Soybeans were higher for the second straight day to put nearby contracts above $10/bu. and the new-crop November contract within a dime of that price.
Corn was up a few cents.
Spring wheat contracts also were up a few cents following reports that dry weather in the Dakotas may have hurt that crop.
Bob Burgdorfer of Farm Futures repo
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