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Soybeans Falter to Weakness on Wednesday
Soybeans faded the earlier morning strength, as contracts were mixed but well off the highs. Futures closed with contracts anywhere from down 1 ½ to up a penny. Soymeal posted some strength on the day, with contracts 80 cents to $3.70/ton higher. Soy Oil was back down to close with...
Hogs Close Mostly Lower, USDA Shows Slight Build to Pork Stocks
Lean hogs closed the midweek session with contracts a dime to $1.22 lower, as August was the lone exception, up a nickel. USDA’s National Average Base Hog negotiated price was down 36 cents on Wednesday afternoon, at $91.49. The CME Lean Hog Index was up 14 cents on April 22...
Cotton Posts Midweek Losses
Cotton futures were down anywhere from 39 to 187 points on Wednesday. The outside market influences put pressure on the market, with crude oil down 54 cents/barrel and the UD dollar index up 160 points. Export Sales data will be released on Thursday morning. ICE certified cotton stocks were up...
Cattle Back to Retreat Mode on H5N1 Virus News
Live cattle ended the day with weakness, as contracts were down $1.20 to $2.12 on Wednesday. This morning’s Fed Cattle Exchange auction saw no sales on the 894 head listed, with bids of $181 and asks of $184. A few cash sales in the South popped up today at $182,...
Wheat Extending Bull Run
The wheat complex is continuing to lead the grains bull charge this week. Kansas City futures were up 10 ¾ to 16 ¾ cents on the session. Chicago contracts were up 9 ½ to 12 cents at the close. Spring wheat futures were 9 ¼ to 13 ¼ cents higher...
Corn Closes Red Following Drop to Ethanol Production
Corn futures extended the front month losses into the close, as contracts through Dec were down 2 to 5 ¼ cents. For 2025 contracts and beyond, trade closed with contracts with in 1 ¾ cents on either side of unchanged. EIA’s weekly petroleum report tallied ethanol production at 954,000 barrels...

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