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DTN Early Word Grains 09/24 06:08 Row Crops Weaker, Wheat Firmer to Start the Week December corn was down 3/4 cent, November soybeans were down 8 1/2 cents, and December K.C. wheat was up 1 1/4 cents. Tregg Cronin DTN Contributing Analyst 6:00 a.m. CME Globex: December corn was down 3/4 cent, November soybeans were down 8 1/2…

09/24 11:36 - DTN Midday Grain Comments

DTN Midday Grain Comments 09/24 11:36 Wheat, Corn Higher at Midday Corn has extended the bounce to begin the week, while beans have remained red since the opening last night to midday. By David Fiala DTN Contributing Analyst General Comments The U.S. stock market indices are lower with the Dow futures down 150. The interes…

09/24 13:40 - DTN Closing Grain Comments

DTN Closing Grain Comments 09/24 13:40 Corn, Wheat End Quiet Day Higher Monday's trade logged light volume, yet saw corn and all three wheats finish modestly higher while November soybeans posted a 6 1/4 cent loss. This week's forecast for the central U.S. looks more favorable for row-crop harvest and winter wheat planting. …

09/24 13:50 - DTN Cattle Prices

WEEKLY CASH CATTLE 09/24 13:50 WEEKLY DIRECT SLAUGHTER CATTLE - FOR THE WEEK ENDING: 09/21 WT AV LV % CH PRICE RANGE VOLUME WT AV DR % CH PRICE RANGE VOL KANSAS FORMULA/FORWARD 74,595 / WTD 24,311 / WEEKLY TOTAL 98,906 STEERS - LIVE FOB STEERS - DRESSED DELIVERED 110.96 …

09/24 09:22 - DTN Early Word Opening Livestock

DTN Early Word Opening Livestock 09/24 09:22 Cattle Pressure Likely Monday Light-to-moderate price pressure is expected to slowly develop through live cattle and feeder cattle trade with traders focusing on Fridays, Cattle on Feed report. By Rick Kment DTN Analyst Cattle: Steady Futures: $1 Lower Live Equiv: $135.61 +0.0…

09/24 12:02 - DTN Midday Livestock Comments

DTN Midday Livestock Comments 09/24 12:02 Cattle Futures Weaken Firm pressure in cattle trade is setting the tone as traders continue to trade the cattle on feed data through the day Monday. This is expected to leave cattle futures weak through the end of the session. By Rick Kment DTN Analyst GENERAL COMMENTS: Cattl…

09/24 15:26 - DTN Closing Livestock Comment

DTN Closing Livestock Comment 09/24 15:26 Cattle Markets Weaken on Strong Supply Cattle futures traders worked the information from Friday's Cattle on Feed report through most of the session. This left prices with triple-digit losses, although volume remained moderate. By Rick Kment DTN Analyst GENERAL COMMENTS: Cash cattle …

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September 24, 2018 at 6:08am DTN Early Word Grains


DTN Early Word Grains         09/24 06:08
   Row Crops Weaker, Wheat Firmer to Start the Week

   December corn was down 3/4 cent, November soybeans were down 8 1/2 cents,
and December K.C. wheat was up 1 1/4 cents.


Tregg Cronin
DTN Contributing Analyst

6:00 a.m. CME Globex:   December corn was down 3/4 cent, November soybeans were
down 8 1/2 cents, and December K.C. wheat was up 1 1/4 cents.

CME Globex Recap:   Global equity markets are weaker Monday morning with trade
war and Fed-tightening concerns front and center. This is keeping the pressure
on the U.S. dollar, which is supportive to commodities. Crude is making fresh
2-1/2 month highs. Grains are mixed ahead of a big harvest week.

OUTSIDE MARKETS:   Previous closes on Friday showed the Dow Jones Industrial
Average up 86.52 points at 26,743.50 and the S&P 500 down 1.08 points at
2,929.67 while the 10-year Treasury yield ended at 3.067%. Early Monday, DJIA
futures were down 4.00. Asian markets are higher with Japan's Nikkei 225 up
195.00 points (0.82%) and China's Shanghai Composite up 68.24 (2.50%). European
markets are lower with London's FTSE 100 down 14.70 points (-0.20%), Germany's
DAX down 39.40 points (-0.32%), and France's CAC 40 down 11.42 points (-0.21%).
The euro was up 0.00235 at 1.18490 and the U.S. dollar index was down 0.1400 at
94.0760. September 30-year T-Bonds were down 8/32nds while December gold was up
$2.30 at $1203.60 and November crude oil was up $1.31 at $72.09 Soybeans on
China's Dalian Exchange closed down 0.11% while meal was up 0.57%.
DTN

September 24, 2018 at 11:36am DTN Midday Grain Comments


DTN Midday Grain Comments     09/24 11:36

   Wheat, Corn Higher at Midday

   Corn has extended the bounce to begin the week, while beans have remained 
red since the opening last night to midday.

