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

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Quotes are delayed, as of May 26, 2022, 05:57:20 PM CDT or prior.
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  Monday May 30 Closed For Memorial Day
  Tuesday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
 
 Saturday  Closed
 Sunday    Closed
 
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Local Weather
Weather radar map

Craig, Missouri (64437)

Current Conditions: Cloudy
Temperature: 57°F Dew point: 49°F
Humidity: 74% Pressure: 29.89 in. Hg
Wind: 13 mph From: North

Forecast

Thursday
Weather condition
Hi: 60°
Lo: 51°
Friday
Weather condition
Hi: 76°
Lo: 47°
Saturday
Weather condition
Hi: 83°
Lo: 58°
Sunday
Weather condition
Hi: 91°
Lo: 67°
Monday
Weather condition
Hi: 89°
Lo: 71°

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Commentary
July Cotton Has Near Limit Loss -

July cotton fell over 3% on Thursday with a 455 point loss and closed just 25 points off the low. New crop cotton started Thursday weak as well, but

Cattle Close Mostly Lower -

Live cattle futures closed mixed as the nearby June and August months held onto 7 to 10 cent gains due to the firmer cash market. The deferred

Hogs Closed Triple Digits Higher -

Front month lean hog futures ended the Thursday round of trading with triple digit gains of as much as $3.87 in the July contract. USDA’s National

Corn Futures Close Mid-Range on Red Thursday -

Front month corn prices ended the day with 3 1/2 to 7 1/4 cent losses. The board was down double digits early on Thursday before rising into midday.

Soybeans Close Off Highs but Still Up Double Digits -

After overnight weakness the soy complex took off as July beans were up +50 cents by midday. Going into the close the rally cooled off and soybeans

Mixed Thursday for Wheat Market -

Wheat futures followed soybeans higher through midday, and rallied +40 cents off Thursday’s earlier lows. Ultimately winter wheat futures faded

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