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Forest City Office: 1-309-597-2331 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Quotes are delayed, as of April 21, 2024, 02:21:13 AM CDT or prior.
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Cattle Closes Mixed, CoF Data Seen as Bull Friendly -

Live cattle closed the Friday session with most contracts steady 30 cents higher ahead of the Cattle on Feed report. A few 2025 contracts were down

Soybeans Recover on Friday with Double Digit Front Month Gains -

Soybeans posted 7 ¾ to 16 ¾ cent gains across the board on Friday to ease the week’s losses. Soymeal was up $3.50 to $5.80 heading into the

Wheat Posts Gains on Friday, Led by Chicago -

The wheat market was on a rally train on Friday, as Chicago led the complex with 13 ½ to 17 ¼ cent gains. Kansas city tagged along on the bull

Hogs Rally into Weekend -

Lean hogs posted gains of as little as 60 cents in the deferred contracts to $2.27 in the nearbys. USDA’s National Average Base Hog negotiated

Corn Rally into Weekend with Export Business and EPA Announcement -

Corn futures closed out the week parring back the losses on Friday, as contracts were up 3 ½ to 6 ¾ cents across the board. May was up 6 ¾, with

Cotton Ends the Week on a Higher Note -

The cotton market was mostly higher on Friday, with the exception to a couple ’25 contracts. Most were up 3 to 59 points on the day, led by the

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