Illinois Crop Tour data will be released tonight.
With all three categories coming in on the negative side of the average pre-report trade estimates, the data gets a slight negative read.
Corn is mostly around 1 cent lower and soybeans are 10 to 13 cents lower. Wheat is mixed. Livestock futures are favoring a weaker tone.
Corn ended the day around 2 cents higher, with soybeans up 8 to 11 cents and wheat 2 to 6 cents higher. Cattle closed lower and hogs were higher.
Grain and soy futures failed to stray far from unchanged in light and choppy trade today. Corn futures modestly favored the upside, soybeans ended slightly lower and wheat finished narrowly mixed.
Corn ended the day 3 to 4 cents higher, with soybeans up 20-plus cents. What closed mostly weaker. Live cattle were mixed, feeders were lower and hogs were higher.
Corn is 4 to 5 cents higher and soybeans are 20-plus higher in early trade. Wheat is mixed. Cattle are also mixed and hogs are higher.
Corn closed around 1 cent higher and soybeans were 1 ¾ cents higher to 2 ¾ cents lower. Wheat closed mostly 4 to 6 cents higher. Cattle and hogs were mixed.
Corn is around 1 cent lower, with soybeans up 6 to 10 cents. Wheat is mostly 1 to 3 cents lower. Cattle are sharply lower and hogs are higher.
Corn ended the day marginally to 1 cent firmer, with soybeans up 10 to 15 cents. Wheat was mixed. Cattle were mixed and hogs were firmer in all but the front-month contract.
As of Thursday, August 25
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