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Corn

MonthOpenHighLowLastChangeTime
Jul 2016375-0376-4374-0376-4+3-622:49
Sep 2016379-6381-2379-0381-0+3-223:39
Dec 2016385-4386-4384-4386-4+3-423:38
Mar 2017393-0394-4392-2394-4+4-223:39
May 2017397-6397-6396-4397-4+3-219:07

Soybeans

MonthOpenHighLowLastChangeTime
Jul 20161145-01150-01141-41148-2+3-622:22
Aug 20161140-01147-01138-21145-4+5-023:29
Sep 20161123-01130-01122-01129-2+6-223:30
Nov 20161112-41121-41111-01119-4+7-023:38
Jan 20171108-01116-61107-41116-0+7-422:22

Wheat

MonthOpenHighLowLastChangeTime
Jul 2016429-6430-6429-4430-6+1-221:19
Sep 2016445-2446-0443-6445-4+1-023:38
Dec 2016466-2466-6464-0465-6+0-423:41
Mar 2017484-2485-4483-2484-4+0-223:35
May 2017495-4495-4495-4495-4+0-619:42
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Brunswick scales are fixed, proceed through elevator as usual. 

 

 

Market Commentary
Market Commentary
Really not a horrible day of trading with beans up 17 and corn unchanged. The dollar was weaker and crude up 1.55 on the day. There are chances of rain through the end of the week, but still there’s talk of dryness in the Midwest so that keeps some support in the markets as well. The Chinese haven’t been buying a whole lot this week so nothing really to write home about there. August is the make it or break it month for beans, so really nobody is too terribly concerned about the crop just yet. However; if you listen the head honcho at Brummer Farms, it’s all doom and gloom…. We’ll see.
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