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


GRAIN DIVISION


UNITED


STATES


Volume 11 No. 1


DEPA


January


CONSUMER 6 MAIT4G SER
RTMENT OF AGRICULT

,, lA.8.yaryctJllk. ei rBlid8


QUARTERLY
SUMMARY
AND
STATISTICS


Grain prices
farmers harvested


Reflecting


in part


followed a mixed


record


corn and


the large


trend


soybean


supplies,


during the Octob


crops


er-De


and marketed


in January were


member quarter


a record


wheat


generally well


crop.
below


a year earlier


ago while
totaled 1
average.


Stocks


soybean stocks


56 million


tons


of wheat
were at


in all


positions


a record high.


-- 9 percent


more


than


were
Stocks


last


15 percent more t
of the four feed


year


but 5


percent


han a year
grains
below


WHEAT


... prices


fluctuated


within


rather narrow


limits


during


the fall


months with a moderate


export demand,


a tight holding policy


by producers


and slow


mill


buying


Farm prices


for the


first half


of the


season


averaged


bush


below a year


earlier.


For the


first


ree


weeks


of January,


hard


winter wheat at


Kansas City averaged


bushel


below


a year


while


soft red wint


er at


Chicago and St
at Minneapolis


protein.


good


Louis


were


sold


lower.


bushel


In January,


below


A year earlier the premium for


export demand,


year ago.


Stocks


white wheat


of wheat


in all


in the Pacific


positions


a year ago and


protein


was


Northwe


on January


ordinary protein


20$ u
only
was


under
2$
g p


totaled


spring


wheat


15 percent


per
er


bushel.


bushel


With


below


1,208 million


bushel


Corporation
farmers had


more than


-- an increase


owned


only


of 159 million


million


bushels
Exports


208 million


the year


the first half


Milling


before


of the


of wheat for


season


from a year


bushels


of 1967-c


earlier.


on January


rop wheat


of wheat and


as against


flour at around


million


286 million


was abo


under


Commodity Credit
the end of December


loan,


flour totaled


100 million


million


same period 1
ut 10 million


ast
les


bushel


season.
s than a


year earlier.


1967,
Canada


with
140


Exports


the c
(326)


comparable


of wheat arnd


figure


Argentina


flour


a year


in million


earli


and Australia


bushels


in parent
142(85).


, July


eses


were


through December
as follows:


... prices


thus


months a year earlier.


I far this
However,


season


ces


averaged
in January


bushel


at Minneapolis


below the


were


same


only


bushel


below


a year ago.


stocks


of 27.7


million


bush


els were


percent


less


than last year.
Consumption of
year earlier.


Exports


of 1.6 million


rye for alcohol and


were


milling the


of 6.


below


last


first s
compare


year


ix months


were


average.
both above a


w






-2-

for alcohol production was above a year earlier, Around l 2 1,6
corn reamined for feed the first quarter, about the same as a year earlier but 171
million above average. The number of grain consuming animal units fed in 1967-68 is
currently estimated at 180,3 million compared with 180.0 million in 1966-67 and 171.0
million the 5-year average, On this basis 5.9 bushels of corn were fed per animal
unit the first quarter this season and last season compared with 5.2 bushels the
average for the first quarter.


OATS .,. prices at the farm for the October-December quarter averaged a penny
under the comparable period a year ago. During January, prices at Mid-west mrledts
were about even with those a year ago while Portland quwotati oen4 v t rr
bushel higher. January 1, stocks of 647.4 million bushels were -- 14,5 million less
than a year ago. Disappearance the first half of he season, ainy for Nef, .b
the smallest of record, amounting to 406 million bushels -- 51 million less than a
year earlier. Exports, July through December, of 5.2 million bushels were only about
a third those of a year earlier.


