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Grain market news
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United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service. -- Grain Division
United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service. -- Livestock, Poultry, Grain, and Seed Division
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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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CONSUMER AND MARKETING SERVICE


DEPARTMEW.A9QF


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QUARTERLY
SUIAMRY
AND
STATISTICS


April


calendar year4.


Wheat,


cd soybeans declined.


a mixed


trend


grain sorghum and
Most grain prices


during the


flaxseed


in April


first quarter


advanced


were


while


above


of the


corn,


1967


oats


a year ago with


the exception of


soybeans.


less than last year.


Stocks


Wheat stocks


of feed grains


smalle


on April 1
st since 1


were


952


while


soybeans


stocks were


percent above a year earlier.


WHEAT


... prices advanced


the deteriorating prospects


in the January-March quarter reflecting


for the


1967 winter wheat crop.


However,


in part
around


April 12,


rains


week of April at
high protein wheat


13 per


bushel above


prices dropped


sharply to around


the principal


terminals


r


the January 1
as. Prices f
anged from 6$


27$ higher for durum wheat.


a year ago.


of whe


evel fo
or the


above


The average
at in all


allowing general
first three
a year ago for
for all markets


positions


totaled


the total stocks,


703 million


wad


bushels


ity Credit


-- 214 million less
Corporation owned 147


than a


million


year ago.


bushels


against 450 million a year earlier.


March,


totaled 583 million


Canadian stocks


Exports


--36 million


of wheat on March


of wheat and


below the


31 amounted


to 847


sane


flour,
months


July through


last


season.
an


increase of nearly


100 million from a year ago.


Wheat exports


from United


States,


Canada,


1,240 million
earlier.


Argentina and Australia,


bushels


-- a drop of


160 million from the


sau~


totaled
months


around


a year


ices


axj ... pr
dropped around


at Minneapolis were


were slightly


below


held


about steady during the January-March quarter


in April.


slightly above
last year but


Despite


a year earlier.


second


largest


drop,
Rye s


since


April
tocks


1944.


prices
of 24.3


million


Of the total


stock ,
Exports


C000 owne
of rye,


million exported


d


million


bushels


July through March,
last season. Cons


as against 4.7 million


3.0 million


-- well


rye for alcohol


the 1.7


bushelA and milling for flour at 4.0 million were


both slightly above


last


year.,


The quantity remaining for feed


at 7.9 million for the


first


three


quarters was about the


same


as for a


ar earlier.


GOEN


... prices


at the farm,


bushel above last year due
smaller supplies. Market


in part


January through March,


to the


larger number of


prices declined slightly


in April


averaged


livestock and the
and for the first


three weeks averaged


5$ per


bushel


above


a year earlier.


Stocks


or corn in


GRAIN DIVISION


UNITED


V.oume 10 No.


Grain prices followed


1967


were


10 percent


over much of the drought-stricken are


April 1


Stocks


million


bushels,


July through March,


bushel


totaled


umption of


a year earlier


above


at 3.4 million







Exports the
below the f
wet milling


the first half
irst half


of the


last


or slightly


season


season.


less


than


totaled


About


million


100 million


a year earlier.


--- a drop of


bushels


corn


Corn remaining


106 million


were


for feed


used


totaled


1,810
1966-6


million


bushels,


are estimated


a drop


of 21 million from last


at 173.4 million


compared


season.


Animal


with 166.0 million for


units
1965-


Feeding of
as against


corn
11.0


animal


last


unit


totaled


10.4


bushels


first half


of this


season


year.
I


OATS


above


a year


... prices


earlier due


mainly for feed,


more


than


same


at the farm,


in part


July through March,


period


last


year.


January through March,


to the smaller


totaled
Exports


supplies
million


averaged 3% per
Disappearance


bushels


of 15 million


-- 5


first


bushel
of oats


million


nine


months


compare


with


million


same


period


a year earlier.


Canadian


stocks


of oats


on March


totaled


million as


against


million last


year.


BARLEY


... prices


held


fairly


steady the


first


four months


of the calendar


year


Malting


barley weakened


slightly


in April


and averaged


a little


below


last


year. Du
terminals
positions
earlier.


ring April,


were


on April


Disappearance


barley pr


below


totaled


ices


averaged


in the Pacific


million


of 292 million


above


Northwest


bushels


bushel


a year


Barley


as against


go at C
stocks


alifornia
in all


193 million a year


s, July through March,


was


6 million


less


totaled
bushels
season.


than last


year due


30 million


to smaller


as against


of barley were


Stocks


fed the


of Canadian


exports.


million a


first


barley,


nine


March


Exports,


year


months


earlier.


the first
Around


compared


totaled


nine
183


with 168


256 million


months
million


million last
-- 64 million


more


than


a year


ago.


