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

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 

11/23/22: Markets have been in holiday mode all week with thin volume in the futures pit.  Outside of some overnight pops in futures due to Russian shelling concerns, market has floated lower all week.  US remains high priced on global matrix for corn and wheat, limiting demand and keeping a solid lid on prices.  All signs point to the war in the Black Sea dragging on through winter, which will keep ag markets on edge and volatility will persist.  Domestic HRW conditions for next years crop are historically some of the lowest we have ever seen.  Plenty of time to catch up as we enter dormancy, but with relatively tight 2022 stocks already, conditions will be monitored closely over the next 6 months.  Corn stuck in a rut after dropping off the highs a couple weeks ago.  Hard to see it pushing back to those values until after the first of the year.  Will take some unexpected demand or war volatility to push it back.   

Tri cities Grain office will be closed November 24th and 25th for Thanksgiving 

Elevator will be closed November 24th and 25th for Thanksgiving.  Open again Saturday 7-7 for corn harvest.   

 

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Futures Quotes
Quotes are delayed, as of December 01, 2022, 07:43:05 PM CST or prior.
Commentary
Hogs Rally, Now Higher on the Week -

The Dec hog contract was up only 22 cents, an outlier as expiration approaches on the 14th. The other front months rallied triple digits with

Afternoon Bounce in Cotton Futures -

Cotton futures were down early on profit taking following Wednesday’s limit up move. Prices bounced back later and ended with 9 to 30 points of

Mostly Lower Close in Cattle Market , But Feeders Higher -

Feeders took advantage of the weaker corn trade, and closed with $0.60 to $1.07 gains. Fat cattle were mixed as Dec, Feb, and April all slid by less

Thursday Wheat Futures Revert to Red -

After a bounce on Tuesday and Wednesday, the wheat futures market closed in the red again on Thursday. Chicago SRW futures stayed above their low on

Thursday Fade in Corn Market -

Corn prices settled near their low for the day. December corn ended with a 12 cent loss to $6.50, while the other nearby contracts gave back 3 1/4

Beans Give Back Monday Rally -

Soymeal futures bounced in the afternoon and ended the session with 0.7% to 0.9% gains. Beans and soybean oil futures on the other hand fell sharply

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