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Hogs Slip Lower into the Close -

Lean hogs were back to lower trade on Wednesday, with contracts down 2 to 35 cents on the day. USDA’s National Average Base Hog negotiated price

Cotton Closes Lower with Outside Pressure -

Cotton futures were down 10 to 133 points across the board on Wednesday. Outside factors were a negative influence, with crude oil down 54

Corn Closes Near the Day’s Lows -

Corn futures posted losses of 1 ½ to 7 ¼ cents out to the 24/25 MY contracts, with the rest showing fractional gains. Pressure from the dollar and

Soybeans Extend Losses into Wednesday’s Close -

Soybeans closed the Wednesday session with nearby contracts 10 to 15 ½ cents lower and other deferreds 5 to 9 cents in the red. Soymeal weighed on

Wheat Closes on the Lower Side of Unchanged -

The wheat complex slipped lower into the Wednesday close as a stronger dollar weighed on things. Chicago contracts were down 2 to 7 1/2 in the front

Cattle Collapse on Wednesday -

Live cattle closed out the Wednesday session with contracts $1.20 to $2.07 lower. Cash action has been quiet this week with some light $190 reported

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