CHICAGO, May 31- U.S. wheat futures sank 2.9 percent on Tuesday, on track for their biggest daily decline in four weeks as forecasts called for improving harvest conditions for the winter crop good weather for spring wheat development. "Drier weather begins to develop in the southern Plains starting this weekend to improve harvest conditions," Commodity Weather... » Read More
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