By David Fiala
DTN Contributing Analyst

 General Comments

   The U.S. stock market indices are lower with the Dow futures down 150. The 
interest rate products are firmer. The dollar index is 15 lower. Energies are 
firmer with crude up 1.40, unleaded up 4 cents and ethanol mixed. Livestock 
trade is weaker with only nearby hogs firmer. Precious metals are mixed with 
gold up $2. 

   CORN

   Corn trade is 1 to 2 cents higher at midday with trade firmer after seeing 
two-sided trade overnight. Mother Nature is providing some wet harvest 
conditions which are noted slowing harvest progress in many areas, with a few 
spots moving along quickly. Ethanol margins remain tight with production likely 
to fade near term due to the higher corn and lack of upside movement in 
ethanol. Crude and RBOB are firmer so blender margins continue to look good. 
Corn basis will likely see more pressure harvest here in the near term but 
delays could limit pressure. The weekly export inspections were strong at 1.263 
million metric tons. The weekly crop progress should show steady conditions, 
above average maturity, and harvest close to average. On the December chart 
futures support moved above the 10-day, at $3.52, on Friday then 20-day at 3.58 
today which are our support levels at midday. Resistance is at the $3.67 1/2 
50-day then the $3.69 3/4 1-month higher. 

   SOYBEANS

   Soybean trade is 3 to 5 cents lower at midday with trade up 3 to 5 from the 
early lows. China trade issues flaring up again in the news over the weekend as 
tariffs take effect. Meal is $1.50 lower, and oil is 35 to 45 points higher at 
midday. Soybean basis remains historically wide across the belt with storage 
and shipping concerns continuing to dominate with the recent uptick in fresh 
sales needing to be sustained with another 162,000 metric tons announced this 
morning. Crush margins remain strong with oil starting to show broader 
strength. Early planting in South America is underway with conditions on the 
dry side going in but no major concerns expected at this juncture. The 
Brazilian and Argentine currencies remain historically cheap. China lowered 
tariffs on neighboring countries which could offer some more work-a-rounds on 
trade with US/China trade talk progress remaining at a standstill. The weekly 
crop progress is expected to show steady conditions, ahead of normal maturity 
and average harvest progress. The weekly export inspections were in line with 
recent weeks at 693,860 metric tons. On the November chart support is the 
20-day at $8.37 with the 10-day below that at $8.34, with resistance the recent 
high at $8.55. 

   WHEAT

   Wheat trade is 1 to 3 cents higher at midday with with the weaker dollar and 
world prices adding support. Trade was unable to extend the early morning 
strength though. The US dollar is at the bottom of the recent range but firmer 
this morning. Russia will continue to work on spring wheat harvest and winter 
wheat planting with little change in the weather patterns, with harvest in 
Canada impacted by snow as well. Australia looks to continue the recent weather 
pattern with more feed grain imports possible. The weekly export inspections 
remained in line with recent weeks at 409,452 metric tons. The weekly crop 
progress is expected to show spring wheat harvest complete, and winter wheat 
planting near average. On the December Kansas City chart, we have support at 
the 10-day at $5.19 with resistance at the 200-day at $5.43. 

   David Fiala is a DTN contributing analyst and the President of FuturesOne 
and a registered adviser.  
He can be reached at dfiala@futuresone.com 
Follow him on Twitter @davidfiala


(BAS)

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DTN

September 24, 2018 at 1:40pm DTN Closing Grain Comments


DTN Closing Grain Comments    09/24 13:40
   Corn, Wheat End Quiet Day Higher

   Monday's trade logged light volume, yet saw corn and all three wheats finish
modestly higher while November soybeans posted a 6 1/4 cent loss. This week's
forecast for the central U.S. looks more favorable for row-crop harvest and
winter wheat planting.
DTN

