Tuesday, February 9, 2016 11:49AM CST
Complaints have festered since last fall when the Farm Service Agency released the final 2014 payment rates. Payments weren't as high as projected in some counties around the country, especially in areas with high yields for particular crops. Now attorneys are holding meetings with farmers to see about possible legal action.
March corn was 1 cent lower, March soybeans were 1 cent higher, and March Chicago wheat was 1 cent higher.
Live and feeder cattle futures seem set to open lower, pressured by follow-through selling and the uncertainty of outside markets. Hog paper is likely to trade on a mixed basis in the early rounds thanks to residual selling and stronger cash.