Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Fri Jan 31, 2014 11:49 AM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- February cattle are down .07 and April cattle are up .15, trying to hold steady after USDA said that choice boxed beef cutout values are down 2.78 at 227.97 and selects are down 1.21 at 228.58. March feeder cattle are up .90. February hogs are down .35 and April hogs are up .47. USDA's National Daily Pork Report showed carcass values down 2.07 at 89.42, led by losses in bellies and loins.

Posted 10:37 -- February cattle are up .20 and April cattle are up .30, fighting back in the face of news that National Beef Packing ...

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