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Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Mon Jul 1, 2013 11:52 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- August cattle are trading 70 cents higher with help from Monday's higher stock market. August feeder cattle are trading $1.47 higher, continuing to gain on lower December corn prices after Friday's USDA estimates. August hogs are unchanged in spite of Friday's modestly bullish Hogs and Pigs report estimate of 66.647 million in inventory on June 1st.

Posted 11:03 -- August cattle are trading 50 cents higher and August feeder cattle are trading $1.25 higher, helped by Friday's bearish USDA corn acreage estimate. August hogs are trading 5 cents higher. Late Friday, USDA estimated last week's beef production ...

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