The weighted Crop Condition Index for spring wheat is around 10 points higher than year-ago.
Corn ended 3 cents higher, with soybeans down 13 to 15 cents. Wheat closed 2 to 5 cents lower. Cattle were sharply to mostly limit lower and hogs ended slightly to moderately lower.
Soybeans are 18 to 20 cents lower, with corn marginally to 1 cent firmer. Wheat is marginally to 3 cents lower. Cattle are sharply to limit lower and hogs are slightly lower.
All three categories came in on the "wrong" side of pre-report expectations, giving the report a negative read.
Corn ended 1 to 4 cents higher, with soybeans 1 to 4 cents lower in all but the front-month contract. Wheat closed mixed. Live cattle and lean hog futures were lower and feeders were mixed.
Corn is mixed, with soybeans now 5 to 9 cents lower. Wheat is also favoring a weaker tone. Livestock futures are mostly lower.
Corn is around 11 cents lower, with soybeans down 13 to 17 cents. Wheat is 7 to 12 cents lower. Livestock futures are also lower.
Corn ended the day mostly 1 to 2 cents higher, with soybeans 5 to 9 cents lower. Wheat was mostly lower. Cattle were higher in all but the front-month contract, with hogs lower.
Soybeans closed 10 to 15 cents higher, with soybeans up around 3 cents. Winter wheat was 4 to 7 cents higher and lighter gains were see in in spring wheat. Cattle were higher and hogs were higher in all but the front-month contract.
Corn ended 1 to 3 cents higher, with soybeans mixed. SRW wheat ended mixed, with HRW 2 to 3 cents lower and HRS 1 to 2 cents firmer. Cattle were higher and hogs were mixed amid bull spreading.
Corn is favoring a weaker tone, with soybeans weaker in the nearby contracts. Wheat is mostly 4 cents lower. Livestock markets are firmer.
As of Tuesday, May 24
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