September 24, 2018 at 1:50pm DTN Cattle Prices






WEEKLY CASH CATTLE                               09/24 13:50

WEEKLY DIRECT SLAUGHTER CATTLE - FOR THE WEEK ENDING: 09/21

WT AV LV  % CH   PRICE RANGE  VOLUME  WT AV DR   % CH   PRICE RANGE  VOL

KANSAS   FORMULA/FORWARD  74,595 / WTD   24,311 /  WEEKLY TOTAL  98,906
STEERS - LIVE FOB                     STEERS - DRESSED DELIVERED 
110.96   TOTAL  110.00-111.00 11,915  175.00   TOTAL  175.00-175.00    104
STEERS - LIVE DELIVERED               STEERS - DRESSED FOB 
No reportable trade                   No reportable trade
HEIFERS - LIVE FOB                    HEIFERS - DRESSED DELIVERED 
110.98   TOTAL  110.00-111.00  7,221  No reportable trade
HEIFERS - LIVE DELIVERED              HEIFERS - DRESSED FOB 
No reportable trade                   No reportable trade


NEBRASKA FORMULA/FORWARD  52,316 / WTD   47,561 /  WEEKLY TOTAL  99,877
STEERS - LIVE FOB                     STEERS - DRESSED DELIVERED
110.50   TOTAL  110.00-111.50 19,342  174.99   TOTAL  174.00-175.00  9,479
STEERS - LIVE DELIVERED               STEERS - DRESSED FOB
No reportable trade                   173.45   TOTAL  172.00-175.00    639
HEIFERS - LIVE FOB                    HEIFERS - DRESSED DELIVERED
110.47   TOTAL  110.00-111.50  9,414  174.94   TOTAL  174.00-175.00  4,047
HEIFERS - LIVE DELIVERED              HEIFERS - DRESSED FOB 
No reportable trade                   No reportable trade


TEXAS    FORMULA/FORWARD 104,229 / WTD    8,161 /  WEEKLY TOTAL 112,390
STEERS - LIVE FOB                     STEERS - DRESSED DELIVERED
110.95   TOTAL  110.00-111.00  3,615  176.00   65-80  176.00-176.00    184
STEERS - LIVE DELIVERED               STEERS - DRESSED FOB
No reportable trade                   No reportable trade
HEIFERS - LIVE FOB                    HEIFERS - DRESSED DELIVERED
111.00   TOTAL  111.00-111.00  2,757  176.00   TOTAL  176.00-176.00    299
HEIFERS - LIVE DELIVERED              HEIFERS - DRESSED FOB
No reportable trade                   No reportable trade

SEE FRIDAY'S DAILY DIRECT SLAUGHTER CATTLE NEGOTIATED PURCHASES SUMMARIES 
BELOW

DTN COMMENTS:  The country is quiet this afternoon with bids and asking 
prices yet to be established. New showlists appear to be lower in Kansas, 
Nebraska, and Texas, but somewhat larger in Colorado. Significant trade 
volume will likely be delayed until the second half of the week.

Beef cutouts are higher at midday (Choice 206.25 +1.45, Select 195.47 
+0.76), with light box movement (25.59 lds of choice cuts, 9.29 lds of 
select cuts, 0.00 lds of trim, and 7.05 lds of ground). Cattle futures 
closed moderately to sharply lower on both live (off 15 to 145) and feeder 
(off 50 to 187) issues.

DAILY DIRECT SLAUGHTER CATTLE-NEGOTIATED PURCHASES-SUMMARY
**Summary includes trade from 1:30 PM the previous day through 9:30 AM today.**

KANSAS   CONFIRMED CASH SALES:   24,193  WEEK TO DATE:    24,311
STEERS - LIVE - FOB                   STEERS - DRESSED - DELIVERED
110.89   80+    110.00-111.00  3,692  No reportable trade
111.00   65-80  111.00-111.00  6,766
110.96   35-65  110.00-111.00  1,457

110.96   TOTAL  110.00-111.00 11,915
STEERS - LIVE - DELIVERED             STEERS - DRESSED - FOB
No reportable trade                   No reportable trade
HEIFERS - LIVE - FOB                  HEIFERS - DRESSED - DELIVERED
111.00   80+    111.00-111.00  3,245  No reportable trade
110.97   65-80  110.00-111.00  3,754
111.00   35-65  111.00-111.00    222

110.98   TOTAL  110.00-111.00  7,221
HEIFERS - LIVE - DELIVERED            HEIFERS - DRESSED - FOB
No reportable trade                   No reportable trade


NEBRASKA CONFIRMED CASH SALES:   24,191  WEEK TO DATE:    47,561
STEERS - LIVE - FOB                   STEERS - DRESSED - DELIVERED
110.43   80+    110.00-111.00 13,454  No reportable trade
110.50   65-80  110.50-110.50  1,488