BARLEY ... prices at the farm July through December, averaged about 6 per
bushel below the same mnths last year. Choice malting barley at Minneapolis this


January was 14% per bushel under a year earlier, while feed grade barley averaged 51
lower, Stocks in all positions on January 1, 1968 at 303 million bushels were
above the same date in 1967. Disappearance for the first half of the season totaled
195 million bushels 12 million bushels less than the rvious seasa
Exports for the first 6 months at 19 million bushels were 5 million udr the a s
period a year ago. Industrial usage, minly for beer, as somewhat below a year ago.
The quantity remaining for feed, at 122.5 million bushels was 6 million below a year


earlier,
GRAIN SORGUM ... prices at the fa
12J per cwt. below a year earlier due
in January were around 11% per cwt. bel
(733,473,000 bushels) were 11 percent 1
million cwt, the first quarter were 11
above average. The quantity remaining
more than a year earlier and 24 million


rm for the October-December quarter averaged
n part to the smaller exports. Market prices
ow a year earlier. Stocks of 411 lilica uw,
ese than the yeat before, ports of .31
million below the previous year *at il
for feed at 122 million cwt, as 5 million
above average,


SfYBE.N .,.. prices at Illinois points for October through
per bushel below a year earlier due in part to larger supplies,
million on January 1 were the largest of record and 61 million
Crushing of 191 million and exports of 109 million, September
both slightly above the record of a year ago. Through December
158 million bushels of soybeans under price support as against
earlier.


January averaged 36
Stocks ft '70
above a year ago,
through December, were
31 fanners had put
116 millic a year


FIAXSE ... averaged $3.14 per bushel at Minneapolis the first part of Januaz
or about the same as a year ago. Plaxseed stocks in all positions on January 1
totaled 18.2 million bushels 16 percent less than a year earlier and 27 percent
below average. Exports of flaxseed, July-December, of 3.2 million bushels, compare
with 4.7 million exported the same months of the previous season. Crushings of S.8
million bushels are well below the 10.3 million crushed a year earlier. Farmers put
2.2 million bushels of 1967-crop flaxseed under price support through the end of


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GRAINS:


MONTHLY


AVERAGE


CASH


PRICES


(All pdces in cents per bushel except grain sotrlm In cents per cwt.)


COMMODI TY


WHEAT


MARKET


Kansas City


GRADE


No. 1 Hard Winter. Ord.


No. 1


Prot.


Hard Winter,


1968


Dec.
19,7


Nov.
19u7


Jan.
1967


1/y3n


L967


1' 7t;


Fort Worth No. I Hard Winter 190 188 187 168 167
Chicago No. 2 Yellow Hard Winter 154 154 152 171 146 148
No. 2 Red Winter 18146 145 171 1,6 1,8
Toledo No. 2 Red Winter 143 144 139 165 -
No. 2 Soft White 144 139 165 -
Louis No. 2 Hard Winter 1 159 157 181 6 148
No. 2 Red Winter1 11 174 1,6 1- 8
No. I DNS, Ord. Prot. _161. 160 163 189 155 156
Minneapolis No. 1 DNS, 13% prot. 170 169 173 190 15 160rc
No. I DNS. 15% Proc. 181 180 183 191 167 166-
No. 1H. Amber Durum Choice) 202 201 201 209 160 161
portland No. 1 Soft White 166 162 158 174 144 146
No. 1 Hard Winter, Ord. Prot. 172 171 171 185 144 146


Baltimore


No. 2 Red Winter


153


RYE Minneapolis No. 2 116 114 112 118 123 123
Ciy...No. 2 White 12 _________123 126 152 -
K___sNo. 2 Yellow 122 119 117 140 -
Omaha No. 2 Yellow 115 114 111 133 -
h No. 2 Yellow 114 11 110 142 -
CORN Chicago 1 --
CORN Chicago No. 3 yellow 11i0 1 107 139 -
Toledo No. 2 Yellow 113 _110 104 137 -
St. Louis No. 2 Yellow 120 120 113 146_____ __- -__
Minneapolis No. 2 Yellow _112 _112 108 133
Kansas City No. 2 White 81 79 76 81 -
Chicago No. 2 Extra Heavy White 80 78 74 80 -
OATS Toledo No. 2 White 83 80 76 78 -
Minneapolis No. 2 Extra Heavy White 72 70 70 73 -
Portland No. 2 Extra Heavy White 101 102 104 83 -
Kansas City No. 3 109 109 108 120 106 95
M .No. 3 or better Malcing (Choice 126 123 127 10 107 96
Minneapolis 13 17 179__
BARLEY No. 3 or better 116 112 113 121 107 96
Portland No. 2 Western 45 lbs. 125 121 120 12 11.4 103
Stockton No. 2 Western 46 Ibs. 123 123 122 13 118 107
Los Angeles No. 2 Western 46 Ibs. 126 124 120 141 118 107
GRAIN Kansas City No. 2 Yellow 199 193 189 __210 185 178
SORGHUM Fort Worth No. 2 Yellow 232 228 223 243 2___09_ 204____
Los Angeles No. 2 Yellow 246 2'--3 217 258 228 221
Chicago No. I Yellow __I268 !264 I261 296 -


