NEWS
Market Impact Weather
Elaine Shein Associate Managing Editor
Thu Dec 26, 2013 09:34 AM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- Dry, cold weather for the Midwest and hot, dry conditions for Brazil and Argentina are the primary weather items for the commodity trade's attention Monday.

COLD CONDITIONS FOR MIDWEST

The DTN ag weather forecast calls for mainly dry conditions in the Midwest and episodes of below- to much-below-normal temperatures will maintain high feed usage for livestock.

NO COLD THREAT FOR WINTER WHEAT

The well-established crop is now dormant and will remain so. There is no damaging cold indicated at this time, but this situation bears watching as strong, very cold, surface highs continue to form in Canada ...

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