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Market Snapshot
Quotes are delayed, as of December 01, 2021, 06:44:35 PM CST or prior.

Local Weather
Elkhorn, Nebraska (68022)

Current Conditions Scattered Clouds
Temperature 61°F
Dew Point 31°F
Pressure 29.82 in. Hg
Humidity 32%
Wind 10 mph
From Southwest

Ag Market Commentary
Soy Recovers on Wednesday
Soybean futures were back up after the drop on Tuesday. Beans closed 5 to 11 cents stronger, led by January. Jan beans are still a net 32 1/2 cents in the red for the week. Soymeal futures pulled back from their midday gains, but were still up $5.60 to $7.70...
Cotton Down Triple Digits Again
After limit losses on Tuesday, Wednesday’s session closed with the board 149 to 226 points in the red. Old crop remains above $1/lb. New crop futures closed 1 to 75 points weaker with Dec now at 86.40 cents/lb. A current break in Zhengzhou Cotton Prices in China led the PRC...
Lean Hogs Close Wednesday Mixed
Hog futures closed mixed on Wednesday with 15 to 25 cent gains in the Dec and Feb contracts, The back month futures closed 7 to 37 cents weaker on the day. USDA’s National Average Base hog price for Wednesday afternoon was another $1.35 higher to $57.95. CME’s Lean Hog Index...
Wheat Closes Mixed on Wednesday
The wheat markets pulled back after attempting a midweek bounce back. CBT SRW futures closed mixed in the front months, ending the day within 4 3/4 cents of UNCH. KC HRW prices ended the session 2 1/2 to 4 3/4 cents in the red. MPLS futures closed 6 1/4 to...
Corn Closes off Highs, Still in Black
Corn futures faded by the close, but were still in the black. December futures ended the day 4 cents off their high with a 5 cent gain, while March closed 4 3/4 cents off the high and a 4 cent recovery. New crop prices closed 2 cents in the black...
Cattle Market Closes Wednesday Higher
At the closing bell for the midweek session, live cattle futures were off their intraday highs, but still $.12 to $1.12 in the black. December was the weakest. Central Stockyards is hosting a bonus Thursday auction as the FCE online auction resulted in no sales for the 1,868 head listed....

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