November soybeans opened 1 3/4 cents lower on the day at 1445 1/4 and established an early range of 1441 1/4 to 1458 1/2. Another drop in crop conditions and a lack of significant moisture in the forecast for central Illinois helped support the market to push November soybeans to a contract high into the mid-session. Weakness in outside market forces plus a bounce in the US dollar helped to pressure the market early. Corn and wheat weakness added to the negative tone early but crop concerns helped support the market on the early dip. Traders are concerned with lower yield potential in the US and in China. China production was already expected to be down near 11% from last year due to lower planted area so yield issues could push production even lower. The market found some support from lower temperatures in the extended forecast models for later next week but it does not appear that temperatures will get much below the low 40's in the far northern growing areas. Taiwan bought 60,000 tonnes of soybeans from Brazil.