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(garlicky)


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Wheat:


Supply and distribution,


1961-67


SUV PPLY
Year :Stocks at beginning of period : Imports Tottl
and : C00 :Mills elevators: To tal grain u-
-1 'J'iS ,^/, tr-t'r-- i^ / a o+t~-c0uppU .^ y~ ^<:*...* J~rl^
Farms : / :& waraouses / stocks ton onl-
*t"". >u I J L -. J -. =- '" ** :*: .*: :*:.....
S--1,000 bushelS--
1961-66 Av.:
July-Sept..: 108,654: 38,438 : 982,350 :1,129,442:1,214,024: 421 : 2,343,887
Oct.-Dec...: 469,238: 35,989 : 1,463,572 :1,968,799 501 969,300
Jan.-Mar...: 356,207: 34,189 : 1,249,311 :1,639,707: : 1,274 : ,1640,981
Apr.-June..: 215,975: 28,310 : 1,038,712 :1,282,997 896 : 1,283,893
Season...: : : :1,129,442; 1,214,024; 3,092 2,346,5.58
Season.... : ,02: ,36,5
1966-67 :
July-Sept..: 130,771: 9,521 : 394,878 : 535,170:1,311,702: 962 1 ,847,$34
Oct.-Dec...: 540,128: 7,661 : 889,552 :1,437,341: : 32 .1,43?,373
Jan.-Mar...: 408,539: 3,926 : 636,651 :1,049,116; : 124 : 1,049,240
Apr.-June..: 238,769: 1,539: 459,545 : 699,853. 173 : 700,026
Season...: : : : 535,170;1,311,702: 1,291 : 1,848,163
1967-68 :
July-Sept..: 145,479: -997 t 278,226 : 424,702 1,524,349: 37 : 1,949,088
Oct.-Dec...: 601,522: 969 : 953,698 :1,556,189 : 52 1,556,241
Jan.-Mar...: 504,541: 761 : 702,881 *1,208,183
Apr.-June..: : :
Season... : "
DISTRIBUTION
Year : Used : Milled : Exports : Feed and : :Distribution flourw
and : for : for : grain : residual : Total : in terms of grain
quarter : seed : flour 2/: only : U/ : Domestic : Exported
i^ ^ iv i^ ^ i i i i-ll*if m .


--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..
1967-68


July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..


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


26.33


21,


: 159,347
: 187,559


.: 14,265
.: 62,040


35,600
25,450


.: 17,149
.: 78,349


148,713
146,418


569,862


.. 28,600


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

: 189,219
: 182,060


: 152


-10.265


-19,661
70,436


121,984
503,967


49,387
75,324
23,461


36,003
-7,628


392,899
348,058


,626
,001
,093
- ,, ,_ 3^>
,539
,259


19, 502
20,508
11,977
16,084
68,071


8,252
L2,563


MC-c


Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled by 000C, Addit
wned grain is included in other positions,
All off-farm storage not otherwise designated,


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Supply and distribution,


SUPPLY
Year : Stocks at beginning of period f: r :Imports: Tt
Produc- Total
and : : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : tion : grain : sul
quarter : arms :& warehouses 2/ : stocks : :only :s l

