Wheat futures faced the most price pressure as grain and soy futures softened this week.
Winter wheat futures ended mostly around 6 cents lower, with corn down around 2 cents and soybeans down mostly around 6 cents. Cattle were lower and hogs favored a weaker tone in mixed trade.
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Corn ended 1 to 2 cents lower, with soybeans down mostly around 2 cents. Wheat futures were 5 to 7 cents lower. Cattle ended mostly under pressure and hogs were firmer.
The report is having limited impact on the market as global supplies remain plentiful.
Corn and soybean futures soften after firmer start, with wheat leading losses. Cattle have also softened, with hogs holding onto gains.
As of Saturday, February 6
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