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Market LineBoth wheat and corn ended the day lower.
Market LineCorn and wheat had slight to modest gains on buying interest.Cattle had the first positive day in about a week.
Market LineWheat markets were sharply higher on Thursday.
Market LineCanadian wheat production was reported with 1.5 million metric tons more than had been estimated previously.
Market LineReporting from the Tri-State Grain Growers Convention, it was a second day of higher prices in the wheat futures.
Market LineThe rally in the grain futures slowed down on Thursday.
Market LineAll grains were in the black on Thursday.
Market LineBoth wheat and cattle prices were positive on Thursday.
Market LineThursday brought the end to wheat markets rally.
Market LineWheat markets ended Thursday up slightly.
Market LineWheat closed mostly unchanged to 6 cents lower on Thursday.
Market LineBoth Chicago and Minneapolis wheat contracts were mostly lower, Kansas City wheat though had a positive day.
Market LineMore tension from the Ukraine-Russia conflict helped to boost wheat markets higher.
Market LineThursday brought higher prices across the board for wheat markets.
Market LineIt was a not a pretty day in the grains nor in either live or feeder cattle on Thursday.
Market LineThursday ended as a down day for the wheat and corn markets.
Market LineThursday was a down day for both grain and cattle markets.