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March 27, 2015

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Delivery End Futures Price Basis Cash Price Delivery Start

Quotes retrieved on March 27, 2015, 10:54:52 PM CDT
Market News

Overnight we saw a small bounce in the futures as the 6-10 day forecast is still warm and dry for the western Plains.  Updated midday forecasts yesterday called for more rain next week in the HRW area, thus the market responded negatively.  Three consecutive lower closes may mean some profit taking going into the weekend on thoughts Thursday's plunge was overdone.  Its all about the weather.

DNS Protein Scale: 
 15 up 25 down per 1/4%  Base 14.0%

HRW Protein Scale
 0 up 4 down per 1/2%  Base 11.5%
Rates subject to change at any time.


Off Coast Rates:
Central Ferry:
49.5 cents / bu. WHT $18.25 / ton BLY
61.5 cents / bu. WHT $18.25 / ton BLY

March Fuel Surcharge: -.0356 cents/bu. Wht  -1.3209 cents/ton Bly

Prices this time last year:
SWH: $7.85 Bly: $165 DNS: $8.94
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Current Weather

Pomeroy, Washington (99347)

Current Conditions: Clear
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Wind: 5 mph From: Southeast



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Quotes retrieved on March 27, 2015, 10:54:52 PM CDT
Market Commentary
Cattle -

Both live cattle and feeder futures rallied on Friday, with live cattle settling 65-73 cents higher and feeders, approaching $2.  The CME

Lean Hogs -

Just ahead of the Hogs and Pigs report, lean hog futures closed with gains in April and May but a 22.5 cent loss in June. This week, slaughter came

Wheat -

Wheat futures reversed course with solid gains of 8-12 cents on Friday which erased a portion of the nasty mid-week break. Wheat suffered

Cotton -

Old-crop cotton futures bounced higher today with a slightly lower dollar promising this export-reliant crop a slightly more competitive pricing for

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures continued their gradual decline with losses of a quarter cent. This market needs a shot of news to go anywhere. The Hogs and Pigs

Soybeans -

Soybean futures closed down 6-7 cents today, as products continued to fall. On the week, however, the soybean loss is under 4 cents.  May

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