- Corn Prices Climb Nearly 50% in 2021
- AGI Reports Earnings of $39 Million in First Quarter, Up 52% From Year Ago
- USDA Weekly Weather and Crop Bulletin (May 11): Northern Plains Gets Much-Needed Moisture
- Texas: Northeast Panhandle Wheat Field Day, May 18
- High feed costs pressuring turkey growers
- Analyst anticipates a bearish USDA supply and demand report Wednesday
- Cattle futures supported by wholesale values
- USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices
- Dry April in Missouri River Basin
- Oklahoma: 10 Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas to Drought
- Tomato Fax Report
- National Watermelon Report
- Shipping Point Vegetable Recap Report - Washington, DC
- National FOB Review
- Shipping Point Fruit Recap Report - Washington, DC
- Shipping Point Vegetable Report - Phoenix, AZ
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- Shipping Point Fruit Report - Fresno, CA
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Watonga, Oklahoma (73772)
- Corn Closes Back in Black
- After the sharp losses on Monday, Tuesday corn futures bounced back. Old crop futures ended the session with double digit gains, the May to July inverse is still 37 1/4 cents ahead of Friday’s expiration. New crop futures closed 1 1/2 to 6 cents higher, as December prices are $1.11/bu...
- Turnaround Tuesday Bounce Back for Beans
- Soybean futures were 11 to 27 1/4 cents higher after more than recovering from Monday losses. Old crop futures were stronger on the day, widening the inverse to November to $1.83/bu. Soymeal futures closed $4.70 to $5.10 higher on Tuesday. BO prices were up by 96 to 118 points at...
- Lean Hogs Lower on Tuesday
- At the close for the Tuesday session, lean hog futures were 42 cents to $1.35 in the red. The summer months were down the most, though hogs remain above $100 out through October contracts. May hogs roll off the board on Friday. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price for Tuesday...
- Wheat Recovers on Turnaround Tuesday
- Tuesday wheat trading brought futures back up from the +30 cent drops on Monday. CBT futures ended the session off the highs but still 8 to 11 1/4 cents in the black. KC HRW futures closed 6 1/2 to 7 cents higher on the day, though July is still 34...
- Cattle Gains Triple Digits on Tuesday
- Fat cattle futures closed the Tuesday session with gains of $1.35 to $1.70, save for June contracts which gained 40 cents. Cash trade remains light through Tuesday with some reports of $119.50 in TX, and Northern dressed deals at $191. Central Stockyards is hosting the FCE tomorrow featuring 2,029 head...
- Cotton Ends Tuesday with Losses
- At the close cotton futures were 26 to 72 points weaker. The thin October contract closed down by a penny. The old to new crop inverse widened to 222 points from July to December. NOAA’s 7-day QPF shows more rain in the Gulf states for the coming week. S.W. TX...