CHICAGO (AP) -- Grains futures were mostly higher early Tuesday on the Chicago Board of Trade.
Wheat for July delivery rose 2.75 cents to $4.35 a bushel, while July corn added 1 cent to $3.3675 a bushel and soybeans for July delivery inched up 0.5 cent to $9.355 a bushel. July oats were unchanged at $1.94 a bushel.
Meanwhile, beef futures traded mixed and pork futures fell on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
June live cattle slipped 0.1 cent to 89.7 cents a pound; August feeder cattle gained 0.22 cent to $1.0862 a pound; June lean hogs lost 0.32 cent to 77.45 cents a pound; and July pork bellies shed 0.1 cent to 97.7 cents a pound.