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Dec 2 - Wheat futures bouncing off recent lows, up 3c to 6c and corn up 4c. Weekly export sales for week ending 11/24 not much as only 18 mil bu wheat & 30 mil bu for corn sold. Soybeans better at 54 mil bu.. 8 mil bu DNS sold keeping it firm. La Nina forecast shifting/dying which appears that outside money bet a little too heavily on the potential for negative supply side shocks. Unfortunately not counting on any major rallies except 10-15c volatility swings both ways from here... US winter wheat is all seeded and growing, and Corn and soybean harvests are basically done with big production. Oil is higher again, as is the Dow.
Snake & Columbia River system barge traffic shuts down Dec10 thru Mar 20 for Dam maintainence projects. Won't help prices any.
HRW ldp is 20c today and DNS & SW still a mile away. Your County FSA office has form 633EZ to fill out to collect ldp payments. Spec crowd still short huge amounts Cgo wheat and corn. Commercials and growers are long.
TCG Pasco Elevator Hours 8 am - 5pm Mon thru Fri. & open Saturdays if corn harvesting.
TCG Burbank Elevator Hours: 8 am - 4 pm Mon thru Fri.
Light rain showers were featured in southern Texas Friday afternoon, with a few areas of snow also noted in the western and northern Plains, Great Lakes, and interior Northwest. The rest of the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop regions were dry. Temperatures ranged from the low 20s in southern Saskatchewan to the low 80s in far southern Texas. » More DTN Weather Commentary