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Higginsville, Missouri (64037)

Current Conditions: Sunny
Temperature: 67°F Dew point: 65°F
Humidity: 93% Pressure: 30.03 in. Hg
Wind: 5 mph From: South

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Friday
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Hi: 88°
Lo: 64°
Saturday
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Hi: 87°
Lo: 64°
Sunday
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Hi: 87°
Lo: 64°
Monday
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Hi: 88°
Lo: 66°
Tuesday
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Hi: 74°
Lo: 55°

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Brugler Commentary
Cotton Futures Weaker Amid Technical Consolidation -

After a red Thursday, cotton markets are slightly in negative territory to start final session of the week. The most active December contract is 7

Soybeans Saw Some Profit Taking Overnight -

Soybean futures are starting Friday 4 to 7 cents lower, with next summer the weakest due to presumed record Brazilian supplies. November soybean

Wheat Mixed in Early Trade -

The three US wheat futures markets are ¾ lower to 2 cents higher this morning. SRW futures closed yesterday fractionally mixed to 3 1/2 cents in

Cattle Futures Pull Back as Beef Prices Continue to Slide -

Fat cattle futures were weaker on Thursday, with 17 to 87 cent losses. Preliminary open interest showed some long liquidation, down 1,810 contracts.

Hogs Post Triple Digit Gains, Basis Relaxes -

Lean hog futures added triple digits to the upside on Thursday, follow through from Wednesday’s gains. Prices closed $2.15 to $3.20 higher on the

Corn Cautiously Lower Heading Into Weekend -

Overnight trading has the board 1 to 2 cents lower to start the last trade day of the week. At the settle for Thursday, corn futures were down 3 1/4

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