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Pasco Office Hours: 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday -Friday

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Pasco Elevator Hours: 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM Monday-Saturday  

Burbank Elevators Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday-Friday

NOTE: ALL PRICES ARE NOW DELIVERED PASCO, NOT PORTLAND 

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Commentary

10/26/21: DNS continues to climb up another 25-30 cents over the past few days.  Keeping all other futures firm as well, HRW up a dime, corn up a nickel.  Yesterday’s crop condition report showed US corn at 66% harvested ahead of the 5-year average.  Corn feels appropriately priced given the balance tables and harvest progress we are seeing.  It will likely follow wheats lead for the time being.  Same report showed winter wheat in the US at 80% planted, spot on to the 5-year average.  Since Thursday there have been rumors of a potential Iraqi HRW tender out of the gulf.  No confirmations yet, would push wheat even harder if true.

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Futures Quotes
Quotes are delayed, as of October 27, 2021, 08:06:50 AM CDT or prior.
Commentary
Corn 2 Cents Lower in Early Wednesday Trading -

Corn is starting off the midweek session 2 cents per bushel lower. Yesterday, front month corn futures prices were up by 5 1/2 to 5 3/4 cents by

Wheat Extends Tuesday Losses Overnight -

Wheat markets are 2 to 3 cents weaker early Wednesday. Yesterday’s trade saw futures push to new highs before fading into the close. December

Hog Price Slide Continues -

Lean hog prices ended the Tuesday session with losses of $1.15 to $1.62. USDA’s National Average Base hog price for Tuesday afternoon was 15 cents

Cotton Futures Down 33 to 42 Points This Morning -

Cotton was on both sides of the Tuesday close overnight, and is trading 33 to 42 points lower this morning. Cotton futures closed the Tuesday round

Soybeans Initially Down 6 Cents Per Bushel -

Beans are 6 cents per bushel lower early in the midweek session. On Tuesday afternoon weakness left soybean futures just fractionally in the black.

Cattle Futures Up 2 Days In a Row -

Tuesday’s live cattle futures were again triple digits higher. December led the way with a $1.92 gain, while October was $1.80 higher to $126.82.

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