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Market Snapshot
Quotes are delayed, as of October 04, 2022, 10:53:15 AM CDT or prior.

Cotton Attempting Turnaround Tuesday
Cotton was working higher through the overnight with prices currently sitting 234 to 250 points in the black so far. Cotton futures ended Monday with 108 to 131 point losses to start the week, though closed off the lows for the day. Dec printed a wide 348 point range on...
Tuesday Market Faces Monday Losses
Lean hog futures ended the Monday session $0.37 to $1.50 higher, except for nearby October. Last week, October hogs were down by a net 3.67% and December by a net 7.9%. The National Average Base Hog price from Monday afternoon was $2.48 lower at $82.60. The CME Lean Hog Index...
Cattle Trade Faces Tuesday Follow Through
Cattle futures bounced back after the Friday pullback into $0.97 to $1.05 gains for the day. There was negligible cash market activity. USDA called the bulk of Southern cash trade $143 last week, with Northern trade at $144-145. Feeder cattle futures ended the day with a $1.07 gain in March...
Strong Start for Tuesday Soy
Tuesday action is following the Fats and Oils and Crop Progress release with gains of 3 to cents in the bean market. Bean futures recovered some of their Friday selloff with Monday gains of 7 1/4 to 9 1/4 cents to start the new month. Soymeal prices turned positive through...
Morning Strength In Wheat
So far the wheat market is trading higher with prices setting near their overnight highs. Chicago futures turned red at midday and spent the afternoon working lower. Front month SRW futures ended with fractional to 9 1/2 cent gains on the day. KC wheat faded through the afternoon as well,...
Corn Mostly at Highs for Tuesday Start
Overnight action has the corn board setting at the highs into the day portion of the Tuedsay session. Prices printed an overnight range of 6-7 cents. Yesterday, corn futures closed 3 1/4 to 3 1/2 cents higher adding to the post Grains Stocks bounce from Friday. Weekly Crop Progress data...

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