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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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GRAIN DIVISION


UNITED


Volume 10


STATES


No. 4


CONSUMER O% MA 9RG SERL
DEPARtMENT OF AGRICULTI


I.F.A.Siyadt ivi*, ,fabrelp ii


QUARTERLY
SUMARY
AND
STATISTICS


October 26,


1967


Grain prices generally declined in the July-September quarter
part record crops with ample supplies and a smaller export demand.
of the decline, prices the first three weeks of October were well
ago. Stocks of wheat on October 1 were 9 percent above a year ago
stocks were 10 percent less than last year and 40 percent below av
flaxseed stocks were also well below a year earlier.


' reflect
As a
below a
. Feed
erage.


ting in
result
year
grain
Sye and


WHEAT.
a record dor
ued to decli
prices avera
wheat showed
The premium
compared wit
were only 6
October 1 to
but with tha


flour, J
230 mill
the same
season i
crop. W


uly
ion
as
ncre
heat


.. prices decl


Lestic crop a
ne in the fi
ged about 20
Sthe greatest
for 15 perce
h 4 a year
per bushel
'taled 1,565
*t exception
through Sept
last year.
a year earli
based sharply
Supplies in


ined early


nd continued
rst quarter
i per bushel
t loss with
nt protein w
earlier. Wi
below last y
million bush
the smallest
ember, total
The quantity
er. Feeding
over a year
Canada for


in the summer as
high level world
of the new crop-ye
below a year ago.
increased premiums
heat averaged 24/
th a good export d
ear. Stocks of wh


els -- 124
since 195
ed 193 mil
of wheat
of wheat
ago refle
1967-68 to


million
3. Expo
lion bus
milled t
the firs
acting lo
tal 1,16


prospects materialized for
production. Prices contin-
ar and in October market
Ordinary protein spring
paid for higher proteins.
per bushel this October
emand, October durum prices
eat in all positions on
more than a year earlier
rts of wheat including
hels this year as against
he first quarter was about
t three months of the
wer prices and the larger
7 million bushels. This


is 80 million less than last year's
the smaller crop.


record a


larger carryover about offset


RYE
with the
in all po
of 9.9 mi
increased
exported
used for


Wi Pn~linv'vl


October average
sitions October
.llion bushels t
use for feed.
the first quart
alcohol product


bushel


only b
1 were ne
he first q
Exports o
er a year
ion increa


el
ar
ua
f
ea
se


at Minneapolis
ow a year ago.
'ly 5 million b
rter was sligh
0.9 million bu
rlier. The qu
d slightly ove


in Canada for 1967-68 total 21.7 million
1966-67.


CORN ... prices declined
prospects were confirmed for


Prices
,rntt


a
A


t principal terminals


bushels


10-12% per bushel
a record crop and
in October average


during


St
elow
tly
shel
anti
r la


the July-October period


ocks o
last
above
s comp
ty mil
st yea


as against


in
expo
ed 2
-z- -- 3


f 33 mil
year. D
last yea
are with
led for
r. Supp
27.8 mil


lion bushels
disappearancee
r reflecting
1.2 million
flour and
lies of rye
lion for


the July-September quar
irt demand remained slow
2% per bushel below Oet


ter as
r
ober








for 49@5-66 due to
million were 208 m


i


smaller exports and reduced feeding
llion less than t1e previous season.


Extnorts


rain only of 62


1ne quantities


milling and


alcohol


were


up slightly


from the


year


before.


balance


remaining


feed


1966-67
Feeding
1965-66.


of 3.4


are


billion


estimated


corn


was down


slightly


at 177.9 million


per animal


unit


totaled


from the


compared


19.2


with


bushels


1965-66 season.


170.2 million


last


season as


Animal units


1965-66.


against 20.4


OATS


at Midwest
were nearly


terminals


bushe


1 at


in October were


bushel above


the farm the first quarter of the season.


4i below a year ago but at Portland
;t October. >Stocs of oats in allps-


las


titans a
year.
Exports


t 793


million


were


smallest


First quarter disappearance of


million


of 411 million for


were


1967


about half


2


in over 20 years and 5 percent less than last
82 million was about the same as last year.


those


-68 are 90 million


of the previous year. Canadian sup lies
below those for 1966-67.


