Pro Farmer Crop Tour Leaders discuss Tour results on U.S. Farm Report.
Our weighted Crop Condition Index for corn declined by 0.39 points and soybeans are virtually unchanged.
Corn ended the day 3 to 4 cents lower, with soybeans down mostly 1 to 3 cents. Winter wheat ended 10 to 15 cents lower, with spring wheat down around 6 to 8 cents. Livestock futures ended mostly lower.
Wheat and soybean inspections were within expectations.
Scattered showers in Southern Plains
Corn ended around 7 cents lower, with soybeans down 6 to 8 cents. Wheat posted double-digit losses. Cattle were lower and hogs were higher.
These estimates are based on assumptions for normal weather through September. With a normal finish to the growing season, the soybean crop stands to benefit more from weather than corn.
Our MarketWatch table features monthly and quarterly price outlooks, along with weekly prices for a wide range of ag markets.
As of Tuesday, August 30
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