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v. 1-29; Jan. 9, 1953-Dec. 31, 1981.
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Numbering irregular: v. 26, no. 39 called v. 26, no. 38.
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Issued by: Agricultural Marketing Service, Grain Division, 1953- ; Agricultural Marketing Service, Livestock, Poultry, Grain, and Seed Division, 1978-1981.
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"Weekly summary and statistics."
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Includes annual index

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GRAIN DIVISION


UNITED


Volume


STATES


No2


DEPA


April


DEC 9 1975
CONSUMER AND MARKETING SERVI
RTMEN.T..OF. G AGRVCU LTU


I


1968


Lb. ni. OT nor
Hyarrsville, Marylana


IH .... ..__ ,I _


2082


QUARTERLY
SUMMARY
AND
STATISTICS


Grain prices followed


feed grains and


exports.


well


a mixed


soybeans showing


Reflecting in


below a year ago.,


trend


some


part the large
Stocks of wheat


gain


during


while


supplies,
inall


the January-March


wheat
prices


declined
in April


positionss were


quarter


despi
were


with


genera


19 percent


more


than a year earlier while


soybean stocks were at a


record high.


Stocks


of the


four feed grains


totaled


116 million


tons


--12


percent more


than last


year,


5 percent


below average.


WHEAT


... prices at


principal


terminals


declined


about


bushel


during the January-March quarter and for the


23$ below a year earlier.


Winter wheat


first


declined


three


weeks


of April


the first quarter of


averaged
the


season while


spring wheat dropped


protein spring wheat averaged


Durum wheat held
above a year ago.


steady
Based


during the
on April


1-2$


bushel.


this April as agai
first quarter and


1


conditions


Premiums
nst only
in April


percent


4 a yea
sold 3d


1968 winter wheat


r earlier.


bushel


crop was


estimated at 1.2
of wheat in all


billion
positions


bushels, sl
on April 1


136 million from a year earlier.


arch,
season.


totaled


million


Canadian stocks


60 million more than a yea
totaled around 210 million


bushels
f wheat


r earlier.


bushels


ightly above
totaled 836


Exports


- 13
on Marc


Exp


last year


million


of wheat and


million more t
h 31 amounted
orts from Cans


s record


bushels
flour,


han


crop.


Stocks


-- an increase


July


same mo


to 909 million


through
nths last
bushels,


July through March,


as against 405 million a year earlier.


Although


wheat


exports


from Argentina have picked


up recently


the total


thus


far is


sharply


below a year ago.


Exports


from Australia


at 195


million were


million more
was estimated


than


billion harvested


the year


before


. World


wheat


Foreign Agricultural Service
in 1966.


crop
1967.


of 10.2


This


billion


bushels


compares with 10.


quarter a


... prices at Minneapolis dec


nd


lined


in April averaged 4# below April


per bushel


1967.


in the January-March


stocks


of. 22.9


million


bushels were 6 percent


less than last


year


percent above average.


Exports


of rye,
earlier.


July through Marc
Consumption of


last year while


totaled


1.9 million as against


rye for alcohol at


million


was


the quantity milled for flour at 4.4 million


.0 million a year


about
was


same


slightly


as
higher.


The quantity remaining for feed at


million


was


below


last


year and


average.


Stocks of


rye in Canada


on March


totaled


10.6 million


compared


with


14.7 million a year earlier.


CORN


... prices at


terminals


generally advanced


around


bushel


the January-March quarter.


Despite the advance,


prices


the first


three


weeks


i








milli
milli
year.
Corn
over
as th
half


on more than las
on bushels. Thi
About 107 mill
remaining for fe
last season. An
e year before.
of this season a


t year. Exp
s was below
ion bushels
ed totaled 1
imal units f
Feeding of c
s against 10


ort
the
wer
,85
or
orn
.1


s the
recc
e use
8 mil
1967-
per
last


I first half o
ird for 1965-6
d for wet mil
lion bushels,
68 are estima
animal unit t


season and


f the
6 but
ling -
an i
ted a
otale


10.5


n
t
d


season totaled 333
77 million above last
-the largest of record.
crease of 50 million
S180 million, the same
10.3 bushels the first


the 5-year average.


