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Quotes retrieved on May 26, 2020, 08:01:38 AM CDT
Soybean Market Up 4 to 5 Cents -

with losses of 1 to 2 cents. Save for May ’21 beans which gained a penny going into the weekend. Soybean meal futures closed $1.60 to $1.70/ton

Lean Hogs Balance Exports and Domestic Demand -

Going into Memorial Day weekend, lean hog futures closed $1.00 to $1.37 lower, save for June hogs which were 57 cents lower to $58.77 cwt. The main

Wheat Markets Mixed on Weather Shifts -

Wheat futures start the Tuesday session near UNCH in the Minneapolis spring wheat contracts, with Chicago and KC fractionally lower. Front month SRW

Cattle Market Still Sees Huge Packer Margins -

Cattle futures were as much as $1.10 lower on Friday. Feeder cattle futures were 2 to 7 cents higher at the close, save for August feeders which

Cotton Market Higher on Economic Hopes -

Cotton is trading 49 to 78 points higher this morning. The S&P futures are above the 3000 mark and the dollar is weaker. On the last trading day

Ag Market Commentary -

After the holiday break, corn futures are 1 to 2 cents higher to start a short trading week. Most of the corn contracts finished Friday with losses

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