Grain mostly higher and livestock mixed

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Wheat for March was 2.50 cents higher at 4.36 a bushel; March corn was off .25 cent at 3.53 a bushel; March oats rose 2 cents at $2.4450 bushel; while January soybeans was gained 4.75 cents at $9.5975 a bushel.

Beef was lower and pork was higher on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange February live cattle was off .40 cent at $1.2295 a pound; January feeder cattle fell .15 cent at $1.4937 a pound; while February lean hogs was up .33 cent at $.7105 a pound.

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