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Corn Bleeds into Weekend -

The corn market faded on Friday with 12 ¾ to 5 cent losses across the front months. May futures were still up by a net 11 cents for the week, and

Friday Gains in Cattle Futures -

Feeder cattle prices led the way higher on Friday, ending up by as much as 1.7%. Despite the strong finish to the week, March feeders were still

Triple Digit Rally for Friday Hog Futures -

Front month lean hog futures were up by $1.32 to $1.85 on the last trade day of the week. That left the April contract at a net 87c gain for the

Lock Limit Drop for Friday Cotton Market -

Old crop cotton futures will see expanded 5 cent limits on Monday after ending the Friday session down the limit. Board strength earlier in the week

Soy Futures Firm for Weekend -

The soybean futures market ended the last trade day of the week with double digit gains for old crop and 6 to 7 cent gains in new crop. The May

Wheat Flips Net Lower for the Week -

Friday’s double digit selloff flipped the week’s move to net lower across the U.S. wheat futures. Chicago prices were down by 17 to 18 ½ cents

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