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Quotes are delayed, as of June 14, 2024, 12:59:00 PM CDT or prior.

Wheat Gives in to Weakness on Friday
The wheat complex trading with lower midday action across all three exchanges. Chicago wheat is trading with 4 to 6 cent losses on Friday so far. KC contracts are posting 5 to 9 cent lower trade as we roll through midday. MPLS spring wheat futures are feeling the pressure as...
Cattle Gap Higher on Cash Strength
Live cattle futures are posting a stronger Friday trade, following the cash strength that appeared later on Thursday. Contracts are up anywhere from $1.97 in June to $3.75 in other front months. Cash trade activity has been slower this week but picked up on Thursday, with a few sales at...
Corn Falling as Western Corn Belt Looks Wetter
Corn futures are fading lower at midday, as forecasts are calling for a wet weekend and early next week for much of the WCB. Contracts are showing Friday losses of 3 to 6 cents across the board after strength post WASDE release on Wednesday. NOAA’s 7-day QPF shows heavy precip...
Cotton Showing Mixed Action on Friday’s Midday
Cotton futures are mixed so far on the session, with July down 20 points, and new crop December up 28 at midday. The US Dollar Index is up 328 points on the session so far, with crude oil up just 7 cents/barrel. Weekly Export Sales data showed total commitments at...
Soybeans Lower Despite Meal Gains
Soybeans have pulled off of some of the early lows at midday, but are still showing losses of 5 to 7 cents across the front months on the session. Soymeal futures are up $2.40/ton in the July contract. Soy Oil futures are slipping lower, down 5 points. Ahead of Monday’s...
Hogs Bulls Reject Early Weakness for Triple Digit Midday Rally
Lean hog futures bulls have finally found some footing after a weaker start to the Friday session. Prices are up 70 cents to $2 at midday, ignoring the 47 cent loss for expiring June. The CME Lean Hog Index was up 20 cents at $91.58 on June 12. USDA showed...

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