BARLEY
quarter. M


... prices


acting


declined


bushel


barley at Minneapolis


at the farm during


in October averaged


the July-September
below a year ago


while


prices


on the West Coast


ranged from 4$


to 20$


lower.


Stocks


in all


positions


totaled
quarter
earlier.


million,


totaled
Export


a drop of


118 million
s of 12 mill


2 percent


from last year.


Disappearance


-- an increase of 9 million over the same
ion, were at about the average ..a.... ra eu sg


the first


last


year.


Industrial


supplies in Canadte fo


ye a 1 S


usage,
1967-


mainly


>8 are


beer and


estimated


alcohol,


was up slightly


at 380 mill ion


Barley


-- 19 million below


",, prices dropped


prospects for a reerd royp zaterialized.


below a ear ago at


bushel


the principal


was indicated


percent above average.
million a year earlier.


terminalE


on October


Carryover stocks


With


are 43 million cwt. be
was 11 million more tha


of


cwt.


we


)er cwt. in the July
Fries O Ocetobr
. A 10operc442 mio
L-- 10 percent more


totaled


137 million


S-September quarter as


than last year and
t. as against 219


... prices


September quarter and


b


in October averaged


lushel
36$


at Illinois


Points in the July-


below October 1966, October 1 condi-


tions


(Supply
report.)


FLA


demand


indicated


a crop of


and distribution


XSEED ... prices


remained


were 26 percent
of 1.8 million


slow for the


below


were


last


both


table


million


bushels,


on a September


at Minneapolis


smaller


year.


averaged


supplies.


7 percent
. basis is


around
Stocks


quarter crushin


below the comparable quarter


more


last year


than


l0oaf


shown ond


a penny under


this


last year as


of 22.1 million


bushel


1967-i


*6 co ares


with


lion for 166-6


NOTE:


Data


on stocks, pro


duction and


seed


usage


from Crop Reporting


Board;


Prices
prices


declined


usea ror wet


record.


GRAIN SORGHUM


million


million
season
Exports


138 million


SOYBEAN


the smaller caryoverT supplies for 1967-68 at .Q
low 1966-67. Disappearance of ma 1nion. w. as1
n the previous season due tp Tncreased feedn
re 10 million below the 1965-66 record.


dropped


the 1966 crop.


First


on October i of 21. million
gs of "mon a expor a


Canadian supplies


r








GRAINS:


MONTHLY


AVERAGE CASH


PRICES


(All pdces Ia ctl pmr huae exce Ipaln a noum aI ofat per cWt.)
Oct. Sept. Aug. Oct. Loan Rate
COMMODITY MARKET GRADE 1967 1967 1967 1966
./ _1967 1966
=.. i. No. I Hard Winter, Ord. Prot. 15 157 156 179 143 143
Kaaa7 No. 1 Hard Winter, 13% Poc. 16 161 160 184 14 14
Fon Woath No. 1 Hard Winter 189186 185 207 168 167
Cicago No. 2 Yellow Hard Winter 160 155 156 173 146 148
No. 2 Red Winter 152 151 149 172 146 148
Toledo No. 2 Red Winter --141140 141 168 -
No. 2 Soft White 141 r1-]4 141 168 -
WHEAT S. Lomia No. 2 Hid Winter 16159 10 175 16 1g
"No. 2 Red Winter 150 147 145 171 146 148
No.1 DNS, Ord. Prot- 165 167 175 195 155 156
Minneapolis No. I DNS, 13% Pro,. 175 176 181 197 159g 160-
No. I DNS, 15% Pro,- 189 186 187 199 16.16_
____No.IH. Amber Dmum (Choice) 210 206 205 216 160 161
Posland No. 1 Soft White .160160 160 175 144 146
No. I Hard Winter, ord.Prot 172 171 177 192 144 146
_________ Baltimore No. 2 Red Winter (garlicky) 13 134 138 157 151 153
RYE Minneapolis No. 2 115 117 115 116 123 123
K sCiNo. 2 white 13 131 130 150 -
KNo. 2 Yellow 120122 124 139 -
omha No. 2 Yellow 114__ 116 118 133 -
SNo. 2 Yellow 119120 123 140 -
CORN Chicaoo...
ONo. 3 Yellow 115 116 119 137__ -_____
Toledo No. 2 Yellow __114116 120 140-
St. Louis No. 2 Yellow 123 124 128 8 -
Minneapolis No. 2 Yellow -111 113 115 13 -
Kanaas City No. 2 White 75747479 -
Chicago No. 2 Extra Heavy White 74 73 74 77 -
OATS Toledo No. 2 White 7747575 -
Minneapolis No. 2 Extra Heavy White 70 68 67 75 -
________Portland No. 2 Extra Heavy White 99 98 94 79 -
Kansas City No. 3 107 107 107 119 106 95
Minneapalis No. 3 or better Mailing (Choice) 128 127 132 15 107 96
BARLEY No- 3 or better 113114 116 123 107 96
BALEY Poland No. 2 Western 45 Ibs. 119 119 122 123 114 103
Sockwn No. 2 Western 46 lbs. 121 122 124 136 118 10
Los Angeles No. 2 Western 46 Ibs. 119 122 124 139 118 107
Kansas City No. 2 yellow 191 207 202 199 185 178
SORGHUM Fo Worth No. 2 Yellow 22 228 233 222 209 204
S ORGHUM -i" 28_- -
Los Angeles Na. 2 Yellow 240 245_ 246 26 228 221
Chicago No. 1 Yellow 261 269 281 296 -
SOYBEANS Toledo No. 1 Yellow 268 279 287- -
Minneapolis No. 1 yellow 253 260 268 285 -









