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v. 1-29; Jan. 9, 1953-Dec. 31, 1981.
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GRAIN DIVISION


UNITED


Volume


STATES


No. 3


August 6,


Grain price
prospects, larg
As a result of
below a year ag
point of last
year ago while
than last year.


es generally
e stocks, re
the decline
o. Carryove
'ear but well
stocks of th


CONSUME kRKETNG SERVICE


DEPARTMENT


c fE fLT U RE


Hyaccsville, Maryland


1968


I.F.A.S.


- Univ.


declined- 3 the apri.
duced world demand and a
and the previous low leave
r stocks of wheat on July
below average. Soybean
e four feed grains at 78


20782


Florida


r-Juwy
general
i, price
1 were
stocks
million


nati


QUARTERLY
SUMMARY

AND

STATISTICS


od reflecting good crop
low domestic interest.
. July were sharply
percent above the low
a 43 percent more than a
is were 19 percent more


WHEAT


materialized for
dropped 12-17* p
protein as small


... prices dropped sharply during the April-July period as prospects


a record
er bushel
receipts


wheat


crop and


in the 4-month
of high protein


export demand rema
ined slow, Winter man,
period. The greatest loan vae in or8tmary


I boost


percent protein wheat at Kansas City averaged 13t
as against /4 a year ago. Spring wheat at Minneap
protein in the April-July period while 15 percent
stocks of wheat on July 1 totaled 537 million bush
earlier. The 1968 crop was estimated at 1,588 mil
estimates materialize, supplies for 1968-69 total
190o million for 1967-68. Exports of wheat and f


totaled 763 million bushels
Milling of wheat for flour a
quantity remaining for feed
year before. Exports of whe
Argentina and Australia for


this season co
t 571 million
totaled 70 mil


mpared
was sli
lion la


premiums
per bush
olis dec
declined


els -
lion
2,125
lourr,
rith 7


.ght
,st


a


sharply in June. Thirteen
el above ordinary this July
lined 15# for ordinary
9* per bushel. Carryover


- 112 m
bushels
million
include
43 mill
above t
son as


million more than a year
on July 1, If these
n bushels as against
ing major products,
ion the previous season.
he year before. The
against 110 million the


at, including flour, from the United States, Canada,
the 1967-68 crop year totaled around 1.4 billion bushel


- about 250 million less than for 19bb66-67.

RYE ... prices at Minneapolis last season
previous season due in part to limited export di
Prices in July were 9# below a year ago. Stock:
below last year but well above average. A crop
by July 1 conditions -- about the same as last
million bushels last season compares with 29.7
3 million were down sharply from last year while
CORN ... prices at thetprh inipal htly higherternals
CORN *6. prices at the principal terminals


average 4 per
emand and the
s of 18.2 mill
of 24 million
year's crop.
million in 196
e usage for al


advanced


April-June quarter but declined in the latter parn
per bushel below a year earlier. Stocks of corn i
2,149 million bushels compared with 1,743 million
farmers had put 439 million bushels under price su
the year before. The 1968 crop was forecast July
less than last year but 18 percent above average.
t 1 .2 a-.- A tS-l0n nl.anolc.


bushel below the
slow domestic interest.
ion bushels were lightly
bushel was indicated
Disappearance of 25.1
6-67. Exports of nearly
cool and tilling were


in the first


part


. Prices in July were
n all positions on July
a year earlier. By the


ppor
1 at
Dis
.- A


t loan as
4.5 bill
appearance
n~rnsnt ab


JUV


a


lnst 24
bushels
' corn,
a year


of the
round 174
1 totaled
end of June
2 million
, 6 percent
October
earlier


lI/alr


-, II


_ J-


I


r^M


W


w1


ItrAaC




-21
-2-


1965-66 record. Commercial disappe
both above last season. Feed usage
year earlier. Animal units for 196
178.9 million for 1966-67 Feeding
season as against 14.9 bushels last


arance for alcohol and wet process milling were
at 2.7 billion bushels was 50 million more han a
7-68 are estimated at 178.3 million compared with
of corn per animal unit totaled 15.4 bushels this
season.,


OATS ... prices held fairly steady last seas
the very light supplies. But with prospects of a
in July and average around S per bushel below a
million bushels on July 1 wa about the same as
bushels was indicated by 'condttions on July 1 --
from the 1967 crop. Disappe4ance of oats, mainly
bushels as against 850 million for 1966-67 and 95
5.5 million were a third those~pf the previous se


on reflecting a moderate
larger crop, prices drc
year ago. Carryover stc
a year earlier. A c2op
an increase of more thax
y for feed, totaled only
8 million the average.
ason and the average.


