Compared to last week, cash bids for corn, and sorghum were higher, soybeans were lower and wheat traded mixed.  Beneficial rains in parts of Argentina and Brazil put pressure on the soy complex again this week.  US corn and soybean supplies remain plentiful.  These heavy supplies coupled with a slower US export pace seen so far this year has put bearish pressure on corn and soybean prices.  Last week export sales and shipments of corn totaled 61.3 million and 27.6 million bushels. Soybean export sales and shipments totaled 64.0 million bushels, and 56.6 million bushels, and wheat export sales and shipments totaled 29.3 million bushels and 21.2 million bushels.  All export sales and shipments figures can be viewed as bearish for last week.  Wheat was mixed from 15 cents lower to 11 cents higher.  Corn was 3/4 to 15 3/4 cents higher.  Sorghum was 4 to 49 cents higher.  Soybeans were 14 to 22 cents lower.
Source:  USDA-MO Dept of Ag Market News Service, St Joseph, MO