Wheat:


Supply and distribution, 1961-67
SUPPLY


Year Stocks at beginning of period :Produc- :Imports: Total
and : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : grain :
quarter : Farms / :& warehouses 2/ : stocks :tlon only supply
--1,000 bushels--


1961
July
Oct.
Jan.


-66 Av


-Sep
-Dec
-Mar


Apr.-June.
Season..-


t.


.: 108,


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


654:
238:
207:


.: 215.975:


4,189
8,310


,463,


1,038,712


:1,129,
:1.968.


:1,214,024


:1.282.997:


:1,129,


1,214,024:


421 :2,343,887
501 :1,969,300


1,274
896
3,092


:1,640,981
1,283,893
2,346,558


1966-t2


July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..


Jan. -Mar
Apr.-Jun


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


130,771
.: 543,737


7,661


...: 408,
e..: 240,


394,878
889, 552
636,083
459.545


170:1


,310,


1,440,950:
:1,048,742: :
: 702,017: :
: 535,170:1,310,642:


,553,741:


.: 147,066:
.: 609,446:


954,737


962 :1,846,774
32 :1,440,982
124 :1,048,866


1,291


: 702,190
:1,847,103


200 :1,980,


,565,152:


-Mar.
-June


Season


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and
quarter


Used
for
seed


: Milled
: for


flour


Exports
: grain
: only


Feed and
: residual


:Distribution


Total


- flour


: in terms of grain


: Domestic


: Exported


--1.000 bushel


-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...


26,3


147,482


14,265:
62,040:

35,600:
25,450:
150:
17,149:
78,349:


30,000


148,713
146,418
141,663
138,387
575,181

149,635


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


: 210,942
: 184,196
S134,980
: 135,678
: 665,796


: 183,554


-10,265
51,038
-19,661
70,436

10,569
36,176
70,056
-15,313
101,488

51,889


s--


375,087
329,593
357,984
329,686
,392,350


: 405,824
: 392,240
: 346,849
: 275,901
:1,420,814


415,078


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


129,211
125,910
129,686
122,303
507,110

140,508


21,626
24,001
21,093
25,539
92,259


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


9,127


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


owned or controlled by CCC. Additional


1 off-farm


storage


not otherwise


designated.


Does not include Canadian wheat milled in bond,


rat includes about 32,000,000


1961


Al.


