DTN reports: The cattle futures were unable to do much with sharply lower corn prices, rather weaker cash trade pulled the market down. Live Cattle Wednesday was a sellout day for the live cattle market as traders jumped ship to the point where all the 2022 live cattle contracts withered away to new lows for the year expect the June contract. June live cattle closed $1.50 lower at $131.50, August live cattle closed $1.77 lower at $131.70 and October live …