As we countdown to today’s reports, the grain and soy markets appear to be marking time. Of course, let us not forget either that today also marks the end of the week, the end of the month, and the end of the quarter. According, there just may not be a lot of interest, outside of hedging needs, to step into new positions. If we were to close right now, for the week, December corn would be essentially unchanged, November beans down 29-cents and the first weekly loss in six weeks and December wheat would be up just a bit over 1-cent. Here is a final look at the pre-report estimates, these via the DJ Wall Street Journal Survey; September 1 st corn stocks billion, beans stocks of 339 million and wheat stocks at billion. The total wheat production estimate came in at billion. The hogs and pigs number released yesterday were largely neutral with the exception that the pigs per litter in the June/August time frame shows a record per litter or 103% versus the expected %.