* demand for:
ipped sharply
icks of 270
of 889 .A.t...
100 million
* 785 million
Exports of


BARI
season.
and only
a year ag
1963. A
this woul
million,
season of
of under


EY ... prices at the farm last season averaged 5
Terminal prices decline sharply in June and July
limited export interest4 Prices in July averaged
o. Carryover stocks of barley of 136 million bus
crop of 406 million bushls was indicated by July
d be 10 percent more than last year. Supplies fo
an increase of 50 million over supplies for 1967-
363 million was the smallest since 1954-55 due t


30 million compare with 43 million in


Industrial usage,
season.


196


'7 and


bushel below th


with a
around


he
1.
r
68
o
6


mainly for malt d livestock feeding were


s we:
cond:
968-i
Dii
educi


good
15 pe
re the
itions
69 now
sappea
ed exr


crop
r bus
larg
i. If
totsa
Lrance
orts.


e previous
a pros peat e
el below
st since
realized
542
last
Exports .....


I million the average,
both below thf preionu


GRAIN SORGHUM ... prices at thTarm average 13t per cwt. below a year ago during
the April-June quarter, due in part, to smaller exports and light domestic demand.
Terminal prices in July averaged 20 elow July 1967. Stocks in all positions totaled
208 million cwt. (372 millii bushel) on July 1, 20 million cwt. more than a year
earlier. The grain sorghum acreage ao be harvested for all purposes was indicated at
17.4 million acres, down 7 percent from 1967. Disappearance during the first 9moat
totaled 357 million owtt. -- A drop Q 74 million from the same months of 1966-67, 4
to the smaller exports and reduced feeding. Exports for the 9 months totaled le
than 70 million cwt. as against 111 million the same months of 1966-67. Feed usage


of 282 million cwt.
previous season.


for the first


three quarters


compares with


314 million


for the


SOYBEAN ... prices fluctuated within narrow limi
with limited demand and light marketing. Prices in
a year earlier. Oil prices declined to near record 1
meal prices. Stocks of 285 million were a record hig
earlier. Of the total stocks, 154 million were outst
484 million in the September-June period were nearly
last season. Exports of 232 million in the O10-month
the previous season.


ts during the
July average
ows while lim
h -- 86 milli
ending under
20 million ab
period ran 4


April-J
12t per
ited out
on more
loan. C
ove the
million


une
bush
put
than
rush
same
more


quarter
el below
advanced
a year
wings of
period
than


FLAXSEED .. pric
declined in July with
Minneapolis was 9t per
24 percent less than a


es advanced slightly during the last
prospects for increased production.
bushel under July 1967. Carryover s
year earlier. The 1968 crop, foreca


quarter of the season bu
The July average at
stocks of 7 million were
st at 23 million, was 16


r


1





i, 3 -
?dinne.poiiu No. _______


FL,


GRAINS:


MONTH LVY


AVERAGE


CASHE


(AUll pdcem in cea pe mbme except paln a


I PRICES

in catl per Cet.)


COMMODITy


EAT


MARKET


gans. dC


GRADE


N. .1 lEd winr, oid. Pat.
No. 1I Hl .iter, 13. Prow.


July
1968
1/


June
1968


May
1q68


July
1 ?l


Loan
Fate


1968


1967


S74


Nv wo., Har 162 168 178 _0 16 168
SNo. 2 Yellow Haad lster 1
NO* 2 Red wintr 129 15 16
Tob No.2 Red VW, 123 127 136 -
o. sohie 129 127 -
S. Loui Nao. 2 Hord 1w i e1 1. 1_
No 2an iner2 16 4 1/8 145 146
........o. .... ... 15 1 1, 1 155
_N o. DnaS, 1s_ P, *_1 10 6 1649___ 1 1
No. 1DNs. lnPzoe. 1 173 175 9 16 1
20---0__- ZO 160
_1H. AmberDm 1-- 200 1 161 160-
PdN. I soft whi. 4US 160 160 161 1__14
No. S Hard Vmnr, ord. sno1t 163 162 183 1__ 1_


Dadmry


No. 2 Red Winter (gadicky)


.12.1


150


... Imiuneapolis No. 2 111 110 112 120 123 123
m.s c,, No. 2 whize 140 141 142 145 -
No.2 Yellow 121 123 125 133 -
ombs No. 2 yellow 116 19 122 1- -
_No:: 2 yellow 113 -
o Ne yo. 3 yellow 112 -
Twd No. 2 yellw 105 1 10 1 -
SLLouis No.2yellow 116 117 11 -
Misespolis No. 2 n 110 1 II 1 -
KXas. City No. 2 Wit. 72 79 -
Chcag No.2 earaIes Whiz. 68 76 ---- "- -
OATS Toledo No. 2 ae 61 77 80 74 -
Miuos 4i0 No. 2 xEa Heay Waste 65 70 74 70 -
Poadand No. 2 En Heny White 96 99 100 93 -
Eass CNo.3 103 103e110 104 104 106
e .No. w bent, ?mdiag Choice 11i 1_3 127 1_ 107 107
... No or 6eur 101 110 114 120 107 107
Pokand No. 2 ses 108 116 115 120 114
Sudmon No. 2 weser n th, 106 111 115 124 120
Los Aspic. No. 2 leatrns 4 lbs 121 11_ 118 126 1211
x-- No. 2 yellow 192 197 204 1 181
GRAIN Foe lath No. 2 yellow 226 2_0 ,0244 2059
Lo, Angeles No. 2 Yellow ; 2 261 224 228
Ch No. yelow 1 271 27 283 -
SOYBEANS Toledo yo. t yellow 262 271 277 -
Minneapolis No. I yellow 262 262 267 274 -