1961-66 Av. : --1,000 bushels--
July-Sept......: 2,581: 145 : 6,711 : 9,437: 32,582 : 3.-: : ,31
Oct.-Dec.....: 16,389: 236 : 13,609 : 30,234: : 2.1 : 30,.75
Jan.-Mar.......: 10,315: 202 : 11,026 : 21,54.3: : 303 : 86
Apr.-June......: 6,863: 195 : 9,524 : 16,582: : 356 : 16,938
Season....... *9* ,437: 32,582 : 1,22 i
1966-67 :
July-Sept......: 3,955: 612 : 14,444 : 19,011: 27,775 : 299 : 47,085
Oct.-Dec........ 15,527: 683 : 21,505 : 37,715: : 396 : 38,111
Jan.-ar.......: 9,566: 605 : 18,216 : 28,387: : 123: 28,510
Apr.-June......: 7,547: 559 : 16,192 : 24,298: : 809 : 25.107
Season.......: : : : 19,011: 27,775 : 1,627 : 48,4,13
1967-68
July-Sept......: 3,588: 523 : 14,573 : 18,684: 24,075 : 87 : 42,846
Oct.-Dec.......: 12,276: 474 : 20,524 : 33,274: : 338 : 33,612
Jan.-Mar.......: 8,683: 425 18,629 27,737:
AIr. -June. ... .
*iM^V JB^* t
Season. .., :* # 4 0 *
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
Got.-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 : 107 : 4,212
Apr.-June......: 156 : 1,144 : 1,182 : 1,361 : 2,580 : 6,423
Season.......: 5,200 : 4,663 : 5,139 : 4,392 : 10,335 : 29,729
1967-68
July-Sept......: 2,346 : 940 : 1,442 : 84i : 4,003 : 9,572
Oct.-Dec.......: 2,346 : 1,237 : 1,509 : 767 : 16 : 5,875
J_......
Jan.-Mar........: : : : :
Apr.-June......: : : : : :
Season... : :


2/ Owned and sto
CCC-owned grain is


red in bins or other


included in other positions.


storage owned or controlled by CCC.


Additional


2/ All off-farm storage
3/ Mostly quantity fed,


s not otherwise designated.


but also includes waste,


loss,


and statistical errors in









Corn:


Supply and distribution,


1961-67


SUPPLY
Year : Stocks at beginning of period PrOduc- : rt tal
and Fam : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : tion ai ly
quarter : / :& warehouses 2,/: stocks : oly SPA-i.
--1,000 bushels--
1961-66 Av.
Oct.-Dec..,.: 592,551: 443,484: 507,508 :1,543,543: 3,758,390o 22 :5, 15
Jan.-Mar....:3,001,756: 468,884: 721,864 :4,192,504: : 273 :4,192777
Apr.-Jmune...:2,083,980: 422,047: 570,769 :3,076,796. : .9 "3,077,094
July-Sept...:1,408,140: 342,728: 382,257 :2,133,125: 243 :2,33,36
QQ orT 1,^'' P^1?^ '1'^ rK 1 (T3 : K^T\^ ^
Season...1 : : :1,543,543.3,758,390: 1,036 5,32 969
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: 572,549 :2,714,725. : 313 2,715,038
July-Sept...:1,337,292: 97,690: 307,646 :1,742,628: : 177 -1,742,805
Season..... : :. 840,243.4,117,355. 846 .4,958
1967-68 : ,1 3
Oct.-Dec....: 569,155: 97,571: 156,504 : 823,230 4,722,164: 268 :5,5495,662
Jan. -Mar.... :3,352,730: 97,846: 764,379 :4,214,955: : :
Apr.-June...:
July-Sept...: "
Seas on *
iliiL~ li i* il II I II I II *: .
DISTRIBUTION
Year Used : Usd : Exports : Feed and
Year Use Wet""
and : for : poce : for : grain : residual : Total
quarter : seed : : alcohol : only : / :


--1,000 bushels--


1961-66 Av


Oct. -Dec.
Jan. -Mar.
Apr.-June
July-Sept
Season.
1966-67
Oct.-Dec.
Jan.-Mar.
Apr.-June
July-Sept
Season.
1967-68


48,780
189.601


11,


S102838


*4*t i?


