On Farm Cash Bids

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Today's Cash Bids
Name Delivery Start Delivery End Basis Month Futures Change Futures Price Basis Cash Price
Corn
Corn - On Farm P/U - call for bids - 888-424-9871
Corn - Delivered Aylmer/London - Call for bids - 888-424-9871
Soybeans
Soybeans - Delivered Hamilton
Soft Red Winter Wheat
Soft Red Wheat - On Farm Pick-up

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Quotes retrieved on February 24, 2020, 10:43:33 AM CST
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
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Brugler Commentary
Cotton Market Down 141 to 244 on Virus Spread -

Cotton starts off this morning with losses of 141 to 244 points. The stock market futures are down sharply as the COVID-19 virus spreads in Iran,

Cattle Market Looks Past COF Report -

Live cattle futures ended the Friday session with $0.37 to $0.90 losses in the front months. April cattle were $1.10 lower for the full week. Front

Wheat Markets 5 to 9 Lower on Global Virus Spread -

The wheat market starts the new week 5 to 9 cents lower in the face of a global sell off in commodities and equities. That is being triggered by the

Lean Hogs See Higher Cutout -

Lean hog futures finished Friday mixed. The April futures were 15 cents higher on Friday, with a weekly gain of $2.72. The deferred contracts closed

Corn Market Down 3 On Broad Commodity Selling -

Corn futures come out of the weekend 3 cents per bushel lower. Prices were 1 1/2 to 2 cents lower on Friday. Managed money spec funds were 14.74%

Soybean Market 10 to 12 Cents Lower -

Soybeans are down 10 to 12 cents per bushel this morning. start off Monday morning, after finishing Friday 3/4 to 2 1/4 cents lower. March beans

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