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Higginsville, Missouri (64037)

Current Conditions: Sunny
Temperature: 74°F Dew point: 64°F
Humidity: 71% Pressure: 30.11 in. Hg
Wind: 3 mph From: Northwest

Forecast

Tuesday

Hi: 80°
Lo: 61°
Wednesday

Hi: 79°
Lo: 62°
Thursday

Hi: 79°
Lo: 69°
Friday

Hi: 88°
Lo: 71°
Saturday

Hi: 92°
Lo: 74°

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Brugler Commentary
Wheat -

Wheat futures ended the day with most KC and CBT contracts 11 to 15 cents lower, as MPLS was down 5 to 6 cents. This was definitely no Turnaround

Cattle -

Live cattle futures settled mixed on Tuesday, with front months steady to 20 cents higher. Feeder cattle futures were mostly 10 to 67.5 cents in the

Corn -

Corn futures closed the Tuesday session with most contracts 2 to 3 cents lower. The Pro Farmer Crop Tour is so far confirming thoughts of a good

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures finished the Monday session with the front months down 25 to 32.5 cents and deferred contracts 70 cents to $1.075 higher. The CME

Cotton -

Cotton futures ended the Tuesday trading session with most contracts up 40 to 56 points. The US dollar index was sharply lower again on Tuesday,

Soybeans -

Soybean futures saw losses of 6 to 7 1/4 cents in the front months. Nearby soy meal was down $3.30/ton, with soy oil 5 points higher. The USDA,

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