Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Mon Jan 6, 2014 11:54 AM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- February cattle are up .45, holding earlier gains while choice beef cutout values are up .82 at 205.15. March feeder cattle are up .27. February hogs are down .35 with prices staying stubbornly above the 200-day average. USDA's AM National Daily Pork Report showed carcass values down .22 at 82.57 on 136.11 loads with the butts and picnics bringing higher prices.

Posted 10:57 -- February cattle are up .40, continuing their push to new eleven-month highs with bitter cold throughout the central U.S. March feeder cattle are up .50 with obvious stress to young livestock. February hogs ...

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