Corn futures closed 1-2 cents higher in most contracts on Turnaround Tuesday. DTN has the national cash corn price at $3.17, the lowest in 2017.
Soybean futures were marginally higher on Tuesday, as May 17 was up 1/2 cent. Soymeal futures were mostly steady and soy oil was up around 18
Wheat futures finished 2 to 3 3/4 cents higher on Tuesday. CHI was the strongest, up 2 1/2-3 3/4 cents, with MLPS and KC up 2-2 3/4 cents. Analysts
Live cattle settled mixed with April the only contract to end lower. Feeder cattle futures were also mixed as April 17 was down 15 cents, while the
Lean hog futures lost 55 cent to $1.075 on Tuesday. The CME Lean Hog Index for 3/24 was down 67 cents to $70.24. USDA’s average pork carcass
Cotton futures closed 3 to 7 cents lower in the front months. The dollar ended the day 566 points higher. TX topsoil moisture was 48% short to very