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Higginsville, Missouri (64037)

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Brugler Commentary
Lean Hogs -

Hog futures posted triple digit gains in the front three contracts, and were up $.25 to $1.75 overall. The national average pork carcass cutout

Cattle -

Cattle futures closed $1 to $1.45 higher today. Feeders were also higher by triple digits.  Wholesale beef prices were reported higher this

Cotton -

Cotton futures settled 126 to 173 points lower. The US dollar index was again sharply higher. Crude oil was sharply lower, presumably putting

Wheat -

Wheat futures closed 6 to 11 cents lower, with KC HRW pressured by heavy deliveries against September futures. Those were considered surprising

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures settled steady to 3 1/4 lower, with September taking another step toward full carry vs. the December. The spread widened to 8 cents.

Corn -

Corn futures settled steady to 3 1/4 lower, with September taking another step toward full carry vs. the December. The spread widened to 8 cents.

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