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Ag Commentary
Wheats Down Another Double Digits
Domestic wheat futures are weaker on a broad Tuesday selloff. CBT SRW futures are down at least 25 cents/bu with losses of 2.85% to 3.5%. KC HRW is trading 24 3/4 to 31 cents in the red, or 3.6%. MPLS is fairing relatively better, with futures 1.67% to 2.7% weaker....
Triple Digit Follow Through for Cattle
Tuesday’s session is taking fat cattle futures another triple digits weaker, giving back $1.27 to $1.80 so far for midday. Cash trade for the week has yet to establish, last week’s trade stayed near $140. Feeder cattle are also triple digits in the red for Tuesday’s broad selloff. Prices are...
Cotton Down with 5 Cent Limit Losses
Cotton futures are falling during Tuesday’s broad market selloff. The limit 5 to 5.15 cent losses have the board 4.17% to 4.56% weaker so far. December trades has no daily limits through the delivery process. USDA’s weekly Crop Progress report showed cotton harvesters rolled another 10% of fields for a...
Double Digit Losses for Corn
Front month corn futures are down double digits for Tuesday’s session, giving back 2.5% to 2.7%. Month end profit taking and asset allocation adjustments are a feature. There were only 2 delivery notices vs. December corn on FND. The Dollar Index is fading some through midday after a sharp rally...
Hogs Down Triple Digits
Front month lean hog futures are trading with triple digit losses through midday, unable to avoid the broad commodity and stock market sell off. Losses are limited to $1.60 for most of the front months, though Feb is giving back $2.12 so far. USDA’s National Average Base hog price for...
Beans Down Double Digits
So far soybeans are working double digits lower with losses of at least 17 cents at midday. the front months are 1.14% to 1.45% in the red through Nov ’22. Meal prices are firm, with gains limited to 60 cents/ton, or 0.17%. BO is down triple digits through midday, with...

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