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DTN Midday Dairy Comments
Robin Schmahl DTN Contributing Analyst
Thu Oct 10, 2013 12:39 PM CDT

OUTSIDE MARKETS SUMMARY:

CORN: 5 Lower
SOYBEANS: 4 Higher
SOYBEAN MEAL: $0.70 Higher
LIVE CATTLE: $0.22 Higher
DOW JONES: 234 Points Higher
NASDAQ: 73 Points Higher
CRUDE OIL: $1.78 Higher

Midday Market Update:

Cheese prices increased in both categories. Blocks increased a penny to $1.78 1/4. Barrels increased 1 1/4 cents to end spot trading at $1.75 1/4. There were no trades in either category. Buyers have become more aggressive looking to fill orders. Limited news in the industry coming from USDA has had little impact on spot trading with cheese and butter prices diverging so far this week. Butter ...

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