QATS


... prices


advanced


slightly


during


the first


quarter


of the calendar year


and
at P
Stoc
last
tota
the
Cana


in Apri
ortland
ks in a
year b
led 613
first q
dian st


1 were
. Thi
ii pos
ut 11
milli
quarter
ocks o


-4 p
in pa
ions
recent
. bush
total
cats


er bushel
rt reflec
on April
below av
els -- 64
ed 5.3 mi
on March


ov
s:
ot
ge
11
on


e las
malle
aled
. Di
ion 1
bush


totaled


t year at
r receipt
441 milli
sappearan
ess than
els, or a


Midw
s and
on bu
ce of
last
bout


160 million


est
bel
shel
oat
year
a th
ushe


terminals
ow average
s, only s
s, mainly
. Export
ird of la


ls


and 14$
suppli
S<
.ightly
for fee
, main
t seasa


above
s.
'elow


as against


million


last year.


BARLEY


average
where
total
ance o
last y
million
the fi


barley,


ed 1
price
d 21
f 28
ear
n as
rst


... prices


2 b
es w
7 mi
0 mi
due
aga
nine


elow
ere 1
llion
llion
in pa
inst
mont,


March


a y
7/
bu
bu
rt
30
hs


tota


ec lined


ear ago.
below la
shels, a
shels of
to small
million
compared
led 223


4-5/


bushel,


The shares
st year. Bar
n increase of
barley, July


r export
year ea
with 179


million


ii


bushels


January


t drop fr
ley stock
10 milli
through
Exports,
r. Aroun
lion last


-- 32


through March,


year
all
er a
., wa
'irst
'mil
on.


million


nd in April


ago was in California
positions on April 1
year ago. Disappear-
s 15 million less than
nine months totaled 28
lion bushels were fed
Stocks of Canadian
ess than a year ago.


GRAIN SORGHUM


the first
terminals
(522 mill
and the s:
owned by
year ago.
a year ea


less


three months


averaged
ion bushel
mallest fo
CCC or out
Exports
rlier. Th


than for


s


ab
s)
r
st
of
e
am


... prices


of 1968


out 10i p
in all p
April 1 s
ending un
57 milli
quantity
e months


advanced


espit
wt. b
ions
1958
price
wt. t
inning


. D
er c
osit
ince
der
on c
rema


$ per cwt
the gain
low April
n April 1
Of the
support 1
,e first s
for feed


at Kansas


, pric
1967.
were
total
loans,
ix mon
at 213


es


City


in April


Stocks
1 percent
stocks, 1
a drop of
ths compa
million


and Los Angeles
at principal
292 million cwt.
ess than last year
million cwt. was
0 million from a
with 78 million


cwt.


was


30 million


of 1966-67.


SOYBEAN


... price


advanced


slightly


during


the first


quarter


of 1968


reflecting


in pa
bushe
above
under
bushe
last


rt good crushe
1 below April
a year earlier
price support
is, September
year. Exports


r and
1967.
r. Of
as ag
through


export demand. However,
Stocks of 537 million bu
the total stocks 190 mil
ainst 118 million a year
h March, compare with 319


of 171 million


the first


price
shels
lion
ago.
mill


seven month


s in April
on April 1
bushels wer
Crushings
ion crushed
hs were 6 m


avera.
Were
e out
of 34
the


ed 15$ per
17 percent
standing
million
ame period


million more


than


the previous


season.


