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Pilot Grove, Missouri (65276)

Current Conditions: Freezing Rain
Temperature: 30°F Dew point: 29°F
Humidity: 96% Pressure: 30.02 in. Hg
Wind: 4 mph From: North

Forecast

Monday
Weather condition
Hi: 39°
Lo: 28°
Tuesday
Weather condition
Hi: 35°
Lo: 27°
Wednesday
Weather condition
Hi: 35°
Lo: 26°
Thursday
Weather condition
Hi: 38°
Lo: 28°
Friday
Weather condition
Hi: 43°
Lo: 31°

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Ag Commentary
Lean Hogs Called Lower on Coronavirus -

Lean hogs futures erased the Wednesday-Thursday gain, with Friday closes $1.27 to $1.90 lower. Feb futures were 45 cents lower on the week. The CME

Cattle Market News and Commentary -

Live cattle futures were mixed on Friday. Futures closed 30 cents lower in Jun contracts, and 12 to 17 cents higher in Feb and April futures.

Cotton Market Down 88 to 111 Points -

Cotton starts the new trade week with more losses. Futures are down 88 to 111 points as China has officially extended the Chinese New Year holiday

Corn Market Down 4 to 6 Cents Overnight -

Fears of a global economic slowdown tied to coronavirus have futures 4 to 6 cents lower this morning. March corn ended the week with a 2 cent loss.

Soybeans Down 9 to 12 Cents on Sliding Soy Oil -

Bean futures start Monday’s day session 9 to 12 cent per bushel losses. They were down 7 1/2 on Friday, resulting in a weekly loss of 27 3/4

Wheat Markets Down 6 to 12 on Broad Asset Weakness -

All three US futures markets are lower to begin the week, with declines of 6 to 12 cents per bushel from the Friday closes. Wheat was lower on

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