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|Montpelier Grain Terminal
11-715 Co Rd 13
Montpelier, OH 43543
- Cattle Trading Lower on Wednesday
- Front month cattle futures are down by 90c to $2.20 and continue the pullback for the week. There were no confirmed cash trades on Monday, with cash trade last week mostly $174-$175. Midday feeder cattle futures are trading 47 to 50 cents in the red, save for the 27c gain...
- Hogs Up for Wednesday
- Lean hog futures are trading mixed but mostly higher so far, with a 60c gain in Dec a 5c gain in Feb but a 15c loss in April. The National Average Base Hog price fell by $2.26 to $53.96 in the AM report. The 12/01 CME Lean Hog Index was...
- Midday Cotton Quotes Mixed
- The front month cotton market is trading mixed within 10 points of UNCH. The Census confirmed cotton exports were 390,390 bales for October. That was a 41% drop from the Sep shipment and was 30% lighter than Oct ’22. The season’s sum reached 2.08m bales through the first three months,...
- Domestic Wheats Trading Mixed through Midday
- Chicago futures are staying in the black for midday, but are off their session highs, given another export sale announcement. Futures are up 1 to 5 ½ cents but are 13 cents off their daily highs. Kansas City wheat futures are down by 3 ¼ to 3 ¾ cents across...
- Soy Fading to Red through Midweek Trading
- Front month soybean futures are trading 6 to 10 ¼ cents in the red with Jan sitting sub-$13. Midday Soymeal futures are down by $3 to $6.30 in the front months. Soybean Oil prices are down by another 91 to 98 points. USDA reported a 136k MT soybean sale to...
- Corn in Red at Midday
- The midday corn quotes are down by 3 ½ to 5 ½ cents after dropping at the AM open. That has the March contract working near the lows for the session. EIA’s weekly data showed that 1.076m barrels of ethanol were produced on average each day during the week that...