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Commentary

7/22/24:  Ag futures up to start the week.  Wheat is being led by spring wheat up 10-12 cents, while Chicago and KC lag up 2-5.  Corn futures up 5-7 cents while beans are up 20-30.  Next few weeks show hot and dry forecasts for much of the country, appears to be the main driver this morning.  Crop conditions/progress reports out this afternoon should show winter wheat harvest still well ahead of pace as well as spring crops with plenty of potential.  Stand by our opinion that this heat will not affect the US spring wheat/corn drastically due to how far into the growing season we are and how ahead of pace conditions are.  Soybeans could lose ground easily with an above average hot and dry August as that is when the crop is made.  There is growing concern in the marketplace about the dryness in the Canadian Prairies and how that may affect spring wheat/feed moving forward.  Dryness concerns could spark some fund short covering that could continue this 30-cent rally we have seen.  Rallies will likely remain quick and shallow as they are met with heavy selling from the producer who remains well behind on selling this year. 


TCG Harvest Note: Costs to the US ag producer continue to do nothing but rise, while commodity prices remain stagnant at best.  We understand the challenges producers are up against and in an effort to help we are lowering our storage charges from 3 cents per month to 2 cents per month.  In addition, we will offer the option to pass title at the pit reducing the charge from 2 cents per month to 1 cent per month.  We appreciate and value every one of our customers and hope that this allows you to maximize earning potential for your farm. 


 Please open link below for information about TCG's decision to change grain grading labs from WSDA grain lab in Pasco to National Quality Inspection (NQI). 

NQI Customer Letter


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Commentary
Soybean Rally Led by New Crop as Drier Forecast Emerges -

Soybeans closed out their strong overnight start on Monday with gains of 20 ½ cents in August to 32 ¾ in the November contract. Soymeal futures

Wheat Posts Gains as Spring Wheat Leads the Way -

Wheat futures faced some early and midday pressure but followed the Minneapolis complex to post gains on Monday. MPLS spring wheat was up 6 to 13

Cattle End with Strength on Monday -

Live cattle futures came out of the Cattle on Feed report from Friday with gains of 82 cents to $1.325. Last week’s cash trade was 187-188.50

Corn Rallies on Monday, USDA Shows Drop to Conditions -

Corn futures started off the week in rally mode, as contracts closed with 9 to 11 cent gains across the front months on Monday. A drier forecast

Cotton Slips Marginally Lower On Monday -

Cotton futures were down 5 to 10 points across the nearby contracts on Monday. Crude oil was down 40 cents per barrel to add some pressure via the

Hogs See Front Month Strength Led Higher with Support from the Pork Cutout -

Lean hogs closed out the Monday session with contracts up 80 cents to $1.42. The USDA National Base Hog price was reported at $84.04 on Monday

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