r
M


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Supply and distribution,


1961-67


SUPPLY
Year : Stocks at beginning of period : :Impets:
--- -- .Produe- Total
andi : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : : grain :
quarter : rs : / :& warehouses 2/ : stocks : :. : supply
1961-66 Av. --1,000 bushels--
July-Sept......: 2,581 : 145 : 6,711 : 9,437 : 32,582 : 322 : 42,341
Oct.-Deo........:16,389 : 236 : 13,609 : 30,234 : : 241 : 30,475
Jan.-Mhr.......: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 : 27,921 : 299 : 47,231
Oct.-Dec.......:15,610 : 683 : 21,505 : 37,798 : : 396 : 38,194
Jan.-Mar.......: 9,479 : 605 : 18,213 : 28,297 : : 123 : 28,420
Apr.-June......: 7,570 : 559 : 16,192 : 24,321 : : 809 : 25,130
Season. ..... : : : : 19,011 : 27,921 : 1,627 : 48,559
1967-68
July-Sept......: 3,601 : 523 : 14,573 : 18,697 : 24,002 : 100 : 42,799
Oct.-Dec.......:11,820 : 474 : 20,612 : 32,906 :
Jan. -Mar........ : : : : :
Apr.-June......: : : : : : :
Seasn....... : : : : :
DISTRIBUTION
Year : Used : Used : Milled : Exports : Feed and :
and : for : for : for : grain : residual : Total
quarter : seed : alcohol : flour : only : / :
: --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 : 3,640 : 9,433
Oct.-Dec.......: 2,392 : 1,196 : 1,332 : 733 : 4,244 : 9,897
Jan.-ar.......: 260 : 1,448 : 1,327 : 1,070 : -6 : 4,099
Apr.-June......: 156 : 1,144 : 1,182 : 1,361 : 2,590 : 6,433
Season.......: 5,200 : 4,663 : 5,139 : 4,392 : 10,468 : 29,862
1967-68
Ju!y-Sept......: 2,400 : 920 : 1,400 : 927 : 4,246 : 9,893
Oct.-Dec.......: : : : : :
Jan.-Mar....... : : : : :
Apr.-June......: : : : : :
Season.......: : : : : :


J/
CCC-c


Owned and stored in bins or other storage
owned grain is included in other positions.


owned or controlled by CCC.


Additional


All off-farm storage not otherwise designated.


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Corn:


Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


1965-67


Year Stocks at beginning of period : Produc- :Imports Total
and Farms CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : grain o
quarter : : :& warehouses 2/: stocks only -
--1,000 bushels--


Oct. -Dee .


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


-Dec..


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


: 581,449:
:3,084,863:
:2,122,751:


..:1,323,576:


529,705:
,884,666:
,033,694:
,330,004:


563,182:


307,608:
299,291:
262,073:
184,728:


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


97,571


257,985
657,184
478,469
274,556


176,169
669,790
572,549
307,646


156,527


1,147,042:4,084,342:
4,041,338:
*2,863,293: :
.1,782,860.
:1,147,042:4,084,342:

: 840,243:4,103,323:
:3,662,947. :
:2,704,522: :
:1,735,340: :
: 840,243:4,103,323:

S817,280.4,717,422.


5,231,540
:4,041,602
:2,863,532
.1,783,083
:5,232,266

4,943,815
:3,663,054
2,704,835
.1,735,560
4,944,455


*:


DI$TRIBUTIQlq
Uer sed Wt : Used : grapTh : ed n
and : for pc : : for : graln : residual : Tol..
quarter seed:alcohl:"ony
quarter : seed : : alcohol : only : 3/ :


1965-66
Oct. -fDet...
Jan.- r...
Apr. -June..
Juty-Sept..
Season,..
1966-67
Oet,-Dec...
Jan.-Mar...
Apr.-June..
July-Sept..
Season...
1967-68


-Dec..


10,127

12,659


2,699
10,798


13,497


51,045
49,193
52,022
52,068
204,328

50,326
48,888
53,016
53,105
205,335


7,884
8,512
8,252
5,182
29,830

6,887
8,865
9,496
6,008
31.256


192,532
165,472
172,831
138,890
669,725

134,927
120,938
100,376
105,348
461,589


: 938,741
: 952,600
: 837,440
* 746,700
: 3,475,481

: 1,088,728


: 777,142
: 795,809
: 73,5819
: 3,415,498


1,178,309
1,080,672
942,840
4,392,023

958,532
969,495

4,127,175


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


Owned and


stored


* .
in bins or other storage owned Or controlled by C.


CCC-owned grain


is included in other positions


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Oats:


Supply and distribution,


1961-67


SUPPLY


Year


quarter


FarmB


Stocks at beginningor period
SCC :Mlls. elevators Toa- -
:CCC :Mills. elevators: Total


:& warehouses/


stocks


Produc-
tion


Imports:
grain
only


Total
supply


--1,000


oushels--


1961-66 Av:


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

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


1967-68
July-Sept
Oct.-Dec.


