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Hog Prices Push Upside
The lean hog futures market is adding another 15 to 82 cents to the upside after a strong rally developed midweek. Dec and July ’23 contracts are the exception, currently trading down by 12 to 30 cents. The USDA National Average Base Hog Price dropped another $3.18 in the AM...
Cotton Giving Back Triple Digits
After a rally Tuesday – Thursday, cotton prices are fading into the weekend. Losses in the front months are limited to 215 points so far, though March is still net up 256 points for the week. NASS reported 812 RBs of cotton were consumed in October on the spinning system,...
Cattle Trading Higher
Dec cattle options expire at the close today, with FND on Monday. The board is trading 25 to 57 cents higher through the front months. Feeder cattle futures are working $0.82 to $1.65 higher so far. USDA mentioned some light Northern trade on Thursday at $157. The CME Feeder Cattle...
Double Digit Weakness from Friday Wheat
Wheat prices are fading into the weekend with double digit losses so far. CBT SRW futures are down 2.13% to 2.55% on the board, with March overtaking the 8/18 $7.60 low. KC futures are giving back 2% to 2.7% through midday. Front month spring wheat futures are firmer, but still...
Soybeans Firming Up on Friday
Soybean oil prices continue to drop so far through Friday, with a follow through of 3 to 4% thus far. Beans on the other hand are rebounding through midday, working mid-range on 3 3/4 to 6 1/2 cent gains. Soybean meal futures are mostly 40 cents to $1.10/ton higher. USDA’s...
Friday Losses from Corn Futures
Old crop Corn prices are down by double digits at midday. New crop prices are also in the red with 2 to 4 1/4 cent losses so far. USDA reported the cash average ethanol prices were $2.13 to $2.39/gal regionally this week, mostly 5 to 12 cents weaker wk/wk. Corn...

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August USDA Report


USDA pegs wheat ending stocks 29 million bushels lower off an increase in exports.Yield per acre was raised slightly as well from 47.3 to 47.5 bushels. 

 Soybean stocks finished 15 million bushels higher. This was mainly driven by a 26 million bushel projected increase in soybean production. 


Corn was the biggest mover in ending stocks on this report. The USDA pegged its ending stocks 82 million bushels lower at 1388 million. Once again this was mainly driven by a change to production projections. 




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