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Grain futures mixed, livestock prices rise

CHICAGO (AP) — Grains futures mixed Thursday on the Chicago Board of Trade.

Wheat for March delivery added 0.25 cent to $7.5550 a bushel; March corn fell 1.50 cent to $6.8925 a bushel; March oats rose 2.25 cents to $3.3775 a bushel; while March soybeans fell 5.75 cents to $13.8650 a bushel.

Beef and pork futures rose on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.

February live cattle rose 1.48 cent to $1.3385 a pound; March feeder cattle rose 1 cent to $1.5490 a pound; February lean hogs rose 0.23 cent to 86.40 cents a pound.