~rm







Wheat


Supply and


distribution, 1961-68


SUPPLY
Year : Stocks at beginning of period : Produc- :Imports: Total
and C0 :Mills, elevators: Total : grain : T
quarter nd Farms / :& warehouses 2/ : stocks : tnon onl supply
: --1,000 bushels--


1961-66 Av


July-Sept
Oct.-Dee.


Jan.


-Mar.


Apr.-June.
Season..
1966-67
July-Sept.
Oct. -Dec..


Jan.
Apr.


-Mar. .
-June .


Season..
1967-68
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar..


Apr.


-June


..:108,
..:469,
..:356,


130,771
. 540,128
. 408,539
.238.769


S.:145,479
.- 601.522


: 34


,438
,989
,189


,521
,661
.926


1,463,572
1,249,311
1,038,712


394,87
888,69
636,65
459.83


278,528
953,698
703.729


.:509
.:359


Season.


:1,129,442:
:1,968,799:
:1,639,707:
:1,282,997:
:1,129,442:


: 535,170:1,
.1,436,479:
.1,049,116.
* I


1,214,024:


1, 214,02


11,702.


700,139.
535,170.1,311,


:1,556,189:
S:1,209,031:
: 836,769:
: 425.004: 1


421 : 2,343,887
501 : 1,969,300
,274 : 1,640,981
896: 1,283,893
,092 : 2,346,558


. 1,847,834
. 1,436,511
: 1,049,240
* 700,313
1,848,164


37 : 1,949,390
69 : 1,556,258
243 1,209,274
461 : 837,230
810 : 1,950,163


19 -


July-Sept.


.: 228, 471


307.941


537,162: 1,587,646:


DISTRIBUTION


Year


quarter


Used
for
seed


: Milled
: for
: flour


: Exports
: grain
: only


: Feed and
: residual


Total


:Distribution
: in terms of


: Domestic


- flour
grain


Exported


1961-66 Av
July-Sept.
Oct. -Dec..
Jan.-Mar..


Apr.-June..
Season...
1966-67
July-Sept..
Oct.-Dec...
Jan.-Mar...


Apr.


-June..


Season,..
1967-68


July-Sept
Oct.-Dec.
Jan.-Mar.


--1,000 bushels--


.: 26,332


.: 21


: 14
: 62


,326
117
,265
,040


: 35,600
: 25,450
: 150
:17,230
: 78,430


..:26,950
..: 28,600
..: 150


Apr.-June.. 16,104
Season... 71,804


147,
147,
596.


: 148,015
: 146,603
: 139,167
: 134,965
: 568,750

: 141,865
: 145,564
: 145,992
: 137,990
: 571,411


: 152,778
: 163,964
: 159,347
: 187,559
: 663,648


: 210,942
: 184,196
: 134,980
: 135,678
: 665,796

: 189,219
: 182,193
: 18,319
: 143,595
: 700,326


49,324
-10,265
51,038
-19,661


: 16,798
: 31,146
: 74,804
: -12,564
: 110,184

: 35,167
: -9,130
: 41,044
a 2,379
s 69,460


,087


329
1.392


,984
,686
.350


411,355
387,395
349,101
275,309
1,423,160

393,201
347,227
372,505
300.068
1,413,001


125,027
130,567
126,389
121,984
503,967


: 127,371
: 124,010
: 123,973
: 116,182
: 491,536

: 130,878
: 131,404
: 127,008
S119.275
: 508,565


21,093


92,259


20,644
22,593
15,194
18,783
77,214

10,987
14,160
18,984
18.715
62,846


::EEEEEEEE~U.


" "







1tre;


8'zply aS distribution,
SUPPL


1961-68


and


Stocks at begnni~g of period


CCC


water


:Mills,


eletaos;


& warehwes 3/


Total


: stocks


IProdu
tiOn


lats
Tgran


Totaly


-H--- I..~.~~*^* ~- ~ --


.1961


!
~tan


-66 Av.


p4ec...a .16,389
.-Mar.......:10,315


. 6,863


S *4*14

aba. ~ *

1967-68


Jul -S ot* nts


Jan, 4rh ...*..
Ap.-Jime......
Season... o,..
ibJm$B.l@ Hf I 1;


