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Carnegie, Oklahoma (73015)

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Temperature 80°F
Dew Point 64°F
Pressure 30.09 in. Hg
Humidity 58%
Wind 4 mph


Hogs Held Firm on Wednesday
Lean hog futures closed the day with contracts up 37 cents to $1.47. The USDA’s National Average Base Hog price was $131.34 in the Wednesday afternoon report, up $2.15 from the previous day’s report. The August 15th CME Lean Hog Index was down 65 cents to $121.06. Front month pork...
Cattle were Higher on Wednesday
Live cattle futures were up 17 to 47 cents in the front months on Wednesday. Cash trade this week got kicked off with $141 action in the South and $147 in the north. The Wednesday Central Stockyards Fed Cattle Exchange auction showed no sales on 1,203 head, with bids ranging...
Thursday Bounce Back in Cotton
Cotton futures are trading firmer following the overnight session. They were lower on Wednesday, pulling back from early week gains and closing the Tuesday chart gap. Contracts were down 251 to 429 points. It was simple profit taking in our opinion, in an overbought market that needed to take a...
Soy Mixed to Start Thursday
Going into the Export Sales data bean prices are red, along with soy oil, though meal is firmer. Yesterday, soybeans closed with new crop contracts firm to 9 cents higher. Front month September led the way, up 21 cents. Meal futures were up $3.70 to $5.10 on the day, with...
Wheat Market Continues Lower
Wheat futures continue their downward slide through the AM portion of Thursday. Contracts retreated into the close on Wednesday. CBT SRW contracts were down 19 to 22 ¾ cents, with KC HRW 15 ¾ to 20 ¾ cents in the red. MPLS was also weaker, as contracts were down 15...
Weak Start for Corn Market
Corn futures are trading off their overnight lows this morning, but still 2 to 3 1/2 cents in the red. They saw some limited buying interest on Wednesday, with nearby contracts fractionally to 4 cents higher. Deferred contracts were down 2 to 3 ½ cents. EIA showed weekly US ethanol...

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