FLAXSEED


prices
a "v -*--rt


-%


advanced


Super


bushel during


,,: ,S


a


first t
fl % d- rt^ tv^-v


three months


n-'-


% /fl


'I


.I n


n4~~r%.


sm irr


"1


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GRAINS:


MONTHLY AVERAGE CASH PRICES


(All prices in ceuat per bushel except gyina mar n cats per cwt)
WMMWMIIW ----:: :M-M^ W mmi~MIII~~mll I^ l~~M ^mIIImmIImi ^^^ m Wmmmmm--m^m_ ::mmmmmmm: :mmmmmm^^M
Apr. Mr. Feb. Apr. Rate
COMMODITY MARKET GRADE 1968 1968 1968 1967
/_______ ~___ 1967 1966
Kansas City No. I Hard Winter, Ord. Prom. 154 160 161 176 143 143
No. 1 Hard Winter, 13% Prot. 156 162 162 178 147 147
Fon Worth No. 1 Hard Winter 181 189 191 205 168 167
icago No. 2 Yellow Hard Winter 149 158 159 175 146 148
SNo. 2 Red Winter 143 150 151 173 146 148
Toledo No. 2 Red Winter 138 142 143 165 -
______No. 2 Soft White -138 142 3164 -
WHEAT St. Locih No. 2 Hard Winter 152 162 170 177 146 148
______No. 2 Red Winter l146152155175 146 148
No. 1 DNS, Ord. proc. 162 164 161 192 155 156
Minneapolis No. t DNS, 13% Prot. 168 171__ 170 192 159 1
S No. 1 DNS, 15% Prot. 179 182_-181 193 165 16
______No. 1H. Amber D---um 205205205 202 160 161
Portland No. I Soft White __164__166 170 175 144 146
______No. I Hard Winter, Ord. Prot. 164 168171 193 144 146
s_______Baltimore No. 2 Red Winter (garlicky) 132 136 13_ 158 151 153
RYE Minneapolis No. 2 114 116 i18 118 123 123
Knmas City No. 2 white 1. 12236 12929-
______No. 2 Yellow 122 124 122 1134 -
Omaha No. 2 Yellow _117 117 115 127 -
SNo. 2 Yellow 116 117 115 13 -
CORN Chicago
ORchONo. 3 Yellow 112 114 111 134 -
Toledo No. 2 Yellow 112 114 113 134 -
St. Louis No. 2 Yellow 117 118 119 139 -
_______Minneapolis No. 2 Yellow 112114112131 -
Kansas City No. 2 White 83__4 84 79 -
Chicago No. 2 Extra Heavy White 79 _0 83 76 -
OATS Toledo No. 2 White 83 84 85 77 -
Minneapolis No. 2 Extra Heavy White 75 73 73 72 --
________Portland No. 2 Extra Heavy White 102 103 102 8 -
Kansas City No. 3 109 109 109 114 106 95
Minneapolis No. 3 or better Maltina (Choice 125 126 126 136 107 96
NO. 3 or beer 111 113 115 121 107 96
BARLEYPotiand No. 2 Western 45 Ibs. 117 119 123 121 114 103
Stockton No. 2 Western 46 lbs. 119 121 123 137 118 107
_______Los Angeles No. 2 Western 46 Ibs. 120 122 123 136 118 107
Kansas City No. 2 Yellow 208 210 210 214 185 178
GRAIN -------------- -- --
SORGHUM Fo Worth No. 2 Yellow 236 239 240 249 209 204
________Los Angeles No. 2 Yellow 254 257 256 2 228 221
Chicago No. I Yellow 270 271 273 28 -
Toledo No- 1 Yellow 26Q 269 271 2A3 a








Wheat:


Supply and


distribution, 1961-68


SUPPLY


Year : Stocks at beginning of period : :Imports:
and : : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : : grain :
Quarter : Farms : l/ :& warehouses 2/ : stocks : tlon : only : suppy
--1,000 bushels--
1961-66 Av.:


July-Sept.. :10
Oct.-Dec...:46
Jan.-Mar.. :35


Apr.


-June..


Season..
1966-67
July-Sept.


Oct.
Jan.
Apr.


-Dec..
-Mar..
-June.


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


Jan.
Apr.


-Mar..
-June.


:215


,654
,238
,207
.975


: 35,989
: 34,189
S28,310


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


038.


