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

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Local Weather
Forecast
Commentary
Corn Price Rally Extended on Tuesday -

Corn prices settled mostly ½ to 2 ¼ cents higher on Tuesday, extending Monday’s rally and closing above some initial technical resistance levels

Soybean Prices Mostly Higher on Tuesday, Excluding August Futures -

August soy futures settled ¼ cent lower on Tuesday, while the rest of the contracts were 4 3/4 to 7 cents higher and extending gains from Monday.

Wheat Markets Lower on Turnaround Tuesday Fading of Monday Gains -

Wheat futures were lower in a Turnaround Tuesday performance, fading gains from Monday. Chicago SRW futures settled 4 ¼ to 5 ¼ lower. Kansas City

Cotton Futures Lower on Tuesday on Optimism about US Yields -

Cotton Falling on Improved Conditions Cotton futures had another ugly day on Tuesday if you are future bull or producer with unsold inventory.

Cattle Futures Higher, Cash Still Above Board -

Live cattle futures were solidly higher on Tuesday, settling $1.20 to $2.37 higher and led by nearby August futures. August is still being

Hogs Put Up Some Triple Digit Gains -

Lean hogs were trading with 22 cent to $1.30 gains at midday on Tuesday. They closed strong, with gains of $1.15 to $1.45 in the front four

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