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We remember and honor those who sacrificed their lives in service of our country on this Memorial Day. The market is closed for the holiday before grain futures will open again tonight at 7 pm central for the Tuesday session. Grains look to start with a slightly weaker tone in reflection of a drier forecast for most of the week. More severe weather broke out over the weekend, but there were breaks in the rains for many areas where planting needed to catch up. It will get too late for some as more final planting dates roll around this week. In the Headlines Corn futures finished firmer last week with the July contract up 12 1/4 cents. July beans gained 20 cents for the week. July Chicago wheat futures rallied 46 cents last week and KC July was higher by 59 1/2. June live cattle finished last week up $2.65 while May feeders were up $3.41. June lean hogs were lower by $2.22. The House Agriculture Committee advanced a new farm bill worth $1.5 trillion last week. Republican members were joined in support by Democrats from North Carolina, Georgia, and Illinois. There is doubt that the bill would survive a…

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