110.44   TOTAL  110.00-111.00 14,942
STEERS - LIVE - DELIVERED             STEERS - DRESSED - FOB
No reportable trade                   172.69   80+    172.00-174.00    429

                                      172.69   TOTAL  172.00-174.00    429
HEIFERS - LIVE - FOB                  HEIFERS - DRESSED - DELIVERED
110.30   80+    110.00-111.00  6,140  174.00   65-80  174.00-174.00    226
110.63   65-80  110.50-111.00    580

110.33   TOTAL  110.00-111.00  6,720  174.00   TOTAL  174.00-174.00    226
HEIFERS - LIVE - DELIVERED            HEIFERS - DRESSED - FOB
No reportable trade                   No reportable trade


TEXAS    CONFIRMED CASH SALES:    8,161  WEEK TO DATE:     8,161
STEERS - LIVE - FOB                   STEERS - DRESSED - DELIVERED
111.00   80+    111.00-111.00    171  176.00   65-80  176.00-176.00    184
111.00   65-80  111.00-111.00  1,949
110.88   35-65  110.00-111.00  1,495

110.95   TOTAL  110.00-111.00  3,615  176.00   TOTAL  176.00-176.00    184
STEERS - LIVE - DELIVERED             STEERS - DRESSED - FOB
No reportable trade                   No reportable trade
HEIFERS - LIVE - FOB                  HEIFERS - DRESSED - DELIVERED
111.00   80+    111.00-111.00    665  176.00   65-80  176.00-176.00    299
111.00   65-80  111.00-111.00  1,754
111.00   35-65  111.00-111.00    338

111.00   TOTAL  111.00-111.00  2,757  176.00   TOTAL  176.00-176.00    299
HEIFERS - LIVE - DELIVERED            HEIFERS - DRESSED - FOB
No reportable trade                   No reportable trade


COLORADO CONFIRMED CASH SALES:    1,893  WEEK TO DATE:     1,893
STEERS - LIVE - FOB                   STEERS - DRESSED - DELIVERED
110.70   80+    110.50-111.00  1,097  No reportable trade
110.79   65-80  110.50-111.00    167

110.71   TOTAL  110.50-111.00  1,264
STEERS - LIVE - DELIVERED             STEERS - DRESSED - FOB
No reportable trade                   No reportable trade
HEIFERS - LIVE - FOB                  HEIFERS - DRESSED - DELIVERED
110.63   80+    110.50-111.00    271  No reportable trade
110.92   65-80  110.50-111.00    358

110.79   TOTAL  110.50-111.00    629
HEIFERS - LIVE - DELIVERED            HEIFERS - DRESSED - FOB
No reportable trade                   No reportable trade


IOWA     CONFIRMED CASH SALES:    9,436  WEEK TO DATE:    28,168
STEERS - LIVE - FOB                   STEERS - DRESSED - DELIVERED
109.45   80+    108.50-110.50  2,808  173.29   80+    172.00-175.00  1,316
                                      173.25   65-80  173.00-174.00    515

109.45   TOTAL  108.50-110.50  2,808  173.28   TOTAL  172.00-175.00  1,831
STEERS - LIVE - DELIVERED             STEERS - DRESSED - FOB
110.00   80+    109.00-111.00  1,517  No reportable trade
109.00   65-80  109.00-109.00     15

109.99   TOTAL  109.00-111.00  1,532
HEIFERS - LIVE - FOB                  HEIFERS - DRESSED - DELIVERED
109.97   80+    109.00-112.00  1,395  173.24   80+    173.00-174.00    574

109.97   TOTAL  109.00-112.00  1,395  173.24   TOTAL  173.00-174.00    574
HEIFERS - LIVE - DELIVERED            HEIFERS - DRESSED - FOB
109.00   80+    109.00-109.00     82  No reportable trade

109.00   TOTAL  109.00-109.00     82

Feedlots are encouraged to call DTN with any cattle sales, at 
1-800-369-7675, 1-402-399-6402, or 1-402-462-8897. All sales will be
listed anonymously and organized by state.  General trends and summaries
from this data will also be posted on the Daily Sales Reported to DTN page.

DTN

September 24, 2018 at 9:22am DTN Early Word Opening Livestock


DTN Early Word Opening Livestock       09/24 09:22
   Cattle Pressure Likely Monday

   Light-to-moderate price pressure is expected to slowly develop through live
cattle and feeder cattle trade with traders focusing on Fridays, Cattle on Feed
report.

