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Commentary
Hog Market Mixed to Mostly Higher -

Lean hog May contracts were 2 cents lower at the end of Friday’s session, whereas Feb and Apr futures made gains. The 80 cent gain in the Feb

Beans Bounce A Bit -

The 5 3/4 cent gain in the March futures was not enough to erase the 16 1/4 cent loss on the week, however front month soybean futures did finish 5

Triple Digit Takeback for Cotton -

Cotton futures rallied 49 to 103 points in the front month futures. March futures ended the week with a 1 point loss. In the weekly Commitment of

Cattle Close Mostly Higher -

Live cattle futures came back from midday lows and ended the week on a high note with Friday gains of 22 to 82 cents in the nearbys. Feb futures

Corn Recovers Thursday Losses Before Weekend -

Corn futures came all the way back from the Thursday sell off, and even gained some ground with futures closing 13 3/4 to 9 3/4 cents higher. March

Wheat Higher on Friday -

Wheat closes the week with Friday gains, and MPLS spring wheat led the way. MGE HRS futures were 8 1/2 to 9 3/4 cents higher at the close, which was

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