6,711
13,609
11,026
9,524


. 3,955
S15,527
: 9,566
: 7,547


3,588


14,444
21,505
18,216
16,197


14,574
20,524
18,585
15,981


:* 8,683
:* 6,761


--1,000 ushels--


* 9,437
: 30,234
:21,543
: 16,582
. 9,437
19,011
S37,715
28,387
24,303
a* 19,011


,582


,582


,775


27,775


1,627


* 18,685
: 33,274
: 27,693


: 23


,168


18,685


24,075


42,341
30,475
21,846
16,938
43,241

47,085
38,111
28,510
25,112
48,433


42,847
33,412
27,78*3
23,400
43,307


Jul~-8~pt., asset


3,695:


427:


14,0~


18,170 :


24,03R


DISffIBWTICN
Year : Used : Used : Milled : Exports : Feed and I
and -f : for f grain residual : Total
q-arter seed alcohol flour : only.
: -1,000 bushels--
1961-66 Av.
Ju.y-S1p.....:. 2,810 : 667 1,187 2,572 4,871 12,107
Oet,-Dec....... 2,810 1,125 1,226 : 2,265 : 1,506 8,932
Jan. -ar.-. 309 1, 246 : 1 ,234 : 1 ,397 1,078 5,2 4
A_*.-June......: 180 : 974 : 1,167 : 2,589 : 1,632 6,542
Ssona........ 6,109 4,012 : 4,814 : 8,823 : 9,087 32,845
1%6474
Jul Sept...... 2,4 : 87 : 1,298 : : 3,493 93
0Ct.-Dee.......: 2,4?% : 1,19% : 1,332 : 733 : 3,98 : 9,724
Jan.ar..... 9 : : 1,327 : 1,070 : 93 4,
A ..-June...... : 161 : 1,4 : 1,182 : 1,361 :l 2,579 :6,42-7
senm..". 5,382 4,663 5,139) 4,392 10,152 29,728

Ju7Sp.,..... 2,34'7 : 941 : 1, /42 841 4, 002 9, 5"7)
0ln-+...f..l 2,47 1,196 : 1,474 771 9397 5,719


Jan. ....... 265 14 36 1 387 : 2,07 1247 4,615
a, i==* ei I + *, a ,

e nI da.. 1 1,191 1,32' : 945 : 1,616 5,20
6 .ar ,.10 4,744 5,727 2,837 7 a 21
lAntnmi *< 35 ifOn .jntqsJ^ A^ sfiS
akt *** .LJQ *,3A 2,57es 1,7 :71 9 a ,1
flCA^i~nean *a gf iifl *1 iq' Q<1fcl tc sr
--^. *:nraeaasa.:*.^ ** *: a^ J .LJ7 *b a~ AAJLA a_ _^"
*y *" o n. lip ^y ^. *a:xn4r ?
.......... ...._ ...J__ ^_ ^b^^ .. ,,_^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ p r...... .- ... a........ ............ ..... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ... ........... ... .. ... ............... ..............." .......... .......... ..._....^ ...... ...................... .


i/ Owned and stored in bins or another strf.tem owned


I or nanta'ille& 1s CG0.


iddiltfona


;r
iT


"~;;"' .""' '.. ~*"' """'""..'"~~'' _... :..... .:.~.....~-,1...=.... .. -- ~--------- -~~


" Farms


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Corn:


Supply and


distribution


1961-68


SUPPLY


Year
and


quarter


Stocks at


Farms


beginning of period


:Mills,


elevators:


:& warehouses


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


:Imports
: grain
: only


Total
supply


--1,000 bushels--


1961-66 Av.
Oct.-Dec...
Jan.-Mar....
Apr. -June...
July-Sept...
Season....
1966-67


: 592,551:
:3,001,756:
:2,083,980.
:1,408,140:


443,
468,
422,
342,


507,508
721,864
570,769


:1,543,543:
:4,192,504:
:3,076,796:


,133
,543


,125:
,543:


1,u03


:5,302,155
:4,192,777
:3,077,094
:2,133,368
: 5,302,969


Oct.-Dec..
Jan. -Mar..
Apr.-June.
July-Sept.
Season..
1967-68
Oct.-Dec..


-Mar


..: 529,705:
..:2,898,768:
..:2,043,897:
..:1,337,292:


...:3
.,:2
.*. i


be


Apr. -June.
July-Sept.
Season..


569,155:
,352,827:
,362,178:
,620,604:


134,369:
108,491:
98,279:
97,690:


97,571:
97,846:
97,870:
97,788:


176,169
670,128
572,811


156,504
765,906
709,172
430,639


: 840,243:
:3,677,387:
: 2,714,987:
:1,742,975:
: 840,243:

: 823,230:
4,216,579:
:3,169,220;
:2,149,031:


4,117,


107 :3,677,494
313 :2,715,300
177 :1,743,152
846 : 4,958,444


4,117,


,722,164


,545,595
,216,S56
,169474'


,230: 4,722,164:


DISTRIBUTION
Year : Used : Wet Used : Exports : Feed and [
and : for : r for : gran residual Total
quarter : seed : : alcohol : only :


1961-66 Av.
Oct.-Dee...
Jan.-Mar... .
Apr.-June...
July-Sept...
Season...
1966-67
Oct.-Dec....
Jan.-Mar....
Apr.-June...
July-Sept...
Season....
1967-68
Oct.-Dec....
Jan.-Mar....
Apr.-June...
July-Sept...
Season....


