Total corn export sales in excess of 2.6 MMT were highly impressive, as were pork export sales of 60,900 MT. Mexico was a major buyer of several commodities last week.
Corn ended 2 to 6 cents higher, with soybeans ending mixed. SRW wheat was firmer and HRW was weaker. Cattle ended sharply to limit lower and hogs were higher.
Corn is 3 to 7 cents higher, with soybeans up 12 to 15 cents. SRW wheat is 11 cents higher and HRW and HRS are 5 to 7 cents higher. Cattle are lower and hogs are higher.
Some form of drought now covers 57.5% of Kansas, down from 68.3% last week.
Says concerns have increased over the past month about corn and soybean prospects in South America.
Todd "Bubba" Horwitz says farmers shouldn't be active in trading the markets, they should be active in protecting, day to day volatility although sometimes painful should be ignored.
Corn ended 1 to 4 cents lower, with soybeans mixed. SRW wheat futures were 2 to 5 cents lower, with HRW and HRS mixed. Cattle ended mostly lower and hogs were higher.
Corn ended the day 5 to 7 cents higher, with soybeans up 10 to 18 cents. Wheat ended 3 to 10 cents higher. Cattle were higher and hogs were weaker.
Corn is 3 to 4 cents higher, with soybeans up 7 to 9 cents. Wheat is mixed, with SRW and HRS firmer. Cattle are higher and hogs are mostly lower.
Severe thunderstorms are underway on the Plains today, and a new storm system is expected to bring more severe weather and heavy rain to the south-central U.S. late this week.
As of Thursday, April 28
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