NEWS
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Tue Jul 9, 2013 11:54 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Even though price ranges have widened slightly across the livestock markets, the market still remains mixed with very little direction seen. Feeder cattle futures continue to struggle to gain buyer activity with September futures slipping $1 per cwt lower through midday. Trade is expected to remain quiet through the end of the session.

Posted 10:41 -- Live cattle and lean hog futures are mixed mid-morning with a narrow trading range containing the market. There has been very little additional fundamental market direction seen this morning, keeping most traders on the sidelines, but still close enough to quickly ...

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