Wednesday, June 28, 2017 1:24PM CDT
View From the Cab farmer Brent Judish of Cedar Falls, Iowa, said cool weather has been kind of good, because his corn was growing so fast that they might have had a green snap problem. In Miami, Oklahoma, Zack Rendel said his earliest corn has pollinated and the ears are blistered. Latest-planted fields are tasseling now, too.
December corn was fractionally higher, November soybeans were 2 cents higher, and September Minneapolis (HRS) wheat was 7 cents higher.
Live and feeder contracts are likely to open substantially lower, pressured by residual selling, long liquidation and struggling wholesale prices. Lean hog issues should open on a mixed basis as specs and commercials position ahead of Thursday's June Hogs & Pigs report.