NEWS
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Wed Sep 11, 2013 12:07 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Strong gains have developed in feeder cattle futures at midday. The sustained support in live cattle futures is helping to draw increased activity back into feeder cattle markets. Lean hog contracts are weaker as initial buyer support quickly eroded during morning trade.

Posted 11:23 -- Additional pressure has developed in lean hog futures markets by midmorning. Traders are holding 50 to 75-cent per cwt losses through early and mid-2014 contract months. Live cattle futures continue to sustain light to moderate support in nearby contracts, although no significant direction is being established.

Posted 09:34-- Moderate support developed just ...

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