June 25 – Closing Agricultural Markets

On the Chicago Board of Trade:

Corn Futures:
July down 1 and a half at 4.41 and a quarter
September down 1 and a half at 4.35

Soybean Futures:
July up 1 and a half at 14.15
August up 4 at 13.61 and a half

Wheat Futures:
July up 4 and a half at 5.75 and a half
September up 3 and a quarter at 5.84

From Thompson’s at Kent Bridge:

Old Crop Corn = 5 under July = 4.36/bu
New Crop Corn = 20 under December = 4.20/bu

Old Crop Soybeans = 1.85 over August = 15.47/bu
New Crop Soybeans = 25 over November = 12.54/bu

Old Crop Soft White Winter Wheat = 25 over July = 6.01/bu
New Crop Soft White Winter Wheat = 25 over July = 6.01/bu

Old Crop Soft Red Winter Wheat = 30 under July = 5.46/bu
New Crop Soft Red Winter Wheat = 35 under July = 5.41/bu

Parrish and Heimbecker is looking for new crop crusher soybeans for export. They are paying $12.95 as of Wednesday’s close for October crush soybeans delivered to their Goderich terminal.

From Palmerston Grain:

June Soybeans = up 4 at 15.52/bu
2014 Crop Soybeans = up 4 at 12.59/bu

June Corn = down 2 at 4.36/bu
2014 Crop Corn = 4.25/bu

June Soft Red Winter Wheat = up 4 at 5.38/bu
2014 Soft Red Winter Wheat = up 4 at 5.40/bu

June Hard Red Winter Wheat = up 4 at 6.01/bu
2014 Hard Red Winter Wheat = up 4 at 6.02/bu

(B-F-O Report)

Ontario Pork Reports:

The U-S CME price = $122.38 U-S per hundredweight, dressed weight.
That’s up $1.40

100% formula price = $238.32 per hundred kilograms, dressed weight.
That’s up $2.94

Quebec’s average price on June 24th not available because of the provincial holiday there Tuesday.