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9/26/23: Markets floating around unchanged this morning, after an equally quiet day yesterday.  Crop conditions and progress reports out yesterday afternoon showed Soybeans going backwards a touch from 52% good/excellent down to 50%.  Corn increased 2% from 51% to 53%.  US harvest progress all in line with 5-year averages.  Spring wheat at 96% complete, Corn 15% and Soybeans 12% complete.  Macro markets are going to keep adding downward pressure to the ag market, specifically the USD as it pushes higher. Russia and Ukraine have both continued to attack port facilities on each side, targeting ag infrastructure.  Markets have brushed that off as nothing more than noise for now, as boats continue to be left alone by both sides.

USDA reports out September 12th were neutral to bearish beans and corn, and moderately bullish wheat.  Balance sheets for US wheat were essentially unchanged but global wheat production and carryout were lowered.  Would indicate that maybe we just put in the lows on wheat at least in the short term.  We will know if the lower production and carryout is true if the rest of the world starts raising their export prices.  Russia FOB values the main country to monitor.  Corn yield was lowered again to 173.8 bpa, but harvested acres were increased.  Net result an increase in corn production to 15.13 billion bu and an increase to the 2024 carryout now at 2.22 billion bu.  

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Futures Quotes
Quotes are delayed, as of October 03, 2023, 05:49:10 AM CDT or prior.
Wheats Closed Double Digits Higher -

Front month wheat futures ended the session with double digit gains into the new month of trading. CBT futures closed 17 ¼ to 23 ¼ cents higher

Cattle Close Higher on Monday -

Front month fat cattle ended the session off their highs, but still 22 to 77 cents in the black. Feeder cattle ended the first trade day of the

Cotton Ended with Gains on Monday -

Front month cotton prices firmed up to start the new week / new month of positioning. The Dec contract closed up by 60 points, and just 21 points

Corn Closed Monday with Double Digit Gains -

The Monday session started the new week and the new month with double digit gains of over 2% across the corn market. That set the Mar contract back

Soybeans Close Higher on Oct 1st -

After a contested Monday session, the soybean futures closed 2 to 6 cents in the black to start the new month of positioning. Soymeal futures closed

Mixed Monday for Hog Futures -

Hog futures were $0.35 to $2.27 weaker in follow through losses after Friday’s limit drop. The back month contracts were firmer with a 22 cent

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