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


: 8,258
: 8,239
: 7,767
: 5,320
: 29,584

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


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


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


: 920,913
: 940,339


: 744
: 655


1,109,650
1,115,982


,964


262.180


:1,088,319
: 781,361
: 798,684
: 749,266
:3,417, 630


3,994,671

1,280,460
962,769
972,410
919, 75
4,135, 214


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


52,172


" 9.321


: 177,072


:1,092g,14


Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled by 000,


CCC-owned grain


',-


144 Lton&L


is included in other positions.


All off-farm storoaesp not otherwise des imtaed.


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Oats:


Supply and distribution,


1961-67


SUPPLY


Year


and
quarter


Farms


Stocks at beginning o period
: CCC :MUlls, elevators:


:& warehouses


n--
Total
stocks


Produce -
tion


:Imponts:
Grain
Only


Total
supply


--1,000 oushels--


1961-66 Av:


July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan. -Mar..
Apr. -June.
Season..
166-67
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan. -Mar.,
Apr. -June.
Season..
1967-68


July
Oct.


-Sept
-Dec.


Jan. -Mar.


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


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


.: 198,940
.: 640,299
: 543,621


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


66,107
147,915
9?,e78


*6.864


6,664
S6,674
6.668


64,641
128,996
97,084


S292,485
: 927,175
: 751,455
: 497,518
: 292,485


: 316,206
: 835,236
: 661,875
: 442,416
: 316.206


: 270,245
: 775,969
: 647.373


953,426


,246,481
927,998
752,320
498,362
,249,013


953.426


801.327


801,327

781.867


,118,027
835.915


: 1,102 662977
881 443,297
3,156 :1,120,689


052,523
777.108


Apr. -June.


ason..


a n -- --DISTRIBUTION
DIS3TRI SUTION


Year : : Exports Feed and
and Used for seed gra: on residaal / Total
quarter *
--1,000 bushels--
1261-66 Avy
July-Sept. 3,312 : 6,375 : 309,619 : 319,306
Oct.-Dec.. 3,312 : 4,383 : 168,848 : 176,543
Jan.-Mar.. 13,247 : 960 240,595 : 254,802
Apr.-June. 46,366 : 5,607 155,551 : 207,524
Season..: 66,237 : 17,325 : 874,613 : 958,175
1966-6_7
July-Sept. 2,638 : 8,587 271,566 282,791
Oct.-Dec.. 2,638 : 6,323 165,079 : 174,040
Jan.-Mar.. 10,553 : 463 : 209,545 : 220,561
Apr.-June. 36,935 : 1,366 : 134,751 : 173,052
Season..: 52,764 : 16,739 : 780,941 : 850,444
0997-68
July-Sept. 2,500 : 4,409 : 269,645 : 276,554
Oct.-Dec.. 2,500 : 823 : 126,412 : 129,735
Jan.-Mar..
Anr.-June. *
Season.. S


%/ Owned and
CCC-owned grain


stored


in bins or other


storage


owned


or controlled


by CCC. Additional


is included in other positions.


2/ All off-farm storage not otherwise de


;signated.









Barley:


Supply a&hd distribution,


1961-67


SUPPLY


Year
and
quarter


Stocks at beginning of period


Farms


: C000
* 1/


:Mills, elevators:
:& warehouses 2/ :


Total
stocks


Prodc-
tion


Imports
*iigrain.


,:ta1


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


--1,000 bushels--


253,320


110,905


: .9,956:
: 10,649:
: 9,439:
: 8.&52:


153,099
120,871
94,388


: 46,132


: 5,118


179,138:
114,921:


..: 56,974
..: 230,565
..: 182,795


4,786:


: 4,240:
: 4,030:


110,440
87,711


145,441
115.917


: 130,604
: 417,068
: 320,605
: 213,745
: 130,604
: 104,763
: 388,434
: 294,272
* 207,155
: 104,763


121,771
S380,036
: 302,614


: 4,160


: 398

* 393


: 393,186


: 370,


: 8,556


6,029


: 1,744
: 4,324


: 530,'352


I 421


,2a6


321,355


: 215,510


I 498040$
I 39X,991


r;294


,151
,97s


493,761
1 384,360
*


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and


quarter


Used
for seed


Industrial
use
1/


* Exports
* grain nn'ly
:


: Feed and
: residual


Total


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..


