What follows are opening calls for U.S. grain and oilseed markets.
Hog futures fell the most in three weeks on signs that cuts to the U.S. hog herd have slowed as farmer profits returned. Cattle climbed.
Cattle futures rose for the second time in three days as higher livestock-feed costs raised speculation that herd expansion will slow. Hogs also gained.
Corn tumbled to a five-week low in Chicago and soybeans dropped 5.2 percent on concern that China will curb commodity speculation and limit inflation, reducing demand for imported crops.
"We have burdensome supplies in the U.S. and around the world."
- Don Roose on Sep 11, 2014