Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Mon Oct 28, 2013 11:55 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Strong triple-digit gains once again developed in deferred lean hog futures at midday. The focus of additional noncommercial buyer interest stepping into the market is leading to even more widespread lean hog market support. Higher cash hog prices in morning reports may spark additional firmness to develop through most of the afternoon.

Posted 11:04 -- Strong gains in front month October futures seen at opening bell have faded due to a lack of follow-through buying. Nearby livestock futures remain moderately higher with firm support holding in both live cattle and lean hog markets. Trade is expected to ...

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