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Pilot Grove, Missouri (65276)

Current Conditions: Clear
Temperature: 48°F Dew point: 41°F
Humidity: 77% Pressure: 30.30 in. Hg
Wind: 6 mph From: Northwest

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Ag Commentary
Cotton Market Falters Triple Digits -

Friday’s trading pulled cotton futures back 278 to 543 points after Thursday’s triple digit bounce. The old crop July contract was the weakest

Cattle Fade into the Weekend -

Fat cattle prices ended the day with a 7 cent gain in June to 42 to 57 cent losses in the other nearbys. The spot futures price to Feb ’23 stayed

Triple Digit Friday for Lean Hog Rally -

Following the mid/late April to mid May weakness, lean hogs have bounced back more than $10 with another $1.10 to $3.57 of that coming on Friday’s

Corn Market Fades into Weekend -

Afternoon position squaring pulled corn prices off their daily lows, but the board still went home 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 cents in the red. The July/Dec

Double Digit Gains for Beans -

The last trade day of the week moved soybean futures 6 3/4 to 14 3/4 cents higher. Old crop prices led the way, widening the nearby premium to $1.83

Third Consecutive Double Digit Loss for Wheat -

Wheats fell double digits for the third session in a row, after the July contracts printed new highs on Tuesday. Chicago wheat closed 26 1/4 to 31

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