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Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
3 minutes ago

OMAHA (DTN) -- April cattle are down .07 and Junes are up .27 with no cash reports yet. USDA said early Thursday that export sales of beef totaled 18,000 metric tons last week, down 18% from the previous week. August feeder cattle are up 1.02. June hogs are up .07 and July is up .17, pulling back from their higher start. USDA said that last week's export sales of pork totaled 15,100 metric tons, up 77% from the previous week with the biggest increase going to Mexico.

Posted 09:21 -- April cattle are steady and Junes are up .10, with ...

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