Grain mostly higher,livestock lower

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Wheat for Dec. was up 4.25 cents at 4.3325 a bushel; Dec. corn rose 2 cents at 3.4350 bushel; Dec. oats fell 1 cent at $2.72 bushel; while Nov. soybeans was gained 2 cents at $9.7525 a bushel.

Beef and pork were lower on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange October live cattle was off 1.90 cents at $1.2057 a pound; Oct. feeder cattle fell .68 cent at $1.5847 a pound; while Dec. lean hogs lost .70 cent at $.6247 a pound.

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