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All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
Carnegie, Oklahoma (73015)
- Cattle Working Lower through Midday
- So far through the midweek session, live cattle futures are down 22 to 50 cents. The June contract remains firm on limited OI through deliveries, currently up by 55 cents. The Wednesday FCE auction sold one pen of 265 head for $138 of the 1,628 head listed. The other listings...
- Mixed Midday for Wheat Market
- Chicago SRW futures are fractionally mixed to a penny weaker at midday with a 26 cent range. KC wheat futures are still 3 3/4 to 5 1/4 cents higher at midday. Spring wheat trading has the board a penny to 9 cents lower so far. Ahead of the weekly Export...
- Cotton Locked Limit Higher
- So far through the midday portion of Wednesday new crop cotton futures are up the 4 cent limit. That still has December down by 21.59 cents since the decline began June 17. July cotton futures are also bouncing by 488 points. There were 18 delivery notices issued against July. NOAA’s...
- Hog Futures Mixed at Midday
- Front month lean hog futures are trading $0.02 to $0.57 weaker to $0.07 to $0.22 higher through midday. The July to August spread is now $5.70 and July remains a tighter but still hefty $25.82 premium to December. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price for Wednesday morning was up by...
- Soy Gaining through Midday
- The soybean futures market is up 8 1/2 to 15 1/4 cents through midday in the front months. That has the board less than a nickel off the day’s highs, and up 20+ cents from the early session lows. Soymeal prices are trading $3.50 to $7.90/ton higher so far. BO...
- July Corn Holding Up at Midday
- Through Wednesday midday, the new crop corn contracts are showing 1 3/4 to 2 1/4 cent losses. December has a near dime range and has spent time on both sides of UNCH. Old crop July, trading on limited 52k contracts of Open Interest, is holding on to double digit gains...