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Wheats Adding Double Digits to the Recovery
Following the double digit strength to start the short week, wheat futures are adding another 20+ cents through midday. Chicago futures are 2.5% to 3% stronger with May up 23 1/4. KC is also up 22 to 23 1/2 cents with 2.8% to 3.1% gains through midday. New crop Kc...
Corn Prices Bounce Back Double Digits
Corn is extending the bounce back from Tuesday into the Wednesday session. Yesterday prices rallied back from early session losses to close only 1 to 3 cents weaker. Through midday so far, corn is back up 9 to 13 3/4 cents with prices back above the $6 mark. BAGE adjusted...
Beans Recovering for Wednesday
After the double digit losses yesterday rallied to close 8 cents weaker, soybean prices have extended the bounce through Wednesday’s midday with 18 to 22 3/4 cent gains. Soymeal is also bouncing back with 1.57% to 2% gains through midday. Soybean oil prices are up by triple digits, adding 2.3%...
Hogs Rallying Triple Digits
Lean hog prices are trading with triple digit gains through Wednesday’s midday, with April leading the way higher on a $2 gain. Lean hog futures traded firmer on Tuesday. For Feb contracts, that added to the triple digit gain going into the weekend and has prices up $4.55 from the...
Cattle Rallying Triple Digits
Front month live cattle futures are trading $1 to $1..70 higher at midday. Central Stockyards’ weekly FCE auction resulted in no sales for the 3,580 head listed. Bids were capped at $137-$138. USDA reported some cash trade from $135.50 to $137 for Tuesday, with business in NE and KS. Feeder...
Cotton Rallying to New Highs
Cotton prices are another 3 cents higher through Wednesday’s midday, setting new LoC highs along the way. The front month cotton market hasn’t been priced above $1.20 since 2011. The new crop December continuation also hasn’t been this high during the month of January since 2011. The high in Jan...

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January USDA Report highlights

Corn: USDA reports a slight increase in supply figures. Along with a decrease in exports but increase in ethanol use, that virtually cancel eachother out on the demand side. Resulting in a 47 million bushel increase to ending stocks. 

Soybeans: There was little to no change on the supply and demand side for beans. USDA reported a slight increase in ending stocks to 350 million bushels. South American weather will be important to watch over the next few months. 






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