CHICAGO (AP) - Agriculture futures were mostly lower Tuesday in
early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade.
Wheat for December delivery slipped 2.25 cents to $5.60 a
bushel; December corn fell 3.75 cents to $3.985 a bushel; January
soybeans dropped 5 cents to $10.05 a bushel; and oats for December
delivery were unchanged at $2.64 a bushel.
In other trading, beef prices rose while pork prices slipped on
the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
February live cattle edged up 0.03 cent to 85.15 cents a pound;
January feeder cattle added 0.28 cent to 92.65 cents a pound;
December lean hogs shed 0.1 cent to 54.85 cents a pound; and
February pork bellies lost 1 cent to 86.40 cents a pound.
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