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Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Fri Apr 4, 2014 11:43 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- April cattle are down 2.07 and Junes are down 2.52 with USDA's choice boxed beef cutouts down 2.78 and selects down 2.96 at 218.45. May feeder cattle are 1.85 lower, staying back from Thursday's new contract high. April and June hogs were both down limit, but April is now down 2.80 while Junes are down their three-cent daily limit. In contrast, USDA's National Daily Pork Report showed carcass values up 2.55 at 132.46, led by gains in picnics and loins.

Posted 10:34 -- April cattle are down 1.55 and Junes are down 2.15, influenced by Friday's limit-down ...

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