NON EU Approved Corn Varieties

Clare-Mar Farms will not be accepting Varieties not approved for trade in the EU

Please see the notice here for more details

Cash Bids
Name Basis Month Basis Futures Price Futures Change Cash Price Delivery Start Delivery End
Beans
Corn
Wheat

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Quotes are delayed, as of June 17, 2021, 08:40:09 PM CDT or prior.
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
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Clare-Mar Frontier

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Clare-Mar Frontier

 

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CBOT Futures
Quotes are delayed, as of June 17, 2021, 08:40:09 PM CDT or prior.
Commentary
Corn Closes at Limit Losses -

Domestic corn futures ended the Thursday session with limit losses of 40 cents through September of 2022. At the close, synthetic July futures were

Cattle Weaker By Triple Digits -

At the close, front month fat cattle futures were $2.72 to $3.82 lower. June fats were in the black earlier, converging with cash, though ended the

Beans Close Down by More than a Buck -

The soy complex utilized the expanded limits for beans and oil on Thursday. Soybeans closed $0.83 3/4 to $1.18 3/4 cents weaker. Soymeal futures

Wheat Closes Harshly Lower -

Wheat futures were down double digits on Thursday taking part in the broad commodity sell off. CBT futures were 21 3/4 to 23 3/4 cents lower at the

Hogs Fall the Expanded Limit -

At the close, lean hog futures were $1.77 to $4.50 weaker, with expanded limit losses for July and August contracts. Futures will maintain their

Cotton Weakens on Thursdays Selloff -

Cotton futures ended the session with 116 to 193 point losses. July was the firmest, recovering its premium to new crop prices. Thursday’s trade

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