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Grains mostly lower, livestock higher

Wheat for Jul. declined 12.75 cents at 4.74 a bushel; Jul. corn was off .25 cent at 3.17 a bushel, Jul. oats advanced 17.50 cents $3.29 a bushel; while Jul. soybeans fell 4.25 cents at $8.65 a bushel.

Beef was mixed and pork was lower the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Jun. live cattle was up .53 cent at $.9470 a pound; Aug. feeder cattle was off .65 cent at $1.3260 a pound; while Jul. lean hogs lost 1.65 cents at $.4527 a pound.

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