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Marcus, Iowa (51035)

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Temperature: 70°F Dew point: 64°F
Humidity: 83% Pressure: 29.76 in. Hg
Wind: 6 mph From: Northeast

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Commentary
Cattle Futures Higher on Thursday Sales -

Front month fat cattle futures regained another $0.27 to $1.05 from Tuesday’s drop. Dec cattle closed the session at $105.02. Feeders were 50 to

Double Digit Gains for Wheat -

U.S. wheat markets spiked higher on Thursday trading. SRW futures were 10 1/2 to 11 3/4 cents higher at the close. HRW futures were up by 4% at

Ag Market Commentary -

After an influx of new data, corn closed the Thursday session with gains. The front months were up 3 3/4 to a nickel with old crop the strongest.

Corn Closes Higher on Thursday -

After an influx of new data, corn closed the Thursday session with gains. The front months were up 3 3/4 to a nickel with old crop the strongest.

Hog Futures Gain on Thursday -

October futures added $1.07 to the week’s move higher on Thursday. The other front months were 10 to 90 cents higher, save for June which dropped

Beans Close Higher With Some Double Digits -

Soybeans posted gains of at least a dime/bu for all but the August and Sept contracts. May ’21 beans were the firmest with a 14 1/2 cent gain.

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