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


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


: 240,746
675,361
554,800
S353.611


*: 198,232
.: 659,495


51,410


: 4,317


: 4,211


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


: 6,664
: 6.674


66.694


66,107
147,915


80.985


64,641
127,282


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

: 316,206
: 832,912
660,054
: 441,460
: 316.206


: 269,537
: 793,451


570 :1


,246,481


823 : 927,998
865 : 752,320


953,426


102 :1


798.089


: 1.102


798.089


805,649


498,362
,249,013


:1,114,789
: 833,591
: 661,156
: 442,341
:1,117,451


302 :1,075


DISTRIBUTION


Year U: Exports Feed and
and : Used for seed grain only residual J/ Total
quarter :: ::
--1,000 bushels--
1961-66 Av:
July-Sept. 3,312 : 6,375 : 309,619 : 319,306
Oct.-Dec.. 3,312 : 4,383 : 168,848 : 176,543
Jan.-Afr.. 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

July-Sept. 2,660 : 8,587 270,630 : 281,877
Oct.-Dec.. : 2,660 : 6,323 : 164,554 : 173,537
Jan. -ar. 10,639 : 463 : 208,594 : 219,696
Apr.-June.: 37,238 : 1,366 : 134,200 : 172,804
Season.. 53,197 : 16,739 : 777,978 : 847,914
1967-68
July-Sept. 2,500 : 4,495 : 275,042 : 282,037
Oct.-Dec.. : : :
Jan,-ar.. : : :
Apr.-June. :: : :
Season.. : : :


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


owned or controlled by CCC.


Additional


--- --


,










Barley:


Supply and


distribution,


1961-67


SUPPLY


Year


quarter


Stocks at


beginning of period


:Mills,


Farms


elevators:


:& warehouses


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


:Imparts
: grain
* only


* Total
* supply


1961-66 Av.
July-Sept....
Oct.-Dec.....
Jan,-Mar.....
Apr.-June....
Season.....
19a6.-67
July-Sept....
Oct.-Dee.....


Jan, -Mar..
Apr.-June.


--1, 000 bushels--


: 55,290 : 9,956
:253,320 :10,649


:110.905


.245,


: 8,452


: 5,118


...:177
...:113


Season.....
1967-68
Ju3ly-Sept....


55.956


65,358
153,099
120.871


,388~


134,853
110,348
87.711


60.557


: rv0rh


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


: 104,763
: 385,223
S292.327


205,371
104,763


120,753
377,904


: 398,267


398.267


389.557


:1,881
: 4,160
: 750


:530,752
:421,228
:321,355


: 8.556 :537.427


:494,779
:388.780


17 :292


: 1,996
C 6,029


S373


:207,367
:500,349

:496,244


Jan, -Mar..,.:
Apr -June....:
Season,. .:


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and
quarter


Used


for


seed


Industrial
use


Exports
grain anly


: Feed ad :
: residual :


--1,000 bushels--


Total


-a>


July-Sept....
Oct,-Dec.....
Jan. -le.....,
Apr.-June..,..
Season.....
1966-67
July-Sept....
Oct.-Dec.....
Jan.-Mar....
Apr,-June,..
Season....
1967-68
July-Sept....,
Oat.-Dee,. .
Jasn.-"Mar.a...
Apr. -June...
Season,...


on Owned
tional CCC-


and


2,681
4,596
10,340


8,600
15,925

1,300


25,410
21, 090
22,537


* 30,786
: 109,474


12,541
19,418
13,984

69,478


6,187


30,000


: 74,202
: 57,4
: 66,493

: 231,299

: 64,790
: 60,723


: 211,338

I 493


-113 .684
* 11
: ~I

a 416,348
: 109, 556
C 96,453


: 379,596

S &


I3 :: """"": :


stored


owned grain is


in bins or other storage owned or controlled 00 CCC.


Addi-


included in other positions.


