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Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
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Elkhart - 217-947-2751 Mt Pulaski - 217-792-5711
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Paul Crombie - 217-306-2144
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Cash Bids are updated every 10 minutes during the trading session and during the overnight (electronic) session. Cash bids are approximate, and all final bids will be determined mutually by the seller and Elkhart Grain in person or by phone.
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- Corn Bleeds into Weekend
- The corn market faded on Friday with 12 ¾ to 5 cent losses across the front months. May futures were still up by a net 11 cents for the week, and Dec prices were up by a net 9 ½ cents on the week. Weekly CFTC data showed managed money...
- Friday Gains in Cattle Futures
- Feeder cattle prices led the way higher on Friday, ending up by as much as 1.7%. Despite the strong finish to the week, March feeders were still down $1.60 wk/wk. Fat cattle rallied $1.50 to $3.10 on the day, pushing the April contract to a net 55 cent gain for...
- Triple Digit Rally for Friday Hog Futures
- Front month lean hog futures were up by $1.32 to $1.85 on the last trade day of the week. That left the April contract at a net 87c gain for the week. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price was dropped $2.82 on Friday afternoon to $72.67. The CME Lean Hog...
- Lock Limit Drop for Friday Cotton Market
- Old crop cotton futures will see expanded 5 cent limits on Monday after ending the Friday session down the limit. Board strength earlier in the week kept prices 2c higher for the week’s net move. New crop futures were 86 points lower on Friday and a net 44 points weaker...
- Soy Futures Firm for Weekend
- The soybean futures market ended the last trade day of the week with double digit gains for old crop and 6 to 7 cent gains in new crop. The May contract finished the week with a net 9 ½ cent gain. Nov soybeans were a net 8 ¼ cents higher...
- Wheat Flips Net Lower for the Week
- Friday’s double digit selloff flipped the week’s move to net lower across the U.S. wheat futures. Chicago prices were down by 17 to 18 ½ cents on the day. That left May SRW at a net 15c loss for the week. KC wheat futures weakened by 3.2% to 3.9% by...