Live cattle close higher watching direct business develop

At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live cattle were up, and feeders were mixed watching direct business develop.  August live cattle closed $1.17 higher at $179.50 and October lives closed $.65 higher at $181.70.  August feeders closed $.10 lower at $257.47 and September feeders closed $.17 lower at $258.30.  A light to moderate direct cash cattle […]

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