins and tight feedlot offerings. Limited trade volume in the South took place at $132, generally steady with last week. Light trade volume in the North was marked at $207 to $208 on a dressed basis, steady to $1 lower than last week. Trade volume totals were quite limited, suggesting that showlists could ...

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