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@C - CORN - CBOT
  Last Chg High Low
Jul 442'6 0'4 446'2 440'2
Sep 448'4 1'0 451'6 446'0
Dec 454'6 1'2 458'0 452'6
Mar 460'2 1'0 463'4 458'4
May 462'6 1'2 465'4 461'2
Jul 465'0 1'6 467'6 463'2
 
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
  Last Chg High Low
Jul 906'2 3'4 911'2 899'4
Aug 911'6 3'2 917'0 905'4
Sep 918'2 3'4 923'0 912'0
Nov 930'6 3'2 935'6 924'4
Jan 942'6 2'4 948'0 938'0
Mar 949'4 2'4 954'4 944'2
May 954'0 2'0 959'2 949'2
Jul 960'2 2'4 964'6 956'2
 
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
  Last Chg High Low
Jul 524'0 -2'0 526'2 522'2
Sep 528'4 -2'2 530'6 526'6
Dec 540'0 -1'4 541'4 537'4
Mar 549'4 -2'2 551'2 548'2
 
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
  Last Chg High Low
Jun 107.075 - 1.625 108.300 106.425
Aug 102.700 - 1.725 104.150 102.050
 
@HE - LEAN HOGS - CME
  Last Chg High Low
Jul 76.250 -3.000 79.150 76.250
Aug 77.900 -3.000 80.475 77.900

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Final December 2019 Average Price Futures is $4.024
November 2019 Average Price Futures as of 6/21/2019 is 8.98


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Temp: 69oF Feels Like: 70oF
Humid: 98% Dew Pt: 68oF
Barom: 29.65 Wind Dir: S
Cond: N/A Wind Spd: 7 mph
Sunrise: 5:20 Sunset: 8:31
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DTN Weather Summary
Rains Saturday Ahead of Pattern Change
Bryce Anderson (Bio) – DTN Meteorologist

During Saturday, rain will cover portions of the Prairies through much of the Midwest and the central Plains. This will be the start of one more wet weekend ahead of a pattern change to warmer and drier conditions at the end of June into early July. » More DTN Weather Commentary

Posted at 1:05PM Fri Jun 21, 2019 CDT

 
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