Trading Remains Thin in Animal Fats, Oils

Trading Remains Thin in Animal Fats, Oils

**Please note – Ryan Standard will be out of the office until Tuesday, Jan 2nd. In his absence, please contact Amanda Luhavalja at [email protected] with any questions, comments or trading.**

Late in the day on Wednesday, four railcars of renderer grade bleachable fancy tallow (BFT) traded slightly higher at 40.50 cts/lb Chicago in what has been an overall quiet week in the Chicago market. Distiller’s corn oil (DCO) trading was unchanged on an FOB basis. 

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