:1,129,


:130,771
0:540,128
:408,539


,521
,661
,926
.539


,878
,690
,651
,831


,528
.698


,:145,479
.:601,522
.:504,541
.:359,679


703,729
476,060


1,214,02


: 501 : 1
S1,274 : 1
: 896 : 1


,214,024:


,092


: 535,170:1,311,702:
S1,436,479:
:1,049,116.
. 700,139:
: 535,170: 1,311,702:


425,004:1,
,556,189:


,209


,343
,969,
,640,
,283,
,346.


. 1,847,834
: 1,436,511
S1,049,240
: 700,313
. 1,848,164


37 : 1,949,390
69 : 1,556,258
150 : 1,209,181


,031:
,490:


Season.


Year
and
quarter


Used
for
seed


: Milled
: for
: flour


DISTRIBUTION


: Exports
: grain
: only


: Feed and
: residual


:Distribution


Total


: in terms of
: Domestic :


- flour
grain


Exported


1961-66 Av.
July-Sept..


Oct.
Jan.
Apr.


-Dec..


-Mar.
-June


Season.
1966-67


*0


: --1,000 bushels--


26.332


146,


: 21,326
* 117


14,265
,,: 62,040


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


49,
-10,
51,
-19,
70,


,087
,593
,984
,686
.350


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


24,001
21,093


July-Sept..


Oct.
Jan.
Apr.


-Dec.


-Mar..
-June.


Season,..
1967-68
July-Sept.


-Dec...
-Mar...


: 35
: 25


,600
,450


.: 150
.: 17,149
.: 78,349


: 26


: 28,600


147,831
146,418


567.988


140,727
145,419


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


31,331
74,999
-12,285
111.027


: 189,219
: 182,193
: 188,069


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


393,
347,
372.


201
227
691


128,329
125,910
126,995
118,683
499,917


132,475
133,932
128,904


Apr.-June..
Season...


11,487
15,885


%/ Owned and


stored in bins or other storage


owned


or controlled by CCC. Additional


i








Supply and distribution,


1961-68


SUPPLY
Year : Stocks at beginning of period : Produc :Imports: Total
and : : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : t i: grains
quarter : rms :& warehouses 2/ : stocks : : only supply
1961-66 Av : --1,000 bushels--
July-Sept......: 2,581 : 145 : 6,711 : 9,437 : 32,582 : 322 : 42,341
Oct.-Dee.......:16,389 : 236 : 13,609 : 30,234 : : 241 : 30,475
Jan. -Mar.......:10,315 : 202 : 11,026 : 21,543 : : 303 : 21,846
Apr.-June......: 6,863 : 195 : 9,524 : 16,582 : : 356 : 16,938
Season.......: : : : 9,437: 32,582 : 1,222 : 43,241
1966-67 :
July-Sept......: 3,955 : 612 : 14,444 : 19,011 : 27,775 : 299 : 47,085
Det.-Dec.......:15,527 : 683 : 21,505 : 37,715 : : 396 : 38,111
Jan.-Mar.......: 9,566 : 605 : 18,216 : 28,387 : : 123 : 28,510
Apr.-June......: 7,547 : 559 : 16,197 : 24,303: : 809 : 25,112
Season....... : : : : 19,011 : 27,775 : 1,627 : 48,413
1967-68 :
July-Sept......: 3,588 : 523 : 14,574 : 18,685 : 24,075 : 87 : 42,847
Oct.-Dec.......:12,276 : 474 : 20,524 : 33,274 : : 138: 33,412
Jan.-Mar.......: 8,683 : 425 : 18,585 : 27,693 : : 50 : 27,743
Apr.-June......: 6,761 : 426 : 15,750 : 22,937: : :
Season. .....: : : : : :
Ie t Q ~~ **I* I 2I II I II III I I !
DISTRIBUTION
Year : Used : Used : Milled : Exports : Feed and :
and : for : for : for : grain : residual : Total
quarter : seed : alcohol : flour : only : 2/ :
--1,000 bushels--
1961-66 Av.
July-Sept......: 2,810 : 667 : 1,187 : 2,572 : 4,871 : 12,107
Oct.-DeC.......: 2,810 : 1,125 : 1,226 : 2,265 : 1,506 : 8,932
Jan.-Mar.......: 309 : 1,246 : 1,234 : 1,397 : 1,078 : 5,264
Apr.-June......: 180 : 974 : 1,167 : 2,589 : 1,632 : 6,542
Season.......: 6,109 : 4,012 : 4,814 : 8,823 : 9,087 32,845
1966-67
July-Sept......: 2,392 : 875 1,298 1,228 3,577 9,370
Oct.-Dec.......: 2,392 1,196 1,332 : 733 4,071 : 9,724
Jan.-Mar......: 260 1,448 : 1,327 : 1,070 : 102 4,207
Apr.-June......: 156 : 1,144 : 1,182 : 1,361 : 2,584 6,427
Season.......: 5,200 : 4,663 : 5,139 : 4,392 : 10,334 : 29,728
1967-68 :
July-Sept......: 2,346 : 940 : 1,442 : 841 : 4,004 : 9,573
Oct.-Dec.......: 2,346 : 1,266 : 1,474 : 771 : -138 : 5,719
Jan.-Mar.......: 255 : 1,309 : 1,516 : 280 : 1,446 4,806
Apr.-June......: : : : :
Season.. .
II 4 I II II I SII I