--1,000 bushels--


1,531


10,340
19,148


3,724
8,380
15,519

1,300


.:
*.s..


,537
,386
,423


25,735
30,786
109,474

30,000
20,000


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

14,483
9,557
6,187


12,879
6,376


74,202
57,434


,170


65,240
61,953
51,580
35,582
:14,355

69,546
52,970


113,684
100,623
107,610
94,431
416, 48

109,974
97,627
874226
87,380
38Z,207

113,725
81,746


Jan.-ar.....
Apr.-June....
Season.....


Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled l CO,


tional CCC-owned grain is
2/ All off-farm storage


included in other positions


s not otherwise designated,


MAt-


includina merchant miii,


i


,"E


EE:




N V NNIIIIUIN NIHI~9III~


a -9-


Grain sorghum


Supply and distribution


1961-07


SUPPLY


Year :Stocks at beginning of period : :ou Tt
and CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : Produe- Total
quarter : / :& warehouses 2/: stocks tion p
: --1,000 awt.--
1961-66 Av. :
Oct.-Dec.......: 20,301 : 2,627 : 339,040 : 361,968 : 306,e99 : 668,667
Jan.-ar.......: 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
... .459,82 4S9, 782
Apr.-June......: 74,580 : 2,590 : 217,665 : 294,835 : : 294,835
July-Sept......: 45,909 : 2,579 : 139,411 : 187,899 : 187,899
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 : 285,589 : 410,745 : :
Apr.-June.....: : : : : :
July-Sept......: : : : : :
Season........ a
DISTRIBUTION
Year : Us : Industrial : : Feed and .
and for seed : and food : Exports : residual : Total
quarter : uses / : /
: --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.......: 138 : 1,540 : 36,128 : 127,141 : 164,947
Apr.-June......: 1,246 : 1,540 33,218 : 70,932 : 106,936
July-Sept..... : 1,540 : 27,658 : 22,117 : 51,315
Season.......: 1,384 : 6,160 : 139,068 : 336,272 : 482,884
1967-68 :
Oct.-Dec........ : 1,540 : 31,195 : 121,849 : 154,584
** a a
Jan. -Mar. a a a a
Apr.-June.
July-Sept.......: :
Season., .


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


,/ All off-farm storage not otherwise desig
J/ Principally alcohol and distilled spirits


owned or controlled by CCC.


nated.
SIncludes allowance


Additional


for wet-process






-0 -


Soybeans:


Supply and distribution,


1961-67


SO PP LY


Year


and
quarter


Stocks at


* Sm


inning of period


ills,


elevators


& warehouses


- Total


tian


I ta


--a~


--1,000 bushels--


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


Sept.-Dec
Jan .-TMar.
Apr.-June
July-Aug.
Season.
"1967-68


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


: N.A.
: 243,816
: 147,467
: 38,342


N.A.
57
3
17


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


41,626
.: 349,784


* 4,c~t68


: 359


211,919


377,041
240,432
114,131


48 ,511


: 145,251
: 49,680


, 35,639
: 721,435
* 457,842
. 198,741
: 35,639

: 90,137
: 782,207


" 718,


,389


4
S
S
4 718, 687


: 928,481


:926


,481


; 972,701


" 64,* 1
; 721,435
S457,642
* 198,741

S964,120

fl,tA2, 834


DISTRIBUTION


Year : : : : Feed and
*rCz-hed
and :Used for seed: :l Exports : residual : Total
quartr. at mills -
quarter : : : : :
--1, 000 bushels--
1961-66 Av.
Sept.-Dec..: 156,603 : 82,103 : -20,536 218,170
Jan.-Mar...: : 122,060 : 42,743 26,004 190,807
T0 1Y~l*17 2303 214,138
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, 65
Jan.-Mar...: : 140,397 : 59,791 : 63,405 263, 3
Apr.-June..: 46,613 : 141,963 : 63,482 : 7,043 259,101
Ju1y-Aug ..: : 89,980 : 32,975 : -14,351 16S,~4
Season...: 46,613 : 551,277 : 261,591 : 14,502 3,983
1967-68 :
Sept.-Dec..: : 190,663 109,014 : -19,046 280a,631
Jan. -Mar... -
Apr. -June. :
July-Aug ... :
Season...


