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Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Fri Jun 28, 2013 12:04 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- August cattle are trading $0.75 lower in what looks like Friday profit-taking ahead of next week's 4th of July holiday. June cattle expire at noon CDT and are 3.00 lower. August hogs are trading 1.45 lower with USDA expected to show All Hogs and Pigs at 100.6% of year ago in Friday's 2 p.m. CDT report. August feeder cattle are trading .80 higher after USDA estimated 97.4 million acres of corn planted in 2013, much more than expected and helpful for increasing corn supplies in 2013-2014.

Posted 10:29 -- August feeder cattle are trading .40 higher with ...

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