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Brugler Commentary
Corn Futures Cautiously Mixed, With Nearby July Higher -

Overnight corn trading has July futures higher and the new crop futures down about 2 cents per bushel. Corn futures also ended the Tuesday session

Cotton Futures Higher Early Wednesday, Led by Nearby July -

The cotton market starts Wednesday with overnight gains of 18 to 118 points.  At the closing bell for the Tuesday session, domestic cotton

Cattle Futures Up Sharply to Converge With Cash -

Fat cattle futures closed Tuesday with triple digit gains. The front month futures were $1.72 to $2.15 stronger pushing June to $123.10. There were

Soybeans See Old Crop Futures Interest, New Crop Weak -

Soybean futures start the midweek session with old crop futures up 1 to 3 cents from overnight adjustments. Active November is down 1 ¼. Front

Hog Futures Mixed, Surplus Pork Stocks Still Tight -

Futures closed mixed on Tuesday. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price was $4.47 higher this afternoon to $128.04. The CME Lean Hog Index

Wheat Futures Pullled Higher by HRS Drought Losses -

Wheat markets were 5 to 12 higher overnight and holding those gains early this morning. At the close for Tuesday, winter wheat markets were in the

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