j/ Owned and stored in bins or other storage
CCC-owned grain is included in other positions.


owned or controlled


by CCC.


Additional


Et;Ye :


D









Caorn:


Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


1961-68


Year :Stocks at beginning of period : Produc- :Imports: Total
and : Farms CCC :Mills, elevators: Total tion : grain
quarter : : / :& warehouses 2/: stocks : : only *
: --1,000 bushels--
1961-66 Av. :
Oct.-Dec....: 592,551: 443,484: 507,508 :1,543,543:3,758,390: 222 :5,302,155
Jan.-Mar....:3,001,756: 468,884: 721,864 '4,192,504: : 273 :4,192,777
Apr.-June...:2,083,980: 422,047: 570,769 .3,076,796: 298 :3,077,094
July-Sept...:1,408,140: 342,728: 382,257 :2,133,125: : 243 :2,133,368
Season....: : : :1,543,543:3,758,390: 1,036 :5,302,969
1966-67
Oct.-Dec....: 529,705: 134,369: 176,169 : 840,243:4,117,355: 249 :4,957,847
Jan.-Mar....:2,898,768: 108,491: 670,128 :3,677,387: : 107:3,677,494
Apr.-June...:2,043,897: 98,279: 572,811 :2,714,987: : 313 :2,715,300
July-Sept.. .:1,337,292: 97,690: 307,993 :1,742,975: : 177 :1,743,152
Season....: : : : 840,243:4,117,355: 846 :4,95444
1967-68 :
Oct.-Dec....: 569,155: 97,571: 156,504 : 823,230:4,722,164: 201:5,545,595
Jan.-Mar....:3,352,827: 97,846: 765,906 :4,216,579: : 300:4,216,879
Apr.-June...:2,362,178: 97,870: 708,297 :3,168,345: : :
July-Sept...: : : : : : :
Season. *: :


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and
quarter


Used


seed


Wet
process


Used


: for
: alcohol


Exports
grain


Feed and
residual


Total


--1,000 bushels--


1961-66 Av.


Oct.
Jan.
Apr.


-Dec.
-Mar.
-June


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


-Mar..


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


-Mar.


Apr.


t...


2,269
9,079


48,780
189,601


2,710
10,838


2,481


-June.


,016
,105


52,172
54,400


8,239
7,767
5,320
9,584


6,888
8,872
9,496
7,373
32.629


9,162
8,173


134,
118,
133,
115,
501,


134,
120,
100,
109,
466,


178,102
154,886


,913
,339
,964
,964
,180


1,088,319
* 781,099
: 798,599
S749,613
:3,417,630


: 1,089,580
: 828,594


1,109,
1,115,
943,
825,
3,994,


1,280,460
962,507


919,922
,135,214


1,329,016
1,048,534


July-Sept.
Season..


