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Pilot Grove, Missouri (65276)

Current Conditions: Clear
Temperature: 83°F Dew point: 75°F
Humidity: 77% Pressure: 30.04 in. Hg
Wind: 5 mph From: Southwest

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Ag Commentary
Cotton Closed Red on Thursday -

After spending moments of the trade on both sides of UNCH, front month cotton prices ultimately ended red with losses of 15 to 22 points. Export

Lean Hogs Mixed to Mostly Higher at Close -

After Wednesday’s triple digit losses, with a limit move in Oct, the Thursday session concluded with the board 22 to 60 cents higher for the

Cattle Market Ends Session in Red -

At the close, front month fat cattle futures were 22 to 57 cents weaker. USDA confirmed cash trade from $120 to $124 on Thursday, with sales of $195

Beans Close in Black -

Spread trading against the old/new crop inverse unfolded late in the Thursday session. August soybeans closed 2 1/4 cents higher ahead of FND, while

Corn Prices Gain on Thursday -

At the Thursday close, corn futures were 4 1/2 to 8 3/4 cents higher in the front months. September prices added to their premium to Dec, but spot

Thursday Wheat Adds to Upside -

At the close for Thursday’s trade, wheat futures were double digits stronger. Spring wheat futures pulled back from 20+ cent gains, but were still

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