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Sheridan, Indiana (46069)

Current Conditions Scattered Clouds
Temperature 82°F
Dew Point 70°F
Pressure 29.79 in. Hg
Humidity 67%
Wind 6 mph
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Commentary
Beans Climb Back Up The Cliff
The 60 cent recovery in soybeans was a sharp rally back, but not enough to erase the Thursday slide of more than a dollar per bushel. July beans were $1.08 1/4 weaker for the week, and November contracts dropped $1.17/bushel. Soymeal futures climbed back by double digits, ending the session...
Hogs Close Friday Mixed
Back month lean hog futures rallied back triple digits on Friday, though the gains of as much as $1.77 were not enough to offset Thursday’s drops. Nearby July and August added to the downside on Friday, with additional $2.35 and $0.52 losses respectively. USDA’s National Average Afternoon Base Hog price for...
Cotton Markets Recovered on Friday
At the close for the last trade day of the week, front month cotton prices were 25 points to 138 points back in the black. New crop prices were stronger gainers, taking back the premium to old crop. A surging US dollar index was a headwind for the third day in...
Wheat Markets Gain on Friday
Going into the weekend wheat futures were double digits higher at the close. CBT futures closed near the start of the Thursday selloff, with 19 1/4 to 23 3/4 cent gains. KC wheat gained 21 to 21 1/2 cents on Friday. MGE wheat prices ended the session 6 3/4 to...
Corn Recovered on Friday
The Friday recovery left the board 22 1/4 to 34 1/2 cents in the black going into the weekend. For new crop that equated to a 6 1/4 cent net loss for Thursday and Friday, but still a 31 3/4 cent drop for the week. Dalian Corn Prices in China were...
Cattle Climb Back on Friday
Front month cattle futures go into the weekend with 37 to 97 cent gains, finishing the session below Thursday’s sell off.  Friday’s catch up trade was $120-$124, and as high as $200 for high graded dressed sales. The bulk of the week’s cash trade had been near $122 in the...

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