1/ Owned and


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Oats:


Supply and distribution,


1961-68


SSUPPLY-a


Stocks at beginning of period
: CCC :Miflls, elevators: Total


quarter


:& w warehouse ~


: stocks
*WWI^II- aIMMIII-


Produc-


tion


: Imports
* i
: grain
: only


Total
supply


--1,000 bushels--


1961- 66


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


-June


Season..
1966-67
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
Season..
197-68
July-Sept.
Oct. -Dec..
Ja n.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
Season..


237,825
808,302
: 664,857
: 426,613


: 240,746
" 677,685
: 556,765
: 354,567


198,940
640,299


543,
358,


: 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
46,614
97,878
81,031


6,664
6,674
6,668


111: 6.665


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


316,206
833,935
661,875
442,462
316.206


270.286:


: 775
: 647


: 95


953
a* 953


801.327


801,32


781,


,969:
.929:


246,481
927,998
752,320


844
,102


S1,118


: 679
: 1,102
: 881
: 3,156


: 411
: 1,263


1,120


,027
,614
,977
,343
,689


: 1,052,
: '777,
: 648,


441,12


DISTRIBUTION


Year


and
quarter


Used for seed


Exports
grain only


Feed and
residual 2/


Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
Season..

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

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


--1,000 bushels--


,312


46,366
66,237


2,648
2,649
10,594


6,375
4,383
960
5,607


309,619
168,848
240,595
155,551
874,613


272,857
163,767
209,458
134,612
780,694


4,409
871


10,904


125,706
196,441


319,306
176,543
254,802
207,524


284,0
172,7
220,5
173,0


276,5
129,3
207,3


1/ Owned and stored in bins or other storage


owned


or controlled by CCC


Additional


Year


1961-66 Av:
July-Sept.:


Oct.


-Dec..


Total


.K








Barley:


Supply and


distribution, 1961-68


SUPPLY


Year
and
quarter


Stocks at


beginning


t1il*s,


Farms


of period


elevators:


:& warehouses


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


:Imports:
: grain :
*: :


Total
supply


--1, 000 bushels--


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


Jan.


-Mar.....


Apr. -June....
Season.....

July-Sept....
Oct.-Dec.....


Jan.-Mar.
Apr.-June


: 55,
:253,
:190,
:110,


: 9,95
: 10,64
: 9,43
* 8.45


153,099
120,871


130,604
417,068


320,
213,


605
745


1,881
: 4,160


1,765
8.556


130,604


,132


: 5,118


: 179,138
: 114,921


: 56,
:230,


....:182,889
....:127,678


110,
87.


,240
,030
,902
.946


104,763
388,461


399
880
440
717


,186



,186


207,161


145,441


114,
85.


: 459 :
: 3,557 :
: 17 :
: 1,996 :
: 6,029 :

: 1,744 :
: 3,404 :


:830,752
421,228


215,
:537,


4
3
2
2
5


98,408
92,018
94,381
09,157
03,978


83,440
01,591


048


eason.


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and
quarter


Used
for seed


Industrial


Exports
grain only


Feed and
residual


Total


--1,000 bushels--


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


1,531
2,681


10,340


25,410
21,090
22,537
27.386


12,541
19,418
13,984
23,535
69,478


33,170
231,299


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


.1966-67
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan,.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
Season..
-1962-61
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
Season..
- -I


:::S


S


1,273
2,229
3,821
8,596
15,919

1,306
2,286
3.918


stored


29,009


65,182
61,924


6,187


35,371


109,474


28,005


in bins or


other


12,879
6,527
8,917


storage owned


47,657


or controlled


109,947
97,654
87,220


,206


113,726
81,854
84,919


by CCC.


