Grain Wawaka

USDA: Tuesday May 12th : Crop Production / Supply & Demand

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NEW MARKET LIMITS :  Corn limit .25cents and expanded .40cent.

Soybeans .70cents and $1.05 expanded limit 

"Beginning in January 2013, USDA will release several major statistical reports at 11 a.m. Central Time, including the World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates, Acreage, Crop Production, Grain Stocks, Prospective Plantings, and Small Grains Summary." -USDA

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NEW CME TRADING HOURS

8:00 at night until 8:45 the following morning. Then the market stops trading from 8:45 to 9:30 At 9:30 the market resumes trading, closing now at 2:15 

* We will continue our policy of only pricing grain
while the market is trading. Spots across the scales will be at the most recent
price, even if the market is not trading. At my option, we reserve the right to
not price spots across the scales during times the market doesn't trade. *

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Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on June 01, 2020, 01:33:52 AM CDT
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Wawaka, Indiana (46794)

Current Conditions: Clear
Temperature: 47°F Dew point: 44°F
Humidity: 90% Pressure: 30.28 in. Hg
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Commentary
Cattle Close Lower for Weekend -

Cattle futures traded $1.37 to $1.75 lower on Friday. For June contracts that wasn’t enough to erase previous moves, as June cattle closed 2.5%

Corn Closes Lower on Friday Pullback -

Corn futures were down 1 1/4 to 1 3/4 cents following the Thursday gains. Private exporters reported a large sale of 101,600 MT of 2019/20 corn to

Wheat Added more Gains -

The U.S. wheat markets continued the gains from yesterday closing the week 2.2 to 5.8% higher. KC was up the most on Friday closing 6 to 6 1/2 cents

Cotton Firm and Mixed on Friday -

Front month cotton futures came back from midday lows and ended the session within a dime on either side of UNCH. July and October futures were 2

Soy Complex Closes in Red -

Friday trading closed the week with losses of less than 1%. Old crop futures were down 5 to 6 1/4 cents and new crop soybeans settled 1 to 4 1/4

Hogs Come Back from Midday Lows -

Lean hog futures rallied back from midday losses and closed $0.95 to $1.70 higher. Save for June hogs which ended Friday’s session with a 7 cent

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