--1,000 bushels--


45,565
46,293
48,963
48,780
189,601


2,710
10,838


2,486
9.945


50,326
48, 888
53,016
53,105
05,335


54,400
54,000


7,767


6,888
8,872
9,496


: 9,162
: 8,656
:; 9,527


134,914
118,842
133,196
115,006
501,958


134,927
120,938
100,376
109,831
466,072

198,102
153,650
125,206


920,
940,


: 1,088,
781,
798,
* 749,
.3,417,


913
339


,964
,964
,180


1,109,650
1,115,982
943,969
825,070
3,994,671

1,280,460
962,507


599
613
630


: 1,069,580
: 828, 424
: 821,765


919,922
4,135,214

1,329,016
1,047,616
1,020,443


1/ Owned and


stored in bins or other storage


owned or controlled bt 000;


Additt


Ua


a).i3


047




i j


Oats:


Sup and diasibution,


1961-68


SW


Year
and


Stocks at


Farina


beginning of period


:Mi JisS


elevator s:


;& varihouas


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


:Iaprts


Total
apply


a
1961-66 Avt


Oct. -Dec..

Apr.-June.
Season..
1966-67
^ KK^^ .^.. ^ ^ :^
Jul~-Sapt,
Oat,-Dec..
Ap..aJ.,
. 3-: .i


easonM.,:


-4l,000 bushels--


. 237,825
: 808, 302
S664,857
: 426,613


: 240,746
: 677,685
: 35456,765
: 354,567


: 3,250
: 4,317
: 4,332
: 4,211


: 9,353:
: 9,636:
: 7,232:
: 6,864:


51,410
114,556
82,266
66,694


66,107
146,614
97,878
81,031


: 292,485
: 927,175
4" 751,455
: 497,518
: 292,485


: 316,206:
833,935:
. 661,875:
: 442,462:
: 316,206:


953,426
:


S953,426


: 3,102


801,327


801,327


: 1,102
a 88
S3,156


. 1,246,481
* 927,998
." 752,320
: 498,362
. 1,249,013

: 1,fl8,027
8. 834,614
.. 662,977
: 443,343
: 1,120,689


Julj-Sept.
Oct. -Dec.,

Apr,-June,
Seasm.,,


: 198,940
: 640,299
: 543,433
: 358,111


: 6,664
: 6,674
: 6,668
: 6,665


64,682
128,996
97,828
76,869


: 270,286
: 775,969
: 647,929
: 441,645
: 270,286


781,867


: 781,867


: 1,263
: 696


: 2,836


1,052,564
777,23Z
648,6g%
442,111
1,054,989


1968-69


July-Sept .


203.964


6,668


59,356


* 269.988


: 888,709


DISTRIBUTION
S iii* I IT
Y ^.fiitf .-"w-"*: **fr *- .* :.
Tear -* tcpors a reid and
"Eil0C s* an
and r Used for seed gain oly residual / Total
quarter : .
: --1,00 bushels--
f61-66 Av:
July-Sept.: 3,312 : 6,375 : 309,619 : 319,306
Oct.-Dec..: 3,312 : 4,383 : 168,848 : 176,543
Jan.-iar..: 13,247 : 960 : 240,595 : 254,802
Avr.-June.: 46,366 : 5,607 : 155,551 : 207,524
Season..: 66,237 : 17,325 : 874,613 : 958,175

July-Sept.: 2,648 : 8,587 : 272,857 : 284,092
Oct.-Dec..: 2,649 : 6,323 : 163,767 : 172,739
Jan.-Mar..: 10,594 : 463 : 209,458 : 220,515
Anr.-June.: 37,079 : 1,366 : 134,612 : 173,057
Season.. 52,970 : 16,739 : 780,694 : 850,403

July-Sept.: 2,877 : 4,409 : 269, 309 : 276,595
Oot.-Dec..: 2,877 : 871 : 125,555 : 129,303
Jan.-ue.. 11,508 : 53 : 195,419 : 206,980
Apr.-June.: 40,280 : 188 : 131,655 : 172,123


::i:








Barley


Supply and distribution, 1961-68.


SUPPLa


Year


and
quarter


Stocks at


beginning


:Mills,


Farms


of period


elevators:


:& warehouses /


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


:Imports
: grain
:only


Total
supply


1961-66 Av.
July-Sept....
Oct.-Dec.....
Jan.-Mar. ....
Apr.-June....
Season... .
1966-67
July-Sept....
Oct.-Dec.....
Jan.-Mar.....
Apr.-June....
Season .,.,
1967-68
July-Sept....
Oct. -Dee.....
Jan.-Mar.....
Apr.-June....
Season.....


