NEWS
DTN Before The Bell--Livestock
John Harrington DTN Livestock Analyst
Wed Jun 26, 2013 08:58 AM CDT
GENERAL COMMENTS:

The cash cattle trade shows no signs of life this morning. We assume that preliminary bids of $117 in the South will be restated at some point, but that remains to be seen. Asking prices are around $122 in the South and $195-196 in the North. Significant trade volume is not likely to stir until Thursday or Friday. Hog buyers are making the early rounds with steady to $1 lower bids. Most accounts are working steady to 0.50 lower. The corn market is projected to open modestly higher in slow and cautious trading before Friday's big reports on ...

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