J/ Owned and stored in bins or other storage
0CC-owned grain is included in other positions.


owned or controlled by- 6ic


Addit~


A. TI rff-f asnm snmta s nt ntrartc


r~cli aralnlafI


2/




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a -11-


Flaxseed


: Supply and distribution,


1961-67


SUPPLY


Year : Stocks at beginning of period : d: Imports:
Produc- Total
and grain
and : Fm CCC All others 2/ : Total tion : gra : supply
quarter :s: J/ : 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,,1l
Jan. Mar........: 10,247: 0 : 14,907 :25,154 : : 0 : 215
Apr.-June....... 7,383: 1 : 11,928 : 19,312 : : 0 : 19,12
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: 0 : 11,495 : 18,237 : :
Apr.-June....... : : :
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 2 1,840 : 10,014
Oct. -Dec......: 62 : 5,539 : 1,298 : -13 : 6,886
Jan. -.r... ..: : 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 : 5,104 : 1,428 : -1,540 : 5,052
Jan. -.a.... :
Apr.-June........
Season....... *


2/ Owned and stored
CCC-owned grain is in


in bins or other


storage owned or controlled by CCC.


Additional


.eluded in other positions.







UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


Consumer and Marketing


Service


Postage and Fees Paid
U. S. Department of Agriculture


Grain Division
Federal Center Building


Hyattsville, Maryland


20782


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3 1262 08157 03


-------- -- -- -
OFFICIAL BUSINESS


MC058

AGRIC


39 PHO2002WK2AE
WK MCPHERSON
EXP STA UNIV 0


0031


GAI NESVI LLE


32631


Grains:


Quantity outstanding under support and ebe y cOG
total stocks, JeanuaryJ 1, i968'ar, lg


cam~ red -


(Data in 1,000 bushels except grain


sorgrum in 1,00,0 cwt.)


Under


Grain


:Current
:outatand


~ilp:J t


crop: Prior crops.
rig :ouitstandirLng
: /2,


' Owned


*Total under
support, and
owned bv CC(


* Total
stocks


stocks


controlled
: by CCC


Wheat ........
~re ... ..
Corn .
Oats .........
Barley .......
Grain Sorghum
Soybeans ....
Flaxseed .....


t
A>


S.....


193,532
28, 285
30,928
22,616
157,803
2,200


62,236
M<~~- ^ C./
223,879
27,552
7,561
14,831


January

'-F-.,-,
I
c, u55
137. O'77
45. 106
1~~~-
1:7,887
I
2*i'D~


1, 1968


365,452'
8,111
555,388
100,943
44,144
145,334
188,595
4,304


1,208,183
27,737
4,214,955
647,373
302,614
410,745
782,207
18,237


January


1, 1967


Wheat .. *
Iye t*
Corn ...,......,..........,...,,.:
Oats ........................... ,
Barl y ........*......4,,.:
Crc in Sorghum ................. :
Sorb in Sorgi.n..................;:
Fh x/seed ....................... :


95,052
1,618
110,029
17,534
11,388
9,786
114,787
1,587


58,005 .'


281,127
29,139
4,943
20.256


S8,161
/ '^,484
46,723
7,245
1186.012


r, pj1 f


36, 602
9,779
446,640
103,396
23,576
216,054
114,787
10,665


1,049,116 35
28,387 34
3,677,387 12
661,875 16
294,364 8
459,782 47
721, 435 16
21,808 49


1. Lii.r j '


,'rr.Tnt


- -nnr


.1 ~ l .*r-*S*r*AI ~~-* L I ~ -~ -- Jht* aJ t*


the Quantity of loans repaid.


=


u


r~ PIT,