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Brugler Commentary
Corn -

Corn futures closed Wednesday trade steady to 4 cents higher (besides July15 corn, down a quarter of a cent), after being lower most of the day due

Soybeans -

Soybean futures finished down 3 to 13 cents.  Nov15 beans hit a new calendar year high of $10.40 this morning before retreating, marking a

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures closed the Wednesday trade down 73 cents to just over a dollar higher, with July and August the strongest, up $1.12 and 87 cents

Cotton -

Cotton futures closed with mixed prices as 2016 contracts were the firmest and thin October the hardest hit.  Prices ranged from 161 down

Wheat -

Wheat futures closed sharply lower, off 15 to 27 cents.  July CHI wheat traded at prices not seen since December 30, 2014.  After

Cattle -

Live cattle futures finished considerably higher with the first two contracts limit up after losses on Tuesday.  Feeder cattle futures

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