Grain futures were mostly lower in mid-morning trade, faltering at the open as outside markets provided pressure.
Disappointing export inspections for corn and lack of new soybean shipments to China hurt prices somewhat, although beans found support from firm crude oil futures.
Wheat inspections were better than expected, but year-to-date totals are below the U.S. Department of Agriculture's forecast, which should increase beginning stocks for the 2016 crop marketing year th
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