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@C - CORN - CBOT
  Last Chg High Low
Jul 447'4 6'4 448'2 436'4
Sep 453'4 7'2 454'6 442'0
Dec 461'4 8'2 462'4 449'0
Mar 467'0 8'2 468'0 454'6
May 469'0 8'6 469'6 456'6
Jul 469'6 8'6 470'2 458'4
 
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
  Last Chg High Low
Jul 914'6 11'4 915'0 896'4
Aug 921'2 11'6 921'4 903'0
Sep 927'6 11'6 928'0 910'0
Nov 940'6 12'0 940'6 922'6
Jan 952'4 11'4 952'6 935'4
Mar 958'6 11'2 958'6 942'0
May 962'4 11'2 962'4 945'4
Jul 966'4 10'0 967'2 951'0
 
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
  Last Chg High Low
Jul 527'2 5'0 528'6 515'4
Sep 533'0 6'2 534'2 519'6
Dec 543'0 7'0 544'0 529'4
Mar 554'2 7'6 555'0 541'0
 
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
  Last Chg High Low
Jun 108.050 - 0.450 109.100 108.000
Aug 103.625 - 0.925 105.825 103.550
 
@HE - LEAN HOGS - CME
  Last Chg High Low
Jul 80.175 -1.450 81.500 80.150
Aug 82.000 -1.000 83.850 81.900

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November 2019 Average Price Futures as of 6/7/2019 is 8.827


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DTN Weather Summary
Rain Thursday N. Plains to Southeast
Bryce Anderson (Bio) – DTN Meteorologist

Thursday features light to moderate rain in the Northern Plains, eastern Midwest and Southeast. Other primary crop areas will be dry. Wet-weather pressure continues in the eastern Midwest. Southern Plains wheat harvest will have favorable conditions. Very high temperatures in Texas indicate the building of a pattern change over the next 10 days to a drier and warmer trend in the central U.S. » More DTN Weather Commentary

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