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Market LineWheat prices surged at the end of the week, while cattle followed trend finishing the week strong. Let’s go to Greg Sanders with the USDA to hear more on the CME Weekly cattle update.
Market LineSoybeans have put together a great rally over the past 30 days, Scott Shellady with the CME Group shares more.
Market LineGrains higher across the board, Soybeans and Corn leading the way while Wheat follows suit.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportU.S. Representative Dan Newhouse is part of a group calling for wheat growers to be included in the next round of coronavirus relief funds.
Market LineCorn continues to hold ground on the 200 day moving average, as wheat struggles to close higher
Market LineCorn continues to hold ground on the 200 day moving average, as wheat struggles to close higher.
Market LineStronger Cattle prices yesterday as commercial buying and a weaker dollar continues to build a better market.
Line on AgricultureUSDA meteorologist Brad Rippey gives us an update on spring and winter wheat.
Market LineCattle firming up as prices finish higher last week, which could result in more long-term stability.
Market LineCorn looking promising, as traders eagerly await USDA’s Sale Report coming out later today.
Market LineCorn remains at a key pivoting point, ahead of the 200 day moving average as we make our way through the week.
Market LineOverall, grains holding strong considering all the challenges the markets are dealing with right now.
Market LineMarkets were closed yesterday due to the Labor Day Weekend Holiday. Let’s go to Virginia McGathey with the CME Group to hear the recap.
Market LineCattle struggling to find their pace, as the grain market continues to hold its own.
Idaho Ag TodayAt the Big D Ranch outside of Meridian, we had a chance to talk with wheat grower and broker Richard Durrant.
Market LineGrains struggle to break free as Soybeans continue to swing see a volatile market.
Market LineWheat losing some gains yesterday but overall, the uptrend still looks promising.
Market LineAfter yesterday’s market came to a close, soybeans hit a rough patch while Wheat found its pace ahead of the pack.