DTN Daily Feedstuffs Comments
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Thu Jul 2, 2015 11:43 AM CDT


Strong gains early in the week in grain markets are still being worked through several byproduct markets. This may continue to spark some increased activity through the end of the week and into early next week. Futures markets will remain closed Friday in observance of Fourth of July, with trader activity expected to be more active early next week

Opening Prices:

Corn (Sept): $4.21
Soybeans (August): $10.38
Soybean Meal (August): $351.00
Live Cattle (August): $150.95
Feeder Cattle (August): $218.50
Lean Hogs (August): $75.50
Class III Milk (July): $16.21

Protein Markets (Soybean Meal):

Following the sharp rally in the ...

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