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Cattle Bounce on Monday -

The nearby summer cattle contracts were up triple digits as the back months gained 47 to 95 cents. The Board has sold off in the two weeks ahead of

Triple Digit Strength for hog Market -

Lean hog futures ended the day $1.15 to $2.05 in the black. Monday morning’s National Average Base Hog price for Monday afternoon was $106.25

Wide Range for Monday Cotton -

Old crop July cotton traded within a +4 cent range to start the week, and December printed a 350 point range. Ultimately futures went home mostly

Soy Fades into New Week -

Soybeans were down 18 1/4 cents in July at the close, though by the ’23 contracts losses firmed to 2 1/4 for Jan to a 1/4 cent gain in May. July

Monday Gains for Corn Futures -

Monday corn prices recovered 5 1/2 to 7 3/4 cents to start the new week of trading. The new crops’ discount grew to 47 1/4 cents July to December.

Wheat Prices Rally Back on Monday -

Wheat traded back higher by double digits after last week’s pullback from the fresh highs. On Monday, Chicago wheat futures ended 21 1/4 to 25

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