All of-farm stores nt f-arm sto not oherwse desaed include mrh


J~

-
AU


2/


22Lt


Oi3t.-Dec, i


----:. .


nr








Grain sorghum


Supply and distribution,


1965-67


SUPPLY


Year : Stocks at beg inning of per iod
and .: : :Mill s, elevators: Total Produc- Total
quarter : 1 :& warehouses 2/: stocks : ti suppy
: --1,000 cwt.--
196-66 *
Oct.-Dec.......: 26,568: 2,635 : 287,497 : 316,700: 376,711 : 693,411
Jan.-Mar.......: 119,234 : 2,634 : 425,846 : 547,714 : 547,714
Apr.-June......: 74,809 : 2,644 : 328,067 : 405,520 : : 405,520
July -Sept......: 39,957: 2,679 : 255,773 : 298,409: : 298,409
Season....... : : : 316,700: 376,711: 693,411
1Q66-67
Oct.-Dec.......: 28,344: 2,644 : 188,085 : 219,073 : 403,432: 622,505
Jan.-Mar.......: 133,962 : 2,594 : 326,054 : 462,610 : : 462,610
Apr.-June......: 76,476 : 2,590 : 217,665 : 296,731 : : 296,731
Ju -Sept......: 47,0 : 2,579 : 139,411 189,080 : : 189,080
Season.......: : 2 : 219,073 : 403,432 : 622,505
1967-68 :



Season.......: : : : : :

DISTRIBUTION
Year : 193: Industrial : : Feed and :
and : for sed : and food : Exports : residual : Total
quarter : : uses &/ : __: / :
: --1,000 cwt.--
1965-66 :
Oct.-Dec.......: : 1,540 : 27,980 : 116,177 : 145,697
Jan.-Mar.......: 118 : 1,540 : 40,883 : 99,653 : 142,194
Apr.-June......: 1,060 : 1,540 : 34,965 : 69,546 : 107,111
Apr. -Juzie .... : I 0a10,11






July-Sept......: : 1,540 : 45,130 : 32,666 : 79,336
Season.......: 1,178 : 6,160 : 148,958 : 318,042 : 474,338
i966-67
Oct.-Dec.......: : 1,540 : 42,064 : 116,291 : 159,895
Jan.-ar.......: 138 : 1,540 : 36,128 : 128,073 : 165,879
Apr.-June......: 1,241 : 1,540 : 33,218 : 71,652 : 107,651
July-Sept......: : 1,540 : 27,016 : 23,247 : 51,803
Season.......: 1,379 : 6,160 : 138,426 : 339,263 : 485,228
1967-68 :
Oct.-Dec.......: : : :
Jan.,-Mar.......: : US 1,4 40839,5 ,9





Apr.-June.......
July-Sept......: : : : 1
Season........ :


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


Additional


2/ All off-farm storage not otherwise design
3/ Principally alcohol and distilled spirits.


rated.


Includes allowance


for wet-process






- 10


Soybeans:


Supply and distribution,


1965-67


SUPPLY.
Year :Stocks at beginng of eriod rodue- Total
and C : *Mills, elevators: Total : :l
quarr rms/es/stion supply
quarter : : 1/ :& warehouses 2/: stocks : .
1 flflf 1~nnhl^Q -^


1965-66


tCpt


-Dec


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


....: V,)OO
. I -0
.....: 284,310
.....: 149,747
-----: 19.155


2,131


225,888
114,867


618,432
375,635
134,022
29,699


87 5.307


: 375,635
: 134,022
: 875,307


Sept.


-Dec


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


. : 3


7,060


.....: 218,624
'.i: 85,402


: 931.491


31,227
376.911


114.131


459,056
199,533
35,639


: 931,491


967,130
723,971
459,056


967,130


1967-68


Sept


-Dec


42,203


48,357


90,560


: 993


:1,084,


Jan.-Mar.
Apr.-June
July-Aug.
a son. _


....:


:
-t


I~c


-- -
DISTRIBUTION
-- .


Year


quater


Used
for seed


0 rushed
at mlls


Exports


r eea and


a


~1 $LJL5r.


a-;


1965-66


Sept


-Dec ...


Jan. -Mar..


-June.


July-Aug.
Season.


171,613
144,717
138,700
82,447
537.477


107,863
58,220
61.339


-22,601
39,860
-1.293


250,591


256~ tm-ma


241,613
98,383
839,668


i9&&'6-62


Sept.-Dec
Jan.-Mar.


0
46,613


-June


July-Aug.
Season.


