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DTN Closing Livestock Comment 03/03 16:06

3 Mar 2021
DTN Closing Livestock Comment 03/03 16:06 Mixed Wednesday for Livestock Contracts The futures market closed mostly higher, but unfortunately couldn't spark any positive momentum in the cash cattle market. ShayLe Stewart DTN Livestock Analyst GENERAL COMMENTS: It was a mixed market for livestock enthusiasts as cash cattle sellers don't like the prices that surfaced, but the feeder cattle and lean hog contracts were delighted to trade higher. Thursday's export report could heavily wane on the hog complex if it's as bearish as last week's. Hog prices closed higher on the National Direct Afternoon Hog Report, up $1.82 with a weighted average of $82.75 on 7,135 head. May corn is down 9 3/4 cents per bushel and May soybean meal is down $2.90. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down 121.43 points and NASDAQ is down 361.04 points.
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DTN Early Word Grains 03/02 05:57

2 Mar 2021
DTN Early Word Grains 03/02 05:57 Row Crops, Products Post Follow-Through Selling May corn is down 3 1/2 cents per bushel, May soybeans are down 4 cents, and May KC wheat is up 5 cents. Tregg Cronin DTN Contributing Analyst Pre-6 a.m. Globex Prices: May corn is down 3 1/2 cents per bushel, May soybeans are down 4 cents, and May KC wheat is up 5 cen...

USDA Daily Market Rates 03/02 06:11

2 Mar 2021
USDA Daily Market Rates 03/02 06:11 Effective: March 02, 2021 The following Market Rates are established to aid in the development of the Posted County Prices (PCPs) which are used by county Farm Services Agency (FSA) Offices for loan redemption purposes. Uses of these rates for other purposes may not be appropriate. Questions concerning the grain,...

Todd's Take

1 Mar 2021
At a time when corn is trading well above $5 per bushel and soybeans are over $14 per bushel, it sounds odd to be talking about leveling the playing field with China, but don't let the high prices fool you. China presents a new set of long-term challenges for U.S. agriculture that this country has never faced. So far, those issues are not being add...

Co-op to SCOTUS: Closure Without SREs

1 Mar 2021
OMAHA (DTN) -- Its very business would be threatened if it is unable to receive exemptions from the Renewable Fuel Standard, a farmer-owned cooperative told the Supreme Court in a brief filed on Friday in an upcoming case that could determine the fate of the small-refinery exemption program. CountryMark operates in Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio...
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