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Cattle Gain on Tuesday -

Fat cattle futures closed with triple digit gains, capturing the feed cost weakness. The front month futures were $1.72 to $2.15 stronger pushing

Wheats Close Mixed on Tuesday -

At the close, winter wheat markets were in the red whereas spring wheat was comfortably in the black. CBT futures closed 9 to 10 1/2 cents lower.

Cotton Closes Higher on Tuesday -

At the closing bell for the Tuesday session, domestic cotton futures were 13 to 60 points in the black. After an inside day on Monday, the US dollar

Hogs Close Mostly Higher -

The expanded limits were not needed for the Turnaround Tuesday session in lean hogs. Futures faded back from gains to close mixed within 65

Soybeans Weaken on Tuesday -

Front month soybeans closed the session with double digit losses.  New crop futures added to midday losses to close 16 to 17 cents weaker.

New Crop Faded into Close -

Corn futures ended the Tuesday session mixed, with a fractional gain in July but 18 to 18 1/4 cent givebacks for new crop. Selling reflected the

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