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Quotes retrieved on October 29, 2020, 03:21:04 AM CDT

Cattle Recover some with Gains
Live cattle futures were 32 to 67 cents higher on the board. October fats ended the day a dollar stronger @ $105.85. Feeder cattle maintained the triple digit gains, closing $1.47 to $1.60 higher in the front months. October feeders were a $1.85 prem...
Ag Market Commentary
Corn futures reversed direction this week and Wednesday trading added 10 1/4 to 14 1/2 cents to the downside. For Dec, the double digit losses on Wednesday left futures 4.2% below Monday’s open. Increasing coronavirus cases are starting to cause co...
Cotton Triple Digits in Red
Wednesday cotton trading pushed futures 140 to 186 points lower. For Dec futures that was the largest move since a 2.49 cent drop on 8/07. Row crop futures were also weaker, as were U.S. equities. The dollar index was stronger by 0.55%. USDA’s Spot...
Beans Close in Red
At the closing bell for the Wednesday session, front month soybean futures were 15 1/4 to 25 cents weaker. Nov and Jan were down the most, shrinking the Nov/Jan inverse from 5 3/4 cents to 2 1/2 cents. Soymeal futures closed $6.80 to $7.80/ton lower....
Wednesday Wheat Drops
Wheat futures climbed back from double digit losses, but the beneficial weather forecasts left prices in the red. NOAA’s 5-day QPF shows rain accumulation from OH to KS, with as much as 4” along the KS/OK boarder. CBT soft red winter wheat closed...
Hogs Close Triple Digits Weaker
Lean hog futures closed with losses of $1.15 to $1.85. The 10/26 CME Lean Hog Index fell back another 70 cents to $77.47. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price was $61.76 in the PM update, down by 80 cents. The National Pork Carcass Cutout value f...

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