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

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Quotes retrieved on May 30, 2020, 03:20:08 PM CDT
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
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Craig, Missouri (64437)

Current Conditions: Cloudy
Temperature: 64°F Dew point: 54°F
Humidity: 70% Pressure: 30.23 in. Hg
Wind: 9 mph From: Northeast

Forecast

Saturday
Weather condition
Hi: 69°
Lo: 53°
Sunday
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Hi: 79°
Lo: 59°
Monday
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Hi: 89°
Lo: 65°
Tuesday
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Hi: 93°
Lo: 68°
Wednesday
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Hi: 92°
Lo: 73°

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Commentary
Cattle Close Lower for Weekend -

Cattle futures traded $1.37 to $1.75 lower on Friday. For June contracts that wasn’t enough to erase previous moves, as June cattle closed 2.5%

Corn Closes Lower on Friday Pullback -

Corn futures were down 1 1/4 to 1 3/4 cents following the Thursday gains. Private exporters reported a large sale of 101,600 MT of 2019/20 corn to

Wheat Added more Gains -

The U.S. wheat markets continued the gains from yesterday closing the week 2.2 to 5.8% higher. KC was up the most on Friday closing 6 to 6 1/2 cents

Cotton Firm and Mixed on Friday -

Front month cotton futures came back from midday lows and ended the session within a dime on either side of UNCH. July and October futures were 2

Soy Complex Closes in Red -

Friday trading closed the week with losses of less than 1%. Old crop futures were down 5 to 6 1/4 cents and new crop soybeans settled 1 to 4 1/4

Hogs Come Back from Midday Lows -

Lean hog futures rallied back from midday losses and closed $0.95 to $1.70 higher. Save for June hogs which ended Friday’s session with a 7 cent

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