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- Cool weather slows planting in Nebraska
- 27% of Ohio corn, 20% of soybeans planted
- Silver linings to dry spring
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- Minnesota planting pace right on 2020’s heels
- Rain in Tennessee keeps some out of the fields
- Crop conditions mixed in Arkansas
- Iowa planting progress: corn at 86%, soybeans 67% planted
- MO farmer about to finish planting
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- National Truck Shipments and Imports (Movement) Report in 10,000 lb units
- National Truck Shipments and Imports (Movement) Report in Packages
- Ornamental Shipment (Movement) Report - Seattle, WA
- National Daily Cattle Beef Summary Report
- Domestic Shipments and Imports of Ornamental Crops
- Ornamental Shipment Report - Imports - Los Angeles/San Francisco, CA
- Truck Shipments (Movement) in 10,000 lb Units - San Francisco, CA
- Soy Market in Red at Midday
- Soybeans are trading with mostly losses of 3 1/4 to 21 3/4 cents. Old crop July is the firmest, and in delivery May beans are up 2 cents/bu ahead of Friday’s expiration. Soymeal futures are firmer, with midday losses limited to $1.60/ton so far. BO futures are down by as...
- Cattle Futures Increasing at Midday
- Front month live cattle futures are spending Monday in the black, with gains of 42 cents to $1.95 in June. USDA reported cash sales from las week were $117 to $119, though most were $119. Midday feeders are up $2.65 to $3.67 at midday. The CME Feeder Cattle Index for...
- Hogs in Red at Midday
- Front month lean hog futures are 15 to 82 cents in the red. October and December contracts are up for midday though gains are limited to 17 cents. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price for Monday AM was $109.30, after a $0.51 drop. The May 6th CME Lean Hog Index...
- Wheat Down Hard at Midday
- Front month wheat futures are down double digits at midday, led by a hard spring wheat sell off following rains in MT and western ND. July HRS futures are down the most with losses of at least 35 cents/bu. SRW prices are 28 1/4 to 30 3/4 cents in the...
- Triple Digit Losses for Cotton
- Cotton prices are trading lower to start the week with losses of at last 51 points so far. The more active contracts are down 168 points for July, and 132 points for December. Zhengzhou Cotton Prices in China were sharply higher on Friday, with 255 yuan gains to 15,810 yuan/MT ($1.11/lb). ...
- Corn Starts Week With Red
- Corn futures are sharply lower at midday. Old crop futures are 15 1/4 cents weaker in July with a 14 3/4 cent loss for in delivery May. There have been no deliveries issued against May corn through the 7th, and OI data suggests 1,342 contracts were still open. New crop...