--1,000 bushels--


: 55
:253


,290: 9,956
,320:10,649


:190,295
:110,905


: 46,132
248,463
: 179,138
: 114,921


: 56
:230


,974
,565


:182,889
:127,678


: 9,439
: 8,452


: 5,232 :
: 5,118 :
: 4,786 :
: 4,523 :


: 4,240
: 4,030
: 3,902
: 3,946


153,099
120,871


53,399
134,880
110,440
87,717


145,441
114,795
85,320


130,604 :
417,068 :
320,605 :
213,745 :
130,604 :


104,763 :
388,461 :
294,364 :
207,161 :
104,763 :

121,772 :
380,036 :
301,586 :
216,944 :


: 1,881
: 4,160


698,267


398,267


,186


.: 3.557


:830
:421


750 :321


,752
,228
nU^rr U~n


: 1,765 :215,510
: 8,556:537,427


: 498,408
:392,018


17 :294,381


: 1,996


,186 :


370,246


*09 nfl m


6,029 :503,978


I ,7ll ~3: 6


* 3,
*


404 : 383,440
I : 301,587


: 1,628


370,246 :


6,777


:218,572
: 498,795


1968


July-Sept..


" 70,


,944


61,495


136,067


406,030


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and


quarter


Usef
for seed


Industrial


Exports
grain only


Feed and


: residual
*


Total


: --1,000 bushels--
1961-66 Av. :


July-Sept....
Oct.-Dee.....
Jan.-Mar.....
Apr.-June....
Season.....
1966-67
July-Sept....
Oct.-Dee.....
Jan.-Mar.....
Apr.-June....
Season.....

July-Sept....
Qct.-Dec.....
Jan.-Mar.....
Apr.-June....
Season.....


1,531
2,681
4,596
10,340
19,148


21,090


12,541
19,418
13,984


,478


,009
,944


8,596
15,919

1,376
2,409
4,129
9,290
17,204


30,786
109,474

28,005
24,945
26,177
31,215
110,342


14,483
9,557
6,187


,859


12,879
6,527
8.466


1,640
29,512


74,202
57,434
66,493
33,170
231,299


65,182
61,924
51,477
35,371
213,954

71466
47,973
45,871


40,360
205,670


113,684
100,623
107,610
94,431
416,348


109,947
97,654
87,220
87,3,85
382,206
113,726
81,854
84,643
82,505
362,7 8


ii








rain sorghim: SupIy and distrbuti, 1I
SUPPLY


161-66


Year :Stocks at beginning of period : :t
and : : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : Produa- Tol
*nd F tiS er 1^^
qpte : a : // :& warehouses 2,: atocks : :in apl
: --Il,00 -d.O-
16-6Av,
dOt.-Dec.......- 20,301 : 2,627 339,040 361,968 : 306,699 : 668,667
Jn. -r. 98, 925 : 2,615 : 460,170 : 561,710 : 561,710
Apr.-June....,: 59,022 : 2,494 : 387,699 : 449,215 : 449,215
lJu!-Sept..i.... 32,2 : 2,598 : 339,797 : 374,680 : 374,680
Season .....: : : 361,968: 306,699. 668,667

Oct.-Dec.....,,: 28,344-: 2,644 188,085 219,073 : 400,395 : 619,468
Jan.-mhr.......: 131,134 : 2,594 : 326,054 : 459,782 : 459,782
Apr.-June.....,: 74,560 : 2,590 : 217,664 : 294,834: : 294,834
July-Sept......: 45,909 : 2,579 : 139,410 : 187,898 : : 187,898
Sea........ ." ." 219,073 : 400,395 : 619,468
1967-68
Oct,-Dec.. ....: 24,872 : 2,575 : 109,137 136,584 : 428,745 565,329
Jani-Mar.. ..... 122, 596 2 560 : 288,271 413 427 : : 413, 47
Ape.-JUee- ,,, ,^iic iC, JrF, 4 -3<"^ 2I41,^ -





A.-Jue......- 862,235 : 2,568 : 207,380 : 292,183 292.183

Ju.y-Sept......: 52,733 : 2,569 : 152,780 208,082 : : 208,082
Season ..,. 4B s

DISTRIBUTION
Year U s Industrial : : Feed and 0
Used""""
f Export-'k t*i^ .y ii~af /tl ijgi~f ~it"^ ^*.f ~^t






and for seed : and food Exports residual : Total
quarter : uses / : A .
--1 000 cwt --
1961-66 Av.
Oct.-Dec...,...: 1,456 17,463 6 88,038 : 106,957
Jan. -Mar ...... 112 : 1,456 20,769 90, 158 : 112,495
Apr.-June......: 1,010 : 1,456 19,731 52,337 74,534
July -Sept....... : 1,456 : 24,132 21,926 47,514
*3wo'i^< t' ^ M l1/" l1 *i oI^ 0r
Jlzy-iSept. ,. 341,500 A~t/^^ tW^y ^ W~y^








