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Brugler Commentary
Cotton Fades to Mid-Jan Levels -

Cotton futures ended the Monday trade with triple digit losses of 142 to 216 points. The March contract dropped to levels near mid-Jan. New crop

Sharp Drop For Hog Market -

April hogs saw new lows on Monday after trading to levels not seen since December of 2021. At the close, the board was ~30 cents off the day’s

Cattle Close in Black for Monday -

Cattle started the new week with gains, closing out Monday up by 17 to 55 cents in the front months. There were no deliveries issued against Feb

Wheat Fades to Red on Monday -

Old crop HRW wheat prices held onto gains for the close, but they were limited to 3 cents – with March 10 1/2 cents off its daily high. The new

Soy Oil Ends Higher -

Soybean oil went home up by 3 to 25 points on Monday, after a tighter daily trading range from -63 points to +61 points. The soymeal trade worked

Monday Corn Closes in Black -

Corn spent most of Monday in the red, but ended the day near the highs. March corn closed up by 1 1/2 cents after trading in a 7 cent range from -5

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