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Ag Market Commentary
Corn Rallies on Turnaround Tuesday
Corn futures got a bounce ahead of the midweek holiday, as contracts were anywhere from 1 ¼ to 6 ¼ cents higher at the close. There was some corrective action following the drop in condition ratings and very few prospects of rain in the ECB over the next week as...
Soybeans Post Gains on Tuesday
Soybeans saw some spreading on Tuesday, as old crop contracts were up 10 to 16 ¼ cents and other contracts for new crop up a penny to 4 ¼ cents. Deferred 2025 crop contracts and beyond were down fractionally to 1 ½ cents. Soymeal futures were up 30 cents to...
Cattle Slip Lower on Tuesday
Live cattle bulls were taking a break ahead of the day off on Wednesday, with contracts down 20 to 75 cents. Cash trade has been quiet to start this week, with early action mostly compiling showlists. Trade was strong last week, with a few sales at $186 reported in KS...
Hogs Closed Mixed on Tuesday
Lean hog futures were down 30 cents to $1.60 in the front two months on Tuesday, with other contracts up 17 to 95 cents. The CME Lean Hog Index was down 71 cents at $90.73 on June 14. Seasonal strength has been muted this spring. The USDA National Base Hog...
Cotton Post Turnaround Tuesday Bounce
Cotton prices posted 15 to 109 point gains on Tuesday, as futures got a bounce on weaker conditions. Outside factors were helpful, with crude oil up $1.30 and over $80/barrel. The markets will be taking the day off on Wednesday in observation of Juneteenth. NASS reported condition ratings slipping down...
Wheat Continue Fall Ahead of Day Off
The wheat complex pushed lower into the close across all three exchanges at on Tuesday. Chicago saw losses of 3 ½ to 9 ½ cents across the board. Kansas City contracts were down 3 ¼ to 6 ½ cents. MPLS spring wheat was down 4 to 7 ½ cents. The...

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