Lincolnland Bid List (Call to Confirm Prices)
Name Delivery Start Delivery End Basis Short Month Cash Price

Quotes retrieved on September 22, 2020, 11:28:32 AM CDT
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
DDGS

 DDGS

 Wetcake 

$155

$55

 
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Energy Commentary

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Market Commentary
Cotton Higher on Turnaround Tuesday Attempt -

Overnight cotton trading has futures steady to 57 points higher to start the Tuesday session. Cotton futures ended the first trade day of the week

Corn Market Gives Back Overnight Gains -

Following the Monday drops, prices are another 1 to 2 cents lower to start the Tuesday session. Corn lost a nickel to 8 3/4 cents on Monday. After

Cattle Market Notes Higher Beef Values -

Live cattle futures traded lower on Monday in a broad sell off day. Futures ended the session $0.65 to $1.25 lower. Feeders Closed the day mixed

Soybeans Steady to 2 Cents Lower -

Soybeans were on both sides of UNCH overnight but are steady to 1 3/4 lower this morning. The soy futures complex started the week with 2-3%

Lean Hogs Look Ahead to USDA Reports -

Lean hog futures end the Monday session with losses ranging 7 cents to $1.97 across the front months. The Lean Hog Index from CME was another $1.74

Wheat Market Tries for Turnaround Tuesday Bounce -

Tuesday wheat trading follows yesterday’s profit taking with some Turnaround Tuesday buying. Futures are 3 to 4 cents higher in all three US

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Futures Quotes
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Corn Commentary
Corn Market Gives Back Overnight Gains -

Following the Monday drops, prices are another 1 to 2 cents lower to start the Tuesday session. Corn lost a nickel to 8 3/4 cents on Monday. After

Corn Ends with Losses -

Corn closes the session with losses of a nickel to 8 3/4 cents for the front months. Money was heading for the sidelines in a lot of markets, and

Corn Falls Back after Weekend -

Front month corn futures are giving back some of last week’s gains with midday prices 5 to 8 3/4 cents weaker. Trader are looking for a 1% drop in

Corn Mostly 2 Cents Lower to Begin Week -

After closing last week with gains, corn futures start the Monday session two cents per bushel lower from overnight trading. At Friday’s closing

Corn Goes into Weekend Higher -

At Friday’s closing bell corn futures were 2 3/4 to 4 cents higher. On the week, Dec corn rallied 2.71% on a dime advance. Chinese importers

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