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2023 Winter Wheat Base Price $8.77

2023 Spring Wheat Base Price $8.87

2023  Durum Base Price $10.11

2023 Barley Base Price $5.35



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Futures Quotes
Quotes are delayed, as of March 04, 2024, 03:13:15 PM CST or prior.

Ag Market Commentary
Corn Futures Holding Firm at Midday
Monday’s corn futures market is trading with a penny to 3 cent gains so far at midday. Futures were up by as much as 11 cents earlier in the session. CME added another 113 March corn deliveries overnight. SG Americas issued most of them, with ADM the largest stopper. MTD...
Soybeans Off Highs, Still in Black
Front month soybean futures are working 2 ¼ to 6 ½ cents higher so far though prices are off their earlier highs – which had May up by 14 cents. CME reported another 225 March bean contracts were issued for delivery overnight. That brought the total for the month up...
Wheats Holding onto Gains through Midday
Midday wheat prices are off their highs, but still in the black. Chicago is up by 4 to 4 ½ cents so far. The hard red wheats are up by 2.3% in KC and 2.2% in Minneapolis so far with double digit gains. CME data had 318 deliveries vs March...
April Hog Futures Falling
The lean hog market is trading mostly in the black and near the session highs with 7 to 35 cent gains at midday. The lead month April contract is the resounding exception with a $1.40 loss at midday and at the day’s low. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price was...
Cattle Dropping on Grain Rally
Live cattle futures are currently 50 cents to $1.05 in the red, as feeders are down by as much as $2.07 to start the week. USDA confirmed light Friday cash action near $183-$184, matching the bulk of the week’s business. The CME Feeder Cattle Index was 54 cents weaker on...
Monday Cotton Mixed at Midday
Cotton gapped lower to start the new week following the fade from Thursday and Friday. Futures are now working mixed as old crop remains 142 to 107 points in the red, while new crop is 9 to 24 points higher. The updated 7-day QPF from NOAA has heavy rain fall...


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