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2024 CFA Production Financing Program Info

 

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Below is our most recent video that was recorded covering markets and explaining how producers can utilize CEA and contracts we offer, to navigate their marketing decisions.

                   

 

 

 Please contact CG&S, CEA, or our CEA risk management Advisor Matt Hartwell for all of your grain and risk management needs.

 

Matt Hartwell

CEA Risk Management Advisor

316-531-6063 

mhartwell@ceagrain.com

 

 

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Soybeans Ticking Higher Heading into Weekend
Soybeans are posting 3 to 7 cent higher trade on Friday morning. They came out of the Juneteenth holiday in bear mode, with contracts down 4 to 18 ¾ cents at the Thursday close. Soymeal futures were steady in some of the back months to $7/ton lower for July. Soy...
Cotton Mixed on Friday Morning
Cotton prices are showing mixed action this morning, with front months down 12 to 50 points and new crop up 6 to 11. Futures reverted to weakness during the day session, despite earlier overnight gains. Contracts were down 7 to 74 points on the day. Outside factors are offsetting, with...
Corn Trying to Claw Back Higher on Friday Morning
Corn prices are trading with 1 to 2 cent gains, as the market rounds out the week. Futures collapsed into the Thursday close, as contracts were down 4 ¼ to 11 cents on the day despite a solid round of EIA corn use data. July options expire on Friday, with...
Wheat Trying to Recover on Friday
The wheat complex is trading with slight gains after a week of losses to start your Friday morning. They closed with losses across the three markets on Thursday. Chicago saw losses of 9 ¼ to 14 ¼ cents across the board. Kansas City contracts were down 7 to 13 ¼...
Cattle Look to Trade Ahead of CoF Report
Live cattle futures posted mixed trade on Thursday with front months 40 to 45 cents higher and other contracts 5 to 50 cents lower. Trade talk has regionals and majors bidding $310-312 in the north, with asking prices $315 or higher and up to $200 live. Thursday’s Central Stockyards Fed...
Hogs Resume Retreat on Thursday
Lean hog futures gapped lower out of the holiday, as contracts were down $1.47 to $2.62 at midday and settled $2 to $2.62 lower in the first three delivery months. The CME Lean Hog Index was up 13 cents at $90.72 on June 18. Typical seasonal strength has been muted...

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