178,937
140,397
141,963
89.980


102,996
59,791
61.380


257,142


-38,774
64,727
9,567
-13,982
21,538


243,159
264,915
259,523
108,973
876,570


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


Owned and


stored


in bins


or other storage owned or controlled by 000.


CCC-owned grain


is included in other positions


2/ All off-farm storage
1t/ Un r.+ niinrV.+ ,, -+d .


not otherwise


e designated.


loss.


and statistical errors in esti-


Il~ymr


UUPI~II;~J


1967~-~8


Aaaltlonar


net St:P






- 11


Flaxseed:


Supply and distribution, 19W1-67


SUPPLY


Year Stocks at beginning of period : Pc- Imports:
and : Farm CCC All others : Total : tion : grain : supply
quarter : : : : stocks : on.y : ^-l
S--1,000 bushels--
1961-66 Av.
July-Sept.......: 1,647: 1 6,619 8,267 29,050 0: 37,317
Oot.-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 : 23,871 : 0: 39,189
Oct.-Dec........: 10,094: 4: 18,852 :28,950 : 0: 28,950
Jan.-Mar........ 7,693: 0: 14,300 : 21,993 : : 0: 21,993
Apr.-June ......: 5,644: 0: 13,369 :19,013 : 0: 19,013
Season........ : : : 15,318 : 23,871 : 0: 39,189
1967-68 :
July-Sept.......: 1,430: 0: 7,855 : 9,285 : 20,314 : 0: 29,599
Oct.-Dec......: 8,763: 0: 12,614 : 21,377 : : :
Jan.-ear... ..: : : : :
Apt.-June...:
Season. .... : :
DISTRIBUTION

Yeand : Used : Crushed : Exported : Other disap- : Total
quarter : for seed : for oil pearance ./ :
: --1,000 bushels--
1961-66 Av, :
Ju3y-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 : 2,065 : 10,239
Oct.-Dec........: 62 : 5,539 : 1,298 : 58 : 6,957
Jan.-ar........: : 4,593 : 0 : -1,613 : 2,980
Apr.-June.......: 1,489 : 4,718 : 2,800 : 721 : 9,728
Season........: 1,551 : 19,657 : 7,465 : 1,231 : 29,904
1967-68 :
July-Sept.......: : 3,650 : 1,796 : 2,776 : 8,222
*~ a AG ** a** a
Oct. c..... .
Jan.-ar .. ,. .
Apr. -June. .. ... : : .
So .. : .
Season....,.a


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


All off-farm storage not otherwise


Additional


designated.


SA





UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT


OF AGRICULTURE


Postage and Fees Paid


. Department of


Consumer and Marketing Service
Grain Division


AgriculturI


Federal Ce:
Hyattsville,
- -- --


nter


Building


MAaryland


20782


UNIVERSE OF FLORIDA

31262081570367


OFFICIAL BUSINESS-


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AuRIC EXP STA


GA IsE


ACGI


OoUI1


UNIV


32601


Gra ins:


Quantity


outstanding under support and


owned


by CCC


compared


with


total


stocks,


October


1967


1966


(Data in 1,000 bushels


except grain


sorghum in 1,000 cwt.)


Grain


:_ Under support .
:Current crop:Prior crops:

: 1/ : 2/ :


Owned


:Total


under


:support and


Total


% o
stocks :.

by CCC


October


. 1967


Wheat
Rye .
Corn
Oats
Barle.
Grain


138,258


..i..


Sorghum
Soybeans
Flaxseed


16,946
15,804


175,938
28,019
7.814


14,511
13,945


120,069
6,737
138,758


108,154
7.363


3,063


321,685
7,587
314,696
90,787
29.371


122,665
21,308
3,846


32,906
817,280
793,451
377,904


137,277


21,377


Wheat
Rye ..
Corn .
Oats .
Barley
Grain


.....:


. ... *
.*.. .:


3,137
1,129


11,115
7,200


79,977
40,053


October
00,121
8,936


52,540
8,738


. 1966


434,391
10,065
528,575
103,708
21,091


1,440,950
37,798
840,243
832,912
385,223


Sorghum
Soybeans
Flaxseed


20.658


,390


236,048


12,136


219,073
35,639
28,950


Vi Quantity of
repaid.


current crop placed


under


support minus the quantity of


loans


2/ Quan


ititv


of Previous


croDs out


standing under reseal


Programs.


*


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