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2/21/24:  Wheat markets had a nice dead cat bounce yesterday after last weeks bloodbath.  KC and Chicago closed up 20 cents, Minneapolis up 10 cents.  Corn followed a little bit up a couple cents.  Wheat markets giving a bit of it back this morning all wheats down 5-8 cents, corn down 3-5 cents.  Rallies remain short and shallow in both corn and wheat.  Russia continues to be the driver in selling cheap wheat, while South America continues to sell cheaper row crops.  US dollar in the middle of the chart of the last 6 months, but at current levels still not doing us any favors for exports.  Expect domestic balance sheets to continue to grow and pressure prices.  One day closer to spring seeding.    

**USDA report out 2/8/24: Domestic wheat ending stocks were raised from .648 billion bu to .659 billion bu.  BY class numbers for wheat had HRW raised from 274 mbu to 279 mbu while SRW was raised from 107 mbu to 111 mbu.  Spring, SWW and Durum left essentially unchanged.  Domestic corn ending stocks were raised from 2.162 billion bu to 2.172 billion bu.  World carryout corn was lowered from 325.2 MMT to 322.06 MMT while world carryout in wheat was lowered from 260.03 MMT to 259.44 MMT.  Corn and Bean carryout in Argentina were left completely unchanged at 55 MMT and 50 MMT.  Brazilian corn carryout saw a slight decrease from 127 MMT to 124 MMT while beans dropped from 157 MMT to 156 MMT. 

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Double Digit Drop for Beans -

Front month soybeans fell by 10 ½ to 13 ¼ cents on Thursday, leaving March just a penny off the low for the close. March is still above the $11.45

Mixed Thursday for Cattle Futures -

Cattle faded into the NASS data on Thursday, but firmed up for the close. Fats stayed 47 cents to $1.15 weaker for the bell, though April was 30

Cotton Futures Closed Higher on Thursday -

The front month cotton market rallied by 160 points in March, ending just 35 points under the session high. That has March back to a 33 point gain

SRW Held Firm on Thursday Pullback -

Chicago wheat futures finished the day UNHC to 2 cents stronger across the front months. KC HRW futures were 2 to 3 ¼ cents weaker at the close.

Corn Futures Fell by a Nickel on Thursday -

The front month corn market dropped another 4 to 5 ¾ cents on Thursday. The March contract was 1 ¾ cents off the low for the bell after an 11 ¼

Hogs Resume Strength on Thursday -

Lean hogs were $0.62 to $1.22 stronger for the close. That has April up by $1.97 for the week, after the strongest prices since March. USDA’s

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