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Hogs Bulls Push Higher on Tuesday
Lean hogs saw gains of $1.20 to $2.45 on Tuesday. USDA’s National Average Base Hog negotiated price was up $1.54 cents from the Monday afternoon print, at $91.85 on Tuesday afternoon. The CME Lean Hog Index was down 4 cents at $91.31 on April 19. USDA’s National Pork Carcass Cutout...
Wheat Leads Bull Charge For Second Day In a Row
The wheat complex continued this week’s rally on Tuesday. Chicago contracts were up 8 to 15 ¼ cents on the day. Kansas City posted gains of 8 ½ to 11 ¾ cents at the close. MPLS was 6 ¼ to 10 ¾ cents higher across most contracts. NASS reported condition...
Soybeans Post Gains with Planting Delays Expected Later This Week
Soybean futures posted gains of as little as fractionally to as much as 6 ¼ cents on Tuesday. Soymeal turned around on midday weakness to close with contracts up 90 cents to $1.40/ton, with Soy Oil rallying 15 to 24 points. Soybean planting is off to a decent start, with...
Corn Futures Fight for Gains on Tuesday
The Tuesday action in the corn market saw futures close mixed with 24/25 strength, up 1 ¼ to 3 ¼ cents Contracts for the ’25 crop and beyond were fractionally to 1 ¾ cents lower. Monday afternoon’s Crop Progress report showed many of the notable states were above normal planting...
Cattle Reverse Action to Close Mixed on Tuesday
Live cattle were higher early in the Tuesday session but bulls felt queasy by midday. Futures closed down 12 to 90 cents in the nearbys and 32 cents to $1.12 higher out in the 2025 contracts. Cash action was negligible on Monday, with showlists being compiled. Last week’s trade was...
Cotton Closes Mixed Ahead of First Notice Day
The cotton market reversed some of Tuesday’s intraday weakness, with contracts closing 18 to 70 points lower and 50-100 points off their lows. May was up 18 points ahead of first notice day on Wednesday. They shrugged off outside market strength, with crude oil up $1.54 and the US dollar...

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