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Craig Grain - Cash Bids
Name Notes Cash Price Futures Change Futures Price
Corn
Soybeans

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Local Weather
Weather radar map

Craig, Missouri (64437)

Current Conditions: Clear
Temperature: 48°F Dew point: 40°F
Humidity: 73% Pressure: 30.18 in. Hg
Wind: 4 mph From: Southeast

Forecast

Friday
Weather condition
Hi: 75°
Lo: 48°
Saturday
Weather condition
Hi: 77°
Lo: 47°
Sunday
Weather condition
Hi: 78°
Lo: 46°
Monday
Weather condition
Hi: 79°
Lo: 48°
Tuesday
Weather condition
Hi: 78°
Lo: 50°

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Commentary
3 Cent Losses for Cotton -

At the close for Thursday’s cotton trade, prices were 259 to 333 points in the red. For December that has prices just 262 points above the July

Thursday Cattle Strengthen -

The cattle market strengthened by $1.07 to $1.50 on the day. That comes on following 6 consecutive losses for a net $4 loss (December). Central

Weak Afternoon Turns Hogs Red for Close -

After a light gap higher to start Thursday took hogs above yesterday’s high, prices faded and ended the day mostly red. Losses were limited to 45

Thursday Wheat Pulls Back -

Wheat markets were down on Thursday, but closed off their double digit lows. At the bell futures were 3 3/4 to 7 cents in the red in Chicago, with

Mixed Close for Corn -

The Thursday corn market stayed mostly firm through the session, ending the day within 1 1/2 cents of UNCH. The December and March contracts were

Beans Gain on Stronger Soy Oil -

Soybean meal prices weakened by 3% in the old crop October contract which dragged the other nearby contracts $4.70 to $5.50/ton weaker. BO futures

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