Terminal M-F
Market Street Peru C & B 7-4
CGB Utica C & B 7-4
CGB Hennepin C & B 7-4
ADM Spring Valley C & B 7-4
ADM Hennepin C & B 7-4
ADM Ottawa North C & B 7-4
ADM Ottawa South C & B 7-4
Cargill Spring Valley C & B 7-4
Northern Crossing Corn 7-4
Marquis 4-8
CHS - Annawan 7-4
Location Harvest
Mendota North 7-4
Triumph 7-4
Utica 7-4
Tonica 7-4
Van Orin 7-4
* weather permitting
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Grain Comments

6/18/2024 Morning Update

  • Grain markets close at their normal time today, but they won’t reopen until Wednesday night at 7:00 pm due to federal holiday.
  • After yesterday’s selloff, corn sees some rebound overnight gaining back about half of yesterday’s losses. Talks of the thought of the North China drought to worsen giving some support to the markets. Turnaround Tuesday in consolidating trade. Corn found slight support overnight on lower than expected crop ratings, but the rating is still the highest since 2018. Dr. Cordonnier kept his US corn crop estimates unchanged with a yield of 179 BPA and production at 14.62 billion bushels. His Brazilian corn production was unchanged at 114 mmt and Argentina was unchanged at 47 mmt. Corn conditions fell 2% to 72% good/excellent vs 73% expected and 55% last year. The biggest declines were in IL down 9% and OH down 7%. Corn emergence is at 93% vs 92% average. AgRural put Brazil’s safrinha corn harvest at 21% complete vs 5% last year. It’s the earliest harvest in 10 years. CN4 support at 438 ¼, then 435. Resistance is at 451-452 ¾, then 460. CZ4 support at today’s low at 462 ¼, then 458 ¼. Resistance is at 472-473, then 475.
  • Soybeans were modestly higher overnight on lower than expected crop ratings but not before setting new lows for the move. The bean rating is still the highest since 2020. IL was down 8% and WI was down 6%. Products are on the plus side this morning. Dr. C left his US bean estimates unchanged with the yield at 52 BPA and production at 4.46 billion bushels. His Brazilian bean production stands unchanged at 147 mmt and Argentina unchanged at 50 mmt. Soybean conditions fell 2% to 70% g/e vs 71% expected and 54% last year. Soybean planting is 93% complete vs 91% average. Emergence is 82% vs 79% average. South Korea bought 60 tmt of optional origin meal. A bipartisan group of Senators is asking for higher biofuel levels for 2026 RFS. SN4 support at 1156 ¼, then 1145 ¾. Resistance is at 1197 – 1200. SX4 support at 1122 ¾, then 1100. Resistance is at 1153, then 1160.

Brandon Carlson