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Wheat:  Winter Wheat markets and Minneapolis Spring Wheat were all higher again as the weather in the northern Great Plains and Canadian Prairies remains bad […]

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Wheat:  Winter Wheat markets were lower on Friday, but still closed higher for the week, as the Winter Wheat harvest continues.  Yield reports have generally […]

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Wheat:  Winter Wheat markets were lower on Friday, but still closed higher for the week, as the Winter Wheat harvest continues.  Yield reports have generally […]

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Wheat:  Wheat markets were mixed Friday as dry weather is st4ill forecast for Spring Wheat areas.  Minneapolis closed higher again, but Winter Wheat markets were […]

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Wheat:  All three Wheat markets were higher on Friday in recovery trading, but Winter Wheat lower for the week.  Minneapolis Spring Wheat was higher.  Chart […]

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Wheat:  Wheat markets were mixed, with winter wheat markets narrowly mixed and Minneapolis Spring futures down sharply as rain showed up in Canada and the […]

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Wheat:  Winter Wheat markets were higher in all three markets as the weather forecasts turned drier in the northern Great Plains.  Spring Wheat areas of […]

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Wheat:  Wheat markets were mostly lower on ideas of better weather for growing areas, but Minneapolis closed a little higher.  All three markets were lower […]

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Wheat:  Wheat markets were lower and the charts show that a major correction is underway.  The reports showed less demand to go with less production.  […]

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Wheat:  Wheat markets were higher on Friday and higher for the week.  The move came despite forecasts for some precipitation over the weekend.  Any showers […]

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Weekly Ag Markets Update – 04/26/2021

On April 26, 2021 - 10:38 AM By

Wheat:  Wheat markets were sharply higher on Friday and for the week as Wheat remains a weather market.  The weather remains too dry in the […]

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Wheat:  Wheat markets were higher last week as Wheat remains a weather market.  The weather remains too dry in the northern Great Plains and in […]

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