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|K-State Extension Agronomy E-Update|
|GRAIN BIDS ARE SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION .Cash bids are 10 minute delayed. Due to the volatility in the grain futures, we will be buying grains only from 8:30am through 1:00pm of each business day. After 6PM Cash Bids reflect the overnight session from 6PM to 7AM|
- More Premium for Nearby Hogs
- Lean hog futures ended the session with gains of as much as $3.25 nearby to a 17 cent loss by April ’23. The August to October spread widened to $16.97 by the bell, with August at a $25 premium to December. Dec hogs also extended their premium to Feb by...
- Red Close for Wheat
- Wheat futures worked higher initially on Wednesday, but turned weaker in afternoon and closed red. CBT SRW ended the day with 1 1/2 to 4 1/4 cent losses. KC wheat futures ended the day with double digit losses of as much as 11 1/2 cents in the front months. Spring...
- Corn Ends Higher on the Day
- A wide ranged Wednesday session had the market trading both in the red and the black before closing up by 5 1/2 to 8 1/4 cents. The new crop contracts stayed under $6/bu on the day, as Dec printed a 20 cent range. Sep was above the $6 mark at...
- Wide Ranged Wednesday for Soy
- November soybeans printed a wide 40 cent range after trying both sides of the open. Futures initially went for a bounce back, but ultimately closed mid range on 1 to 7 1/4 cent front month gains. Soymeal futures closed the day with $1.90 to $9.80/ton gains. Soybean oil futures fell...
- Cotton Used Expanded Limits
- December cotton got to within 2 points of an expanded limit loss following yesterday’s limit drop. At the close futures needed more than the normal 4 cents but not the full 5 settling 407 to 499 points in the red. The Seam reported 616 bales of cotton were sold online...
- Triple Digit Gains for Cattle Futures
- Wednesday’s cattle futures market worked higher after the red start to the week. The front months ended the day with $1.07 to $1.57 gains. The weekly FCE sold none of the 1,768 head listed, as cash trade for the week remains unestablished. Bids were mostly capped at $137 against $139...