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Ag Commentary
Feeders Were the Leaders to Start the Short Week
Live cattle posted gains of 45 cent to $1.40 on the Tuesday session. Cash trade last week saw action at $187 in the south, with trade in the north mainly at $192, with some coming in at $193.50. Feeders were the leaders on the day, with contracts up $2.90 to...
Cotton Post Gains, USDA Ratings Suggest Good Start to Growing Season
Cotton futures came out of the Monday holiday with contracts posting 31 to 191 point gains. Outside factors are providing some support, with crude oil up $1.55/barrel and the US dollar index down 93 points. The weekly Crop Progress report showed 59% of the cotton crop planted as of Sunday,...
Hogs Close Mixed on Tuesday
Lean hogs saw mixed trade on Tuesday with front months down 7 to 80 cents and deferreds 7 to 17 points higher. USDA’s National Average Base Hog negotiated price was up $1.19 in the Tuesday afternoon report $87.75. The CME Lean Hog Index was down another 14 cents on May...
Wheat Post Gains, But Far From Highs
The wheat complex jumped out of three-day weekend, but the morning session brought along some heaviness, with contracts pulling well off the overnight highs. Chicago contracts were steady to 3 cents in the green at the close. Kansas City futures were up 2 ¾ to 10 cents across the board....
Soybeans Pulled Lower By Meal Weakness
Soybeans came out of the holiday weekend with contracts 2 to 18 ½ cents in the red, led by the front months on bear spreading. Soymeal was leading the losses with contracts down $4 to 9.90/ton. Soy Oil posted strength on the day, with contracts up 42 to 57 points....
Corn Closes Weaker, USDA shows Above Normal Planting Pace
Corn futures faded off the overnight strength, with contracts closing 1 ¾ to 3 cents in the red. Most contracts closed near the lows and 6-8 cents off the highs. The Tuesday afternoon Crop Progress report showed the US corn crop at 83% planted as of Sunday, now 1% above...