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Pilot Grove, Missouri (65276)

Current Conditions: Cloudy
Temperature: 77°F Dew point: 74°F
Humidity: 90% Pressure: 30.03 in. Hg
Wind: 4 mph From: Northwest

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Saturday
Weather condition
Hi: 79°
Lo: 70°
Sunday
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Hi: 83°
Lo: 65°
Monday
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Hi: 79°
Lo: 61°
Tuesday
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Hi: 80°
Lo: 59°
Wednesday
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Hi: 82°
Lo: 59°
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Ag Commentary
Wheat Fades for Mixed Friday -

Winter wheat futures faded during the afternoon session to close firm on Friday. CBT prices ended the session mostly lower but within 1 1/2 cents of

Friday Cattle Close Weaker -

Front month fat cattle futures closed Friday’s session with losses of 37 to 95 cents. August fats maintained a 57 1/2 cent gain on the week from

Hogs Pull Back for Weekend -

At the close for the last trade day of the week, lean hog futures were a dime to 95 cents in the red. August hogs closed $1.15 weaker from Friday to

Cotton Closes Red for Weekend -

Front month cotton futures closed with Friday givebacks of 69 to 93 points. For December futures that was a net weekly move of 27 points, but

Corn Futures Closed Double Digits Weaker -

Going into the weekend, front month corn futures had given back 7 1/2 to 11 1/4 cents. December contracts closed the week with 3 up days vs. 2

Soybeans Weaken ahead of Weekend -

Front month soy futures ended the Friday session with losses of 19 1/2 cents to 28 1/2 cents. November soybeans only had one red candle, but traded

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