By Rick Kment
DTN Analyst



Cattle: Steady      Futures: $1 Lower   Live Equiv: $135.61 +0.07*
Hogs:   $1 Higher   Futures: Mixed      Lean Equiv: $ 84.18 +0.23**

* based on formula estimating live cattle equivalent of gross packer revenue
** based on formula estimating lean hog equivalent of gross packer revenue

GENERAL COMMENTS:

   Sluggish market direction is expected through the early hours of trade
Monday as traders return to the market following the weekend break. The lack of
underlying support in last week's Cattle on Feed report is likely to limit
buyer support and put additional pressure on cattle trade. The generally steady
cash cattle trade last week that developed late in the week seemed to focus on
additional market uncertainty through the complex, wondering if prices will be
able to break out of the recent back and forth shifts last week following the
move higher in early September. Cash cattle markets will focus on showlist
distribution and inventory taking with active bids and offers not expected
until midweek or later.
DTN

September 24, 2018 at 12:02pm DTN Midday Livestock Comments


DTN Midday Livestock Comments          09/24 12:02

   Cattle Futures Weaken 

   Firm pressure in cattle trade is setting the tone as traders continue to 
trade the cattle on feed data through the day Monday. This is expected to leave 
cattle futures weak through the end of the session.

By Rick Kment
DTN Analyst

GENERAL COMMENTS: 

   Cattle futures are under firm pressure as follow-through losses are seen 
during the entire morning. This increased cattle placements and larger on feed 
number than what was expected is causing widespread weakness. Corn markets are 
higher in light trade. September corn futures are 2 cents higher. Stock markets 
are lower in light trade. The Dow Jones is 176 points lower while Nasdaq is 
down 12 points.

   LIVE CATTLE:

   Strong pressure has been seen Monday morning through the live cattle 
complex. Very little long-term direction is seen through the morning, although 
traders seem to be still adjusting to Friday's cattle on feed report. It is 
uncertain just how much of this market reaction will be confirmed as additional 
trade volume moves into the market over the next couple of days. It is expected 
that additional market volatility may develop over the coming days. Cash cattle 
markets are silent Monday morning with show list distribution and inventory 
taking the main order of business. This may continue through the middle of the 
week, allowing for increased movement Thursday and Friday. Boxed Beef cut-outs 
at midday are lower, $0.76 lower (select) and down $1.45 per cwt (choice) with 
light movement of 42 total loads reported (25 loads of choice cuts, 9 loads of 
select cuts, 0 loads of trimmings, 7 loads of ground beef).

   FEEDER CATTLE:

   Strong triple-digit pressure is moving into the feeder cattle futures market 
early Monday. The firm gains from year-ago levels seen on the cattle on feed 
report when it comes to feedlot placements have pulled any sense of market 
support away from the complex. The placements on the September 1st report, is 
the largest number of placements seen since these current numbers have been 
recorded. The focus on lower grain prices is creating a push to put more cattle 
in feed yards earlier than what is typically seen. This may influence not only 
current levels, but shift percentages through the end of the year.    

   LEAN HOGS:

   Lean hog futures are mixed in a narrow range with very limited activity seen 
through the entire complex. The limited movement in cash and futures trade is 
likely to leave prices hovering within a very narrow range through the rest of 
the session. Narrow losses in nearby contracts have been influenced by the 
pressure in the cattle complex. The focus on firming support in deferred trade 
is helping to spark some additional, but light buyer interest. Cash prices are 
unreported due to confidentiality on the National Direct morning cash hog 
report. Cash prices are unreported due to confidentiality on the Iowa/Minnesota 
Direct morning cash hog report. The National Pork Plant Report posted 122 loads 
selling on the morning report. Pork carcass values added $0.78 per cwt at 
$79.96 per cwt. Lean hog index for 9/20 is at $59.09 up 1.65 with a projected 
two-day index of 60.85, up 1.76.

   Rick Kment can be reached at rick.kment@dtn.com 


(SK)

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DTN

September 24, 2018 at 3:26pm DTN Closing Livestock Comment


DTN Closing Livestock Comment 09/24 15:26
   Cattle Markets Weaken on Strong Supply

   Cattle futures traders worked the information from Friday's Cattle on Feed
report through most of the session. This left prices with triple-digit losses,
although volume remained moderate.

