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Lean Hogs Higher at Close -

Midweek lean hog trading came to a close with front month futures bouncing back from early week weakness. Prices moved 32 to 90 cents higher, but

Wednesday Wheat Weaker at Close -

Domestic wheat futures closed the midweek session with double digit losses from sell the fact report response. CBT SRW prices were 11 1/4 to 12

Cattle Market Stronger on Wednesday -

Fat cattle futures closed the midweek session with gains of 15 to 40 cents. June fats pulled back from strong midday gains to close with a 2 cent

Cotton Closes off Highs but still in Black -

Afternoon cotton trading had futures pull back from early session highs. Futures were still in the black at the close with gains of 13 to 48

Beans Higher on Wednesday -

Soy futures never got back to pre report highs, but still ended the day 11 1/4 to 27 3/4 cents in the black. Old crop beans had widened the inverse

Corn Closes Weaker on Wednesday -

Following the USDA updates, corn futures ended the midweek session in the red. USDA’s old crop cash average price was upped a nickel to $4.35. New

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