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It's 1960. Tari "Hollywood" Anderson took a break during the family reunion croquet game to do her best Marilyn Monroe impersonation, while Bob Anderson does his best Harry Houdini impersonation...impossibly levitating 3 feet off the ground while in the crouch, do NOT try this at home...this move is for grain and fertilizer professionals only 


Respect your parents...they passed school without being able to "Google" everything!!!!

Common Sense is a flower that doesn't grow in everyone's garden.....

****Fact or Crap !!!... Lisa gives me a free piece of pie, like, every tenth time...Fact or Crap???.... 

If anyone has any information about any of the subjects that are under discussion on this or any other website or any newspaper or TV show or conversations between you and AGF employees or customers or anyone else that you might have talked to about anything, like moles or can email me at you...
(About half of the comments made on these headlines have about a 50-50 chance of being true and usually don't reflect the opinionated opinions of Atkinson Grain or most of its employees! 

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Wheat -

Wheat futures are currently down mostly 14 to 20 cents after double digit gains in all three markets last week. Traders are trying to make sense of

Cattle -

Live cattle futures closed mostly higher on Thursday.  Opening calls are 20 to 30 cents lower for this morning. USDA reported net weekly

Soybeans -

Soybean futures are trading 18 to 20 cents lower so far this morning. July Soybean futures were up 43 cents from June 26th.  USDA reported

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures are currently trading more than a dime lower in most contracts.  Dec futures hit the highest reading since December last week.

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures closed 30 cents to $1.70 higher on Thursday. Opening calls are 10 to 40 cents higher due to fresh technical buy signals on

Cotton -

Cotton futures are trading mostly 57 to 80 points lower this morning.  Nearby cotton futures finished 80 points lower for the week ending

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