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Location Hours
ASHTON 7AM-4PM
BEECHER 8AM-4PM
BOURBONNAIS 7AM-4PM
BUDA 7AM-4PM
CRESTON PLEASE CALL
EXLINE CLOSED
FITCHMOOR 7AM-4PM
GRAND RIDGE PLEASE CALL FIRST
HARMON PLEASE CALL
LEHIGH 7:30AM-4PM
KENTLAND 7AM-5PM
LISBON CENTER CALL FOR HOURS
MAZON 7AM-4PM
ODELL 7AM-4PM
OHIO 7AM-4PM
POLO 7AM-4PM
RANSOM 7AM-4PM
ROUTE 30 7AM-4PM
SERENA 7AM-4PM
SHANNON 7AM-4PM
ST ANNE 7:30AM-4PM
SYCAMORE PLEASE CALL



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Morris, Illinois (60450)

Current Conditions Clear
Temperature 21°F
Dew Point 18°F
Pressure 30.26 in. Hg
Humidity 86%
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Quotes retrieved on December 02, 2020, 02:33:14 AM CST

Commentary
Beans Fade into Red at Close
Front month bean futures ended the first trade session of the new month with 6 1/4 to 6 3/4 cent losses. Soybean meal futures also faded midday gains and closed down by 30 to 50 cents/ton. BO futures were the weakest of the soy complex, closing 1.1% to 1.28% lower....
Wheat Closes with Tuesday Losses
Front month wheat futures closed the Tuesday session with additional losses. CBT wheat futures closed the session 7 to 7 3/4 cents in the red, with a 14 3/4 cent drop for in delivery December contracts. KC ended the session 7 3/4 to 8 cents in the red. MPLS spring...
Corn Closes a Nickel Lower
After a failed attempt at Turnaround Tuesday, front month corn futures ended the session with 3 to 5 1/4 cent losses. There were zero deliveries issued overnight against December, but some limited rains in Brazil and some first of month asset allocation selling pressured the market. USDA’s Grain Crushings report...
Cotton Ends Slightly Higher
The cotton midday gains faded but the market  held on to 2 to 4 point gains at the close. There have been 275 deliveries against December cotton futures through Dec 1. Open interest in the Dec contracts was down to just 175 as of Monday. USDA’s Cotton Systems report indicated...
Cattle End Higher on Tuesday
Live cattle futures were 30 to 45 cents higher at the close. Feeder cattle closed another 60 to 82 cents higher. The 11/30 CME Feeder Cattle Index was $140.30, up another $1.41. The FCE online cattle auction has 1,025 head listed for tomorrow’s sale. Cash trade for the week has...
Hogs Close Mixed Mostly Higher
Lean hog futures ended the session with 5 to 32 cent gains, save for a 60 cent loss in December and a 2 cent give back in April contracts. The CME Lean Hog Index for Nov 27 was down another 34 cents to $66.81. Pork Cutout futures were also mixed...

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