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SovEcon cuts Russian wheat crop forecast, with dryness a rising concern in spring wheat areas

Andrey Sizov, head of SovEcon, says, “Spring weather conditions were favorable for the new winter wheat crop. However, there is a big question mark over the spring wheat crop now."

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Grains seen trading lower, livestock steady to firmer.

China’s wheat crop could help bridge any corn supply gap until corn harvest begins

Harvest of China’s winter wheat crop got underway this month, which along with Chinese changes in recommended feed mixes could cool Chinese buying of corn near-term.