Season ....... 1,122 5,824 82,095 252,459 341,500
1966- 67 .
Oct.-Dec........: : 1,540 : 42,064 : 116,082 : 159,686
Jan.-Mar.......: 140 1,540 36,137 127,131 164,948
Apr.-June......: 1,264 : 1,540 33,217 70,915 : 106,936
Jly-Sept.*** ,







Juy-Sept... 14..0 : 1,540 27,658 22,116 51, 314
Season..... 1404 6160 139,076 : 336,244 : 482,884
1967-68
t.-De..,,.,:" 1,540 30,769 : 119,593 151,902
Jan.-M. ...... .132 1,540 26,655 : 92,917 121,244
Apr.-June....... 1,187 1,540 11,923 69,451 84,101
July-Sept : : 41
UL a.jeL......: : :. :
^l-lltjF-^. *^ iir l f i







Seaso.-M...... 2


Owned and


stored


in bins or other


storage


owned or controlled by CCC.


Additional


CCC-owned grain is included


in other positions


-M MM a q


1 I





- 10


Soybeans:


Supply and distribution,


1961-68


SUPPLY


Year


and
quarter


Stocks at


Farms


beginning


:Mills,
:& ware


of period


elevators
ouses 2/


Total
stocks


Prodiie-


ti on


T~3tfl


--1,000 bushels--


1961


-66 Av.


Sept.-Dec.
Jan.-Mar..
Apr. -June.
July Aug..
Season..
1966-67


Sept. -Dec..
Jan.-Mar...:
Apr.-June..:
July-Aug...:
Season...:
1967-68 :


Sept.-Dec,.
Jan.-Mar.
Apr.-June,
July-Aug.


49,680


.: 243,816
.: 147,467


4,412
344,394
217,410
84,610


306,323
211,919
106,892


31,227
377,041
240,500
114,170


359,


S718,687


196
389


: 145,251
: 49,680

: 35,639
: 721,435
: 457,910
: 198,780


: 718,687


928,


928, 481


..: 349,784
..: 235,473
..: 120,066


: 0
: 0


48,511
432,333
301,095
164,442


90,137


782,
536,
284,


,701


568
508


7608 b

359,30
145,251
768,ik6V
964, I
721,435
457,910
198,780
964,120

1,062,83
782,U7
536,568
284,508


Season...:


DISTRIBUTION


Year : U : : : Feed ar nd
Used Crushed"""
and for seed : : Exports residual Total
for seed at mills """
quarter : : : /
S--1,000 bushels--
1961-66 Av.:
Sept.-Dec..: : 156,603 : 82,103 : -20,536 : 218,170
Jan.-Mar...,: : 122,060 s 42,743 : 26,004 190,807
Apr.-June..: 37,419 : 117,398 : 47,018 : 12,303 : 214,138
July-Aug...: : 75,415 : 24,112 : -5,663 : 93,864
Season...: 37,419 : 471,476 : 195,976 : 12,108 6 716,979
1966-67 :
Sept.-Dec..: : 178,937 : 105,343 : -41,595 242,685
Jan.-Mar...: : 140,396 : 59,791 63,338 263,525
Apr.-June..: 47,057 : 144,787 : 63,482 : 3,804 : 259,130
July- Aug...: : 92,853 : 32,975 : -17,185 : 108,64.3
Season..." 47,057 : 556,973 261,591 : 8,362 873,983
1967-68 -
Sept.-Dec..: : 194,800 1 107,170 : -21,249 : .280,
Jan.-Mar...: : 148,060 : 64,761 : 32,728 : 245,54
Apr.-June..: 48,213 : 140,823 60,331 : 2,693 252
@ S ..
Jul -Aug... : 5
Season..
k -?i iii i iii i ii i {


I/ Owned and
CCC-owned rain


stored


in bins or other storage owned


0
10 4nn~iiAoA


or controlled


by CCC


Additional


4,, n+.hny' Tnwn +4 r'in.


alt2 f u~t~L --a t f~tet .t ~ .


h


s.





-1 1.


Flaxseed:


Supply and distribution,


1961-68


SUPPLY


Year : Stocks at beginning of period : :Imports:
.Produu- Total
and : CCC : All others : Total : tion : rain supply
quarter : : / : : stocks : :only :

