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Craig Grain - Cash Bids
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Corn
Soybeans

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Local Weather
Forecast
Commentary
Cotton Bulls Have Good Week, Up 6.1% -

Cotton prices retreated ahead of the holiday weekend, down 9 to 120 points in the actively traded contract months. Nearby July was still up 463

Hogs Leak Lower into Weekend -

Lean hogs were hanging around UNCH at midday, but tipped lower into the close. Changes for the day were 25 lower to 2 cents higher. USDA’s

Cattle Settled Mixed Ahead of the USDA CoF Release -

Live cattle futures were cautiously 12 cents lower to 17 cents higher at the Friday settlement, awaiting the USDA Cattle on Feed report after the

Corn 1 to 2 Cents Higher on Friday, July Up 12 1/4 for Week -

Corn futures closed mid-range on Friday, settling ¾ to 2 cents higher on the day. For the week, July was up 12 ¼ and new crop December was up 11

Soybeans Pulled Higher by Meal, Nearby July up 20 Cents for the Week -

Soybeans settled 2 to 8 ¾ higher on Friday, with some bull spreading getting nearby July briefly above $12.50. Soymeal was a main reason for the

Wheat Still Strong Heading Into Holiday Weekend -

The wheat complex went home with mixed on Friday, as profit taking ahead of the Memorial Day weekend nudged the July and September CBT contracts

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