Corn futures posted slight weekly losses, but held above contract lows. Soybean futures were supported at week's end by fresh demand and pressure on the dollar index.
Shower activity to continue across central U.S. this weekend.
Pro Farmer's Chip Flory and Brian Grete discuss livestock fundamentals for this week's Pro Farmer Profit Briefing segment on AgDay TV.
Our MarketWatch table features monthly and quarterly price outlooks, along with weekly prices for a wide range of ag markets.
Corn closed 3 to 4 cents lower, with soybeans down 6 to 8 cents. Winter wheat ended 3 to 5 cents lower. Cattle and hog futures are moderately to sharply lower.
Corn is mostly 3 cents lower with soybeans turning mixed after a firmer start. Wheat is also mixed. Cattle are higher and hogs are lower.
The International Grain Council raised its 2016-17 total global grains carryover peg by 6 MMT from last month to 488 MMT, up from 471 MMT in 2015-16.
Ohio now has 75.6% of its area covered by drought, while a 10-point improvement was seen in Iowa this week.
Hot weather returns to nation's midsection early next week.
Corn and wheat sales within expectations; beef up from week-ago, pork lower than prior week.
Todd "Bubba" Horwitz says watching price too actively will first give you indigestion if it's going the wrong way and false excitement if going the right way.
As of Saturday, July 30
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