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Corn

MonthOpenHighLowLastChangeTime
May 2016372-2377-4372-2376-0s+4-205/06/16
Jul 2016373-6379-0373-4377-4s+3-605/06/16
Sep 2016375-6380-2375-2379-4s+3-605/06/16
Dec 2016381-4386-0381-0384-6s+3-205/06/16
Mar 2017390-0395-0390-0394-2s+3-405/06/16

Soybeans

MonthOpenHighLowLastChangeTime
May 20161002-01026-21000-01026-2s+22-605/06/16
Jul 20161012-41037-21008-41034-6s+22-405/06/16
Aug 20161014-21039-21011-01037-0s+22-205/06/16
Sep 20161005-21030-01002-21027-4s+21-005/06/16
Nov 20161001-41024-2997-01022-0s+20-405/06/16

Wheat

MonthOpenHighLowLastChangeTime
May 2016453-4458-4453-2453-2s+0-205/06/16
Jul 2016463-0470-2462-0463-6s+0-405/06/16
Sep 2016473-2480-0472-0474-4s+1-205/06/16
Dec 2016490-4497-0488-6492-0s+1-405/06/16
Mar 2017507-0513-2506-4509-2s+1-605/06/16
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Carrollton is limited to 1 load per customer, per day through 5/5/16 due to the ground pile. 

Corder is full on corn

Brunswick has corn space

Norborne will start taking beans at noon 5/5/16


 

 

Market Commentary
Market Commentary
It looked like beans would make an attempt at putting back what they lost yesterday but the board settled out up 4 after seeing gains of about 14 cents at one point during the day. The dollar played havoc on the market today, at one point was lower and so it looked like beans might have a really nice recovery but with the dollar pushing higher beans pulled back to the close. Weather looks pretty good for the remainder of the week, we do have chances of rain on Sunday, I don’t know what the accumulation is expected to be.
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