By Rick Kment
DTN Analyst



   GENERAL COMMENTS:

   Cash cattle trade was undeveloped Monday, with activity limited to inventory
taking and showlist distribution that usually takes place early in the week.
Active bids and asking prices are not expected until midweek or later.
According to the closing report, the national hog base is $1.03 higher compared
with the prior day settlement ($53.00-$63.50) weighted average $60.53. Corn
futures are higher in light volume. September futures were 3 cents higher
Monday. Dow Jones Index is 149 points lower with Nasdaq up 4 points.
DTN

September 21, 2018 at 4:30pm DTN Chart Technical Points


DTN Chart Technical Points             09/21 16:30
DTN FUTURES  10       9/21/18                                   SLOW STOCHASTIC
PRICES ARE DECIMAL        MOVING AVERAGES            RSI'S        5 Day  20 Day
CONTRACT    CLOSE   4-Day  9-Day 18-Day 45-Day  9Day 14Day 30Day  %K %D  %K %D
CBTWT    DEC 521.75 519.69 513.22 520.61 544.75 49.87 47.49 47.75  91  74 33 20
CBTWT    MAR 540.75 538.13 532.28 540.39 564.38 49.41 47.00 47.57  90  71 28 17
KC WT    DEC 525.25 523.63 517.19 525.18 553.42 48.56 46.27 46.84  89  76 30 19
KC WT    MAR 548.75 546.75 539.14 547.01 574.39 49.68 47.03 47.35  88  77 31 19
MN WT    DEC 582.50 584.81 576.56 579.26 598.81 50.16 48.21 47.76  84  86 43 26
MN WT    MAR 597.50 599.00 591.33 594.50 613.61 50.26 48.10 47.70  86  86 41 24
CORN     DEC 357.25 349.69 352.03 357.58 368.32 50.69 46.72 44.67  66  33 18 10
CORN     MAR 369.25 361.88 364.17 369.79 380.03 50.52 46.61 44.78  66  33 18  9
CORN     MAY 377.25 370.13 372.47 377.72 387.11 50.62 46.84 45.09  65  33 19  9
OATS     DEC 253.00 249.25 246.39 247.83 253.05 58.71 53.47 51.35  75  69 36 21
OATS     MAR 257.75 253.88 250.86 252.42 257.57 59.58 53.94 51.58  79  72 34 18
BEANS    NOV 847.25 835.38 833.39 836.42 864.32 54.59 49.73 45.05  75  50 26 15
BEANS    JAN 861.25 849.25 847.17 849.90 876.64 55.01 50.14 45.46  76  50 27 15
BEANS    MAR 874.25 862.50 860.19 862.93 888.02 55.25 50.47 46.00  76  51 28 15
S MEAL   OCT 305.90 306.05 308.37 308.13 320.28 43.38 42.60 42.03  60  40 23 21
S MEAL   DEC 308.90 308.95 311.08 310.60 321.86 44.26 43.50 42.87  60  41 25 23
B OIL    OCT  28.09  27.52  27.56  27.93  28.27 57.47 51.61 46.13  67  41 26 14
B OIL    DEC  28.34  27.77  27.82  28.18  28.50 57.29 51.63 46.24  66  40 27 14
CATTLE   OCT 113.07 112.96 112.29 110.75 110.20 62.74 60.38 56.35  62  72 88 90
CATTLE   DEC 118.45 118.08 117.03 115.31 114.38 75.51 68.89 60.47  81  84 93 92
FEEDER   SEP 156.95 155.99 155.60 153.30 151.82 68.71 64.93 59.05  44  52 84 88
FEEDER   OCT 158.07 157.81 156.91 153.94 152.23 69.09 66.03 60.24  50  64 87 91
HOGS     OCT  60.30  60.18  57.71  55.12  53.42 69.75 64.72 56.53  89  92 90 78
HOGS     DEC  57.40  57.89  56.58  55.66  51.49 60.25 60.18 56.12  84  85 89 84
COTTON   OCT  79.28  79.28  80.88  81.74  84.30 32.58 35.29 40.67  20  12 10 15
COTTON   DEC  79.13  78.71  80.56  81.53  83.94 34.79 36.70 41.41  19  12 10 17
RICE     NOV   9.88   9.90  10.30  10.56  10.91 21.95 26.95 34.94  16  11 11 28
RICE     JAN  10.05  10.07  10.44  10.70  11.07 22.19 26.59 34.21  15   8  7 20

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July 26, 2018 at 12:00am US Direct Feeder Pigs

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