-1,000 bushels--
1961-66 Av.
July-Sept....... : 1,647 : 1 : 6,619 : 8,267 : 29,050 : 0 : 37,317
Oct.-Dec........: 13,916 : 1 : 15,494 : 29,411 : : 0 : 29,411
Jan. Mar........: 10,247 : 0 : 14,907 : 25,154 : : 0 : 25,154
Apr.-June......: 7,383 : 1 : 11,928 : 19,312 : : 0 : 19,312
Season........: : : : 8,267 : 29,050 : 0 : 37,317
1966-67
July-Sept........: 3,448 : 0 : 11,870 : 15,318 : 23,390 0 : 38,708
Oct.-Dec........: 9,838 : 4 : 18,852 : 28,694 : : 0 : 28,694
Jan.-Mar........: 7,508: 0 : 14,300 : 21,808: : 0 : 21,808
Apr.-June ......: 5,523 : 0 : 13,369 : 18,892 : : 0 : 18,892
Season........: : : : 15,318: 23,390 : 0 : 38,708
1967-fi8
July-Sept.......: 1,399: 0 : 7,855 : 9,254 : 19,931 : 0 : 29,185
Oct.-Dec........: 8,740 : 0 : 14,549 : 23,289 : : 0 : 23,289
Jan.-ar........: 6,742 0 : 11,424 : 18,166: 0 : 18,166
Apr.-June........: 4,301 : 0 : 9,027 : 13,328 : : :
Season........: : : : 9,254 = 19,931 : 0 : 29,185
1968469
1% 8-b9
July-Sept.. 1,299 0 5,722 7,021 23,052
DISTRIBUTION...
Year : : : : :
*^ a
and : Used Crushed : Exported : Other disap- : Total
quarter : for seed for oil : : pearance ./
: --1,000 bushels--
1961-66 Av. :
July-Sept.......: : 4,733 : 1,583 : 1,590 : 7,906
Oct.-Dec........: 81 : 5,679 : 1,628 : -3,131 : 4,257
Jan.-Mar........: : 5,213 : 21 : 608 : 5,842
Apr.-June.......: 2,042 : 4,965 : 1,009 : 1,026 : 9,042
Season.......: 2,123 : 20,590 : 4,241 : 93 : 27,047
1966-67 :
July-Sept.......: : 4,807 : 3,367 : 1,840 : 10,014
Oct.-Dec.......: 17 : 5,539 : 1,298 : 32 : 6,886
Jan.-ar........: : 4,593 : 0 : -1,677 : 2,916
Apr.-June.......: 1,463 : 4,718 : 2,800 : 657 : 9,638
Season........: 1,480 : 19,657 : 7,465 : 852 : 29,454
1967-68 :
July-Sept........: : 3,692 : 1,800 404 : 5,896
Oct.-Dec........: 36 : 4,866 : 1,428 : -1,207 : 5,123
Jan.-Mar........: : 4,093 : 2 : 743 : 4,838
Apr.-June.......: 1,576 : 3,411 : 1,814 : -494 : 6,307
Season. .......: 1,612 : 16.062 : 5.044 -554 22.16S





- 12


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

I 262I 08 57ii 02 ii
1262 08157 021


Grains


*cccz


price


(All data in 1,000


support
bu. exce


operations
pt grain s


1967


orghum in


and 1966 crops


1,000


cwt)


1967


Total


Grain


under


loan


crop


1966


delivered


to CCC


Total


under


crop


Delivered
to CCC


loan


:Total
*
: July
S1968


owned by CCC


July
1967


Wheat
Rye .
Corn
Oats


Barl


Grain


Soybeans
Flaxseed


I/ Includes


S. .. .... .. .. : 270,055


S*** S *****1** *5****


3,439
1.053


S. . : 438,684
S. . .. .: 36,328
I ..*. .* ... .. ..: 46.614


. .. ... : 35,625
... ...... : 196.956


: 132,359
: 2,174
: 242,382
: 22,577
: 16.353


,134.
45
114


1 : 15,424
212 : 150.270


102,353
7,133
135,931
44,991
5,679
107,304


1.882


stocks


2/ Reported as


sold but not delivered


of June


following quantities


reseal
oats 23


programs:


,046,


157,452,331


Includes


of grain outstanding under


Wheat


167,403,3%9bu.;


purchases


r the


1967


rye 1,246,919


856 bu.; barley 30,139,390 bu.; grain
bu.; and flaxseed 1,13,158 bushels.


Does not include


-crop price
u.: corn 388


sorghum 23,270,894 cwt


128,606
8 ,.160
151,129
47,190
6,198
114,507


82 ""
16 5,893


e the
ort and I
!,854 bu.ea
. ; soybeans.:


3/ Total deliveries reported through June


purchases.


May not


include all grains delivered


1968.
from


Includes


1966


resea


deliveries from
1l program and


does not include following quantities of


grains


reported


outstanding under reseal


loans


as of


June


1968:


Wheat


25,071,089 bu.


: corn


122,482,571


oats


8,948,796


bu.;


barley


22,260,042 bushels.


4,521,770 bu.; :rain sorghum 2,
Does not contain data on direct


4/ The principal deliveries from the 1967
WWW ~~ ^~


corn


902,684 cvt.;
purchases made


support


program wi


and soybeans
by CCC.
11 be made


after


only


July 3
a small


the date when loans mature.


quantity


of take-over


from


Therefore,


the current


July


inventory includes


crop.


ASCS.


sorghum


.....


i""~:


196~.