Soybean harvest is more advanced than the five-year average and corn harvest lags the average by just one percentage point.
Soybeans ended 20-plus cents higher, with corn up around 3 cents. Winter wheat ended 11 to 13 cents higher. Cattle favored a weaker tone in mixed trade, with hogs firmer.
Soybeans are 13 to 15 cents higher, with corn marginally higher and winter wheat mostly 6 to 7 cents higher. Cattle are mostly weaker and lean hogs are mixed.
Corn and wheat ended 1 to 2 cents lower, with soybeans up 1 to 2 cents. Livestock futures ended slightly to moderately higher.
Corn and wheat futures are slightly lower in morning trade, with soybeans 5 to 7 cents higher. Livestock futures are stronger to start the week.
Corn is around 4 cents lower, with soybeans 9 to 10 cents lower and winter wheat 5 to 6 cents lower. Cattle are mostly weaker with hog futures firmer.
Corn ended mostly around 2 cents lower, with wheat 7 to 9 cents lower. Soybeans ended mostly 3 cents higher. Cattle ended sharply higher and lean hogs ended weaker in all but the front-month contract.
Corn closed 4 to 5 cents higher, with soybeans up 3 to 4 cents. Winter wheat ended 10 to 13 cents higher, with spring wheat up 8 to 9 cents. Cattle closed sharply to limit higher, with feeders slightly to sharply higher.
Corn ended 4 cents higher, with soybean up 9 to 10 cents. Wheat ended 1 to 3 cents higher. Cattle ended lower, with lean hog futures mixed.
Soybean futures are 10 to 11 cents higher, with corn up 1 to 2 cents. Wheat futures have seen a choppy morning of trade.
Corn ended 1 cents lower in the nearby contracts, with soybeans 6 to 7 cents higher and winter wheat futures up mostly 7 to 8 cents lower. Live and feeder cattle ended sharply lower, with provided light spillover pressure to lean hog futures.
As of Tuesday, October 13
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