Addi-


750 :321,


1/O


owned and








Grain sorghum


Supply and distribution,


1961-68


SUPPLY


Year :Stocks at beginning of period :
and : : :Mills, elevators: Total : Produc- Total
quarter : : j :& warehouses 2/: stocks : tion : SUPply
-1,000 cwt.--
1961-66 Av.
Oct.-Dec.......: 20,301 : 2,627 : 339,040 361,968 : 306,699 : 668,667
Jan.-Mar.......: 98,925 : 2,615 460,170 : 561,710 : : 561,710
Apr.-June......: 59,022 : 2,494 : 387,699 : 449,215 : : 449,215
July-Sept.....: 32,285: 2,598: 339,797 : 374,680: : 374,680
Season.......: : : : 361,968 : 306,699 : 668,667
1966-67 :
Oct.-Dec.......: 28,344 : 2,644 : 188,085 : 219,073 : 400,395 : 619,468
Jan.-Mar.......: 131,134 : 2,594 : 326,054 : 459,782 : : 459,782
Apr.-June......: 74,580 : 2,590 : 217,664 : 294,834 : : 294,834
July-Sept......: 45,909 : 2,579 : 139,410 : 187,898 : : 187,898
Season.......: : : : 219,073 : 400,395 : 619,468
1967-68
Oct.-Dec.......: 24,872 : 2,575 : 109,137 : 136,584 : 428,745 : 565,329
Jan.-Mar.......: 122,596 : 2,560 : 288,271 : 413,427 : : 413,427
Apr.-June......: 82,235 : 2,568 : 207,380 : 292,183 : :
July-Sept......
Season. '*

DISTRIBUTION
Year Use: d : Industrial : : Feed and :
-a ~~Used 3.* -
and :for seed : and food : Exports : residual : Total
quarter : uses 2/ : : / .
__ -A I-
: --1,000 cwt.--
1961-66 Av.
Oct.-Dec....... : 1,456 : 17,463 : 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
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
July-Sept......: : 1,540 : 27,658 : 22,116 : 51,314
Season.......: 1,404 : 6,160 : 139,076 : 336,244 : 482,884
1967-68 :
Oct.-Dec .......: : 1,540 : 30,769 : 119,593 : 151,902
Jan.-Mar,......: 124 : 1,540 : 26,442 : 93,138 : 121,244
1540 ,44.....,
Apr.-June..... : : : :
J -Sept. .*4.~ S S
July-Sept...... : : : :
SeSeason,.. *
Season....


Owned and stored in bins or other


storage owned or


controlled by CCC,


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Soybeans:


Supply and


distribution,


1961-68


SUPPLY


Year


quarter


Stocks at


beginning


:Mills,


Farms


of period


elevators


:& warehouses


Total
stocks


Produc-


tion


Total
supply


--1,000 bushels--


1961-66 Av.


Sept.
Jan.-


-Dec.
Mar..


Apr.-June.
July- Aug..
Season..
1966-67


Sept.
Jan.-


.
: 243,
.: 147,


11,919


-Dec.
Mar..


Apr.-June..:
July-Aug...:.
Season...:
1967-68 :


31,
377.


17,410
84,610


49,680
550,196
359,389
145,251
49,680


227
041
500


35
721
457


114,170


718,687


718,


,481


,910


198,780


928,481


768,367
550,196
359,389
145,251
768,367

964,120
721,435
457,910
198,780
964,120


Sep
Jan


tip


-Dec.


. -Mar .
- -June


Si


.. 23


: 0


July-Aug...:
Season...:


: 48,511
: 432,333
: 301,295


90,137
782,117


972,701


: 1,062,838
: 782,117


DISTRIBUTION


Year : : : : Feed and :
Used Crushed
and : for ed : ais : Exports : residual : Total
for seed at mills
quarter / "
A: --1,000 bushels--
1961-66 Av.:
Sept.-Dec.. : 156,603 : 82,103 : -20,536 : 218,170
e -e..- ~ ,.t
Jan.-Mar... : 122,060 : 42,743 : 26,004 : 190,807
Jan -a.... U4,
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 : 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..: 46,613 : 144,787 : 63,482 : 4,248 : 259,130
July-Aug...: 92,853 : 32,975 : -17,185 : 108,643
Season...: 46,613 : 556,973 : 261,591 8,806 : 873,983
1967-68
Sept.-Dec..: : 194,800 : 107,170 : -21,239 : 280,731
Jan.-Mar... : 148,060 : 64,002 : 33,287 : 245,349
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Apr.-June.. : : : :
July-Aug...: : :
Season..,. : : : :
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Flaxseed:


