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DTN Daily Feedstuffs Comments
Mary Kennedy DTN Basis Analyst
Wed Feb 12, 2014 01:30 PM CST

Opening Prices:

Corn (March): $4.40 3/4
Soybeans (March): $13.35
Soybean Meal (March): $449.3
Live Cattle (April): $141.32
Feeder Cattle (March): $168.80
Lean Hogs (April): $94.32
Class III Milk (March): $20.99

Protein Markets (Soybean Meal):

Soybean meal futures helped lead soybeans higher Tuesday and March closed at $449.20, up $5.20, and May at $431.20, up $4.30 per ton. Soybean meal followed with average prices in central Illinois, southern Minnesota and Georgia up $5 and Iowa up $4 per ton. Soybean oil futures were up 10 to 20 points with help from a higher heating oil market. Malaysian palm ...

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