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Quotes retrieved on October 26, 2020, 11:01:30 PM CDT
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.


Quotes retrieved on October 26, 2020, 11:01:30 PM CDT


Ag Market Commentary
Cotton Closes in Black on Monday
Front month cotton futures were 62 to 85 points higher. Last week, The Seam reported 18,923 bales sold for a wtd av price of 66.24 cents/lb. USDA’s Spot Cotton Quotations report showed 2,871 bales were sold at an average gross price of 67 cents/lb....
Cattle Rebound in Afternoon to Close Mixed
Following midday losses, live cattle futures recovered to close the session mixed. October fats closed at $103.97 on the board. There were 1,764 contracts still open as of Friday. October contracts expire at the end of the week. Feeders ended the fir...
Soybeans Close Mixed
The afternoon rally in the soy complex brough the front month bean contracts back to positive territory, closing as much as 4 cents higher. After UNCH for May, soybeans closed 1 1/4 to 2 1/4 cents lower in the deferreds. Soymeal futures bounced back ...
Ag Market Commentary
Corn futures drifted 1 to 2 cents lower today. The weekly Export Inspections report showed 636,290 MT of corn shipments on the week ending 10/22. That was down from 911,648 MT last week but up 63% from the same week last year. Mexico was the top dest...
Monday Wheat Drops Double Digits
With increased rain and snow in the central US, the domestic wheat futures closed with double digit losses. KC HRW pulled back the most on Monday, dropping 2.63% to 3.12%. CBT futures were down 1.45% to 2.02% on the day. MPLS HRS futures ended the se...
Corn in Red on Monday
Corn futures drifted 1 to 2 cents lower today. The weekly Export Inspections report showed 636,290 MT of corn shipments on the week ending 10/22. That was down from 911,648 MT last week but up 63% from the same week last year. Mexico was the top dest...


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 2021 Fall NGMO Soybean Premium will be $1.40. (This is the same premium as the current 2020 program)


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Legacy Grain Fiscal Year Ended
April 30, 2020



Corn-  Corn futures traded both sides of unchanged today but closed the session mostly firmer. FAS reported corn flash sales this morning which were deemed friendly, while harvest pressure hung over the market. In addition, traders appeared somewhat hesitant to establish new positions ahead of Wednesday's Quarterly Stocks Report. The average trade guess for September 1st corn stocks is at 2.250 bln. bu. U.S. harvest progress is expected to pick up across the Midwest this week. Yield reports thus far remain variable. Until more actual yield reports become available, traders will continue to look to NASS for direction. Last Monday afternoon’s condition/progress reports estimated the U.S. corn crop at 61% GTE & corn harvest progress at 8% complete. In this afternoon’s report, traders expect to see 17% of the U.S. corn crop harvested. The forecast for the Corn Belt looks mostly favorable for harvest activity to continue the next 2 weeks, with some light but limited rain expected. Weekly U.S. export inspections for corn fell within market estimates this morning at 31.8 mln. bu. This year’s corn exports remain off to a solid start. Cumulative corn exports are 110 mln. bu. vs. 61 mln. bu. a year ago. In addition, USDA announced flash sales this morning totaling 207,140 metric tons of corn to unknown destinations and 110,800 metric tons of corn for delivery to Japan; both for the 20/21 marketing year.

Beans- Soybean futures traded lower today despite a flash sales announcement this morning of 218,300 metric tons of soybeans for delivery to unknown destinations in the 20/21 marketing year. This followed no bean sales announcements last Thursday and Friday. Weekly U.S. soybean export inspections fell within trade estimates today at 44.5 mln. bu. but marked the lowest total for the first 4 weeks of the current marketing year. The bulk of the shipments were destined for China. Profit taking was noted today in long soybean/short corn and long soybeans/short wheat spreads. Traders are awaiting Wednesday’s Quarterly Stocks Report. The average trade estimate for September 1st soybean stocks is 576 mln. bu. Traders are also monitoring U.S. harvest activity. The forecast looks conducive for harvest progress to pick up this week. NASS will release updated progress/condition ratings this afternoon. The expectation is to see near 18% of the U.S. bean crop harvested. Market participants also continue to monitor S. America’s forecast, as Brazil remains on the dry side. Little to no rain is expected in key soybean areas across central Brazil over the next 10 to 14 days and 91% of expected soybean production in Brazil is estimated to be drier than normal. Although, October is still expected to see improved precipitation.


Stonington, Illinois (62567)

Current Conditions Cloudy
Temperature 37°F
Dew Point 36°F
Pressure 30.31 in. Hg
Humidity 96%
Wind 6 mph
From North


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