Supply and distribution,


1961-68


SUPPLY


Year : Stocks. at beginning. of period Produc- :Imports: Total
," Totalu "Tsuply
d Farms : CCC : All others,/ : Total : tion : grain : supply
quarter : : V : .I : 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
1967-68:
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.-Mar....: 6,742 : O0 11,424 : 18,166: : 0: 18,166
Apr.-June.......: 4,301: 0 8,847 : 13,148: : :
S a a
Season..

DISTRIBUTION
Year : : : : :
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........ 62 : 5,539 : 1,298 : -13 : 6,886
Jan.-Mar......... : 4,593 : 0 : -1,677 : 2,916
Apr.-June.......: 1,489 : 4,718 : 2,800 : 631 : 9,638
Season........: 1,551 : 19,657 : 7,465 : 781 : 29,454
1967-68
July-Sept.......: : 3,650 : 1,800 : 446 : 5,896
Oct.-Dec........ 60 : 4,811 : 1,428 : -1,176 : 5,123
Jan.-Mar........ : 4,046 2 : 970 5,018
Apr. -une........ .
Season.
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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


Consumer and Marketing


Service


Grain Division
Federal Center Building
Hyattsville, Maryland 20782


OFFICIAL BUSINESS


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AGRIC EXP STA LNIV OF FL


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Grains:


Postage and Fees Paid
U. S. Department of Agriculture


UNIVERSYOF FLORID


3262081570


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32601


Quantity outstanding under support and owned by CC000 compared with
total stocks, April 1, 1968 and 1967


(Data in 1,000 bushels except grain


sorghum in 1,000 cwt.)


: Under support :Owned Total under Total : of
Grai :Current crop:Prior crops : :support and stocks stocks
Grain byspotad sto
:outstanding :outstanding : CCC owned by CCC 3/ : controlled
: / : 2/ ::ri: CC C0
.: April 1, 1968
eat ..........................: 179,276 60,027 105,763 34,066 836,490 41
Rye ...........,....... ... .: 2,098 6,628 8,726 22,937 38
Corn ...........................: 399,458 222,640 136,861 758,959 3,168,345 24
Oats ...........................: 29,094 26,808 44,977 100,879 441,125 23
Barley .........................: 35,092 7,216 5,673 47,981 216,672 22
Grain Sorghum ................: 28,277 14,644 107,366 150,287 292,183 51
Soybeans ......................: 167,216 23,138 7,514 197,868 536,768 37
Flaxseed .......................: 2,437 1,760 4,197 13,148 32
C
*
: April 1, 1967
Wheat ........................,: 75,917 53,267 143,038 272,222 700,139 39
Rye ............................: 1,864 7,460 9,324 24,303 38
Corn ...........................: 217,285 164,405 153,370 535,060 2,714,987 20
Oats ......... .......,........: 16,289 36,543 42,112 94,944 442,462 21
Barley .........................: 10,252 4,605 6,254 21,111 207,161 10
Grain Sorghum ...............: 10,747 19,763 129,429 159,939 294,834 54
Soybeans .......................: 118,382 118,382 457,910 26
Flaxseed ........,.............: 1,701 6,817 8,518 18,892 45
i / i- i- L f 1 .


Quantity of current


crop placed under support ninu d.


Quantity of previous crops outstanding under reseal programs.
Total grain in all positions as reported by Crop Reporting Board.


NOTE: Data on stocks, production and seed usage from Crop Reporting Board; imports, exports,
quantity milled or processed from Census Bureau; and alcohol usage from Internal Revenue Service.
Production and stocks are preliminary. January-March 1968 data are partly estimated. Since the
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