GRAIN SORGHUM


... prices


at the farm for the


first


three


months


of 1967


averaged


prices


cwt.


in April


above


a year


averaged


ago reflecting the


oft.


above April 1966.


smaller


Stocks


supplies


of 297


Market
million


cwt.


(530 million


bushels)


in all


positions


on April 1


were


109 million,


or 27


percent


less


than


a year earlier.


Of the total


stocks,


owned


million


cwt.,


a drop of


90 million from last


year.


Record


exports


of 77 million


compare


with


69 million


a year


earlier.


quantity remaining


for feed


at 245


of 1965-66.


same


of 1966-


eans


and in
on April 1


I









GRAINS:


MONTHLY


AVERAGE CASH


PRICES


(All prices in cats per bushel except grain eaorhu in cets per cwt.)


COMMODITY


WHEAT


*


MARKET


Kansas City


GRADE


No. 1 Hard Winter, Ord. Prot.
No. 1 Hard Winter, 13% Proc.


Apr.
1967
l/


Mar.
1967


Feb.
1967


Apr.
1966


Loan
Rate


1966


'An


1965


X474


Fort Worth No. 1 Hard Winter ,206 211 202 19 167 167
Chicago No. 2 Yellow Hard Winter177 182 172 164. 14.8 14.
, No. 2 Red Winter 175 180 170 164 148 148
Toledo No. 2 Red Winter 167 173 165 157 -______
No. 2 Soft White 166 172 164 161__ __-______
St. Louis No. 2 Hard Winter 180 189 179 165 148 148
No. 2 Red Winter 177 182 17 166 148 148
No. I DNS, Ord. Prot. 191 194 188 17 156 158
Minneapolis No. 1 DNS, 13% Purot.191 194 189 176 160 162
No.1 DNS, 15% Prot.192 195 191 186 166-168
_____No. 1H. Amber Duum (Choice)204 27203 177161163
Portland No. 1 Soft White 176 172 167 153 146 144
No. 1 Hard Winter, Ord. Proc. 193 191 18z 172 1A6 1l.


Baltimore


No. 2 Red Winter (garlicky)


RYE Minneapolis No. 2 115 120 118 11 123 124
Kansas ciy No. 2 White 4149 148 149 135 -
No. 2 Yellow 138 138 137 132 -
Omaha No. 2 Yellow 128 131 131 125 -_______
CORN ChicagoNo. 2 Yellow 139 41 1 131 -
COR Chica No. 3 Yellow 135 137 137 128 -
Toledo No. 2 Yellow _136 138 136 128____
St. Louis No. 2 Yellow 141 147 146 1352 -
__________Minneapolis No. 2 Yellow_______132134 129132


OATS


BARLEY


GRAIN


SORGHUM


Kansas City


No. 2 White


Chicago No. 2 Extra Heavy White 77
Toledo No. 2 White 77
Minneapolis No. 2 Extra Heavy White 72


Portland


Kansas City
Minneapolis


No. 2 Extra Heavy White


No. 3


No. 3 or better Malting (Choice
No. 3 or better


Portland No. 2 Western 45 lbs.
Stockton No. 2 Western 46 lbs.


Los Angeles
Kansas City
Fort Worth
Los Angeles


Chicag
Trnl eArln


No. 2 Western 46 lbs.


No. 2 Yellow
No. 2 Yellow
No. 2 Yellow
No. 1 yellow
Tn 1 *P-Itn-


S91
19'1


78 77 75 _- -
76 76 76 -
72 70 670__ __=
"~8~' te~~g-_'

116 119 119 95 95
137 136 136 96 96


11*


1A39


1'~7


215
250


217
251
268
291


A U flflJs F CflJ dflh.. ~fl


1 210


178


261 247
291 298


- I


22A


a


I/-


f* -a








Wheat:


Supply and distribution, 1960-67
SUPPLY


Year _____Stocks at beginning of period : Produc- :Imports: ITot
and : : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : : grain : Tt
quarter : Farms : / :& warehouses 2/ : stocks : tlon only : supply
: --1,000 bushels--
1960-65 Av.
July-Sept..: 101,324: 48,919 : 1,078,438 :1,228,681:1,221,844: 539 : 2,451,064
Oct.-Dec...: 467,641: 46,883 : 1,582,520 :2,097,044: : 895 : 2,097,939
Jan.-Mar...: 359,526:47,647: 1,378,911 :1,786,084: :1,850 : 1,787,934
Apr.-June.. 216,477: 40,668 : 1,183,706 :1,440,851: : 1,251 : 1,442,102
Season... : : :1,228,681:1,221,844: 4,535 : 2,455,060
1965-66
July-Sept..: 132,515:11,049 : 673,691 : 817,255:1,315,613: 123 : 2,132,991
Oct.-Dec...: 558,292: 10,818 : 1,134,884 :1,703,994: : 37 : 1,704,031
Jan.-Mar... 405,314: 10,650 : 920,026 :1,335,990: : 224 : 1,336,214
Apr.-June..: 255,582: 10,467 : 651,276 : 917,325: : 163 : 917,488
Season...: : : : 817,255:1, 315,613 547 : 2,133,415
1966-67 :
July-Sept..: 130,771: 9,707 : 394,692 : 535,170:1,310,642: 962 : 1,846,774
Oct.-Dec...: 543,737: 7,661 : 889,552 :1,440,950: : 32 : 1,440,982
Jan.-Mar...: 408,733: 3,926 : 636,083 :1,048,742: : 195 : 1,048,937
Apr.-June..: 240,933: 1,539 : 460,218 : 702,690
Season : : : : :
DISTRIBUTION
Year : Used : Milled : Exports : Feed and : :Distribution flour
and : for : for : grain : residual : Total : in terms of grain
quarter : seed : flour 4/: only : A/ : : Domestic : Exported
S--1,000 bushels--


1960-65 Av.
July-Sept..
Oct. -Dec...
Jan. -Mar ..
Apr.-June..
Season...
1965-66
July-Sept..
Oct.-Dec..,
Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June..
Season...
1966-67


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


: 27
* 20


: 131
: 14,304
S61.816


: 23,
: 23.


: 14,262
: 61,067


.. 35,
*.: 25,


: 148,
: 157,
: 151,
: 148,
: 604,


: 148,311
: 152,434
: 144,744
: 146,093
: 591,582


600: 150,702
450: 149,166


: 139,365
: 156,485
: 149,304
: 173,541
: 618,695


: 187,
: 166,
: 213,
: 217,
: 785,


: 211,648
: 184,196
: 137,045


S160,056


65,320


354,020:
311,854:
347,083:
312,660:
325.617.


,997:
,041:
,889:
,318:
,245:

,824:
,989:
.247.


126,098
131,508
127,141
122,651
507,398


,614
,485
,869
,934
,902


131,200
127,709
127.321


: 21,
25,
: 24,
S25,
* 97.


. 18,
: 19,
*: 12,


S19,502
. 20,508
S10,411


Apr.-June.
Season..


Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled by CCC. Additional


CC-owned grain


2/
2/


is included in other positions.


All off-farm storage not otherwise designated.


Does not include Canadian wheat milled in bond,


rat includes about 10,000,000








Supply and distribution,


1960-67


SUPPLY
Year : Stocks at beginning of period : Produ- "Imports: Total
and : : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : tion grain :
quarter ,r 4 _/ :& warehouses 2/ : stocks : : osnlyp
19.-65 Av. --1,000 bushels--
July-Sept......: 2,427: 217 : 6,323 : 8,967: 32,559 : 712 : 42,238
Oct"-Dec,......: 16,390: 200 : 13,640 : 30,230: 223 : 30,453
Jan.-M4ar.......: 10,019: 165 : 10,768 : 20,952: : 198 : 21,150
Apr.-June...... : 6,369: 158 : 9,142 : 15,669: : 274 : 15,943
Season......: : : : 8,967: 32,559 :1,407 : 42,933

July-Sept......: 2,638: 167 : 10,048 : 12,853: 33,223 : 406 : 46,482
Oct.-Dec.......: 18,182: 582 : 17,240 : 36,004: : 93 : 36,097
Jan.-Lhr.......: 13,141: 585 : 15,092 : 28,818: 526 : 29,344
Apr.-June......: 9,945: 585 : 14,284 : 24,814: 728 : 25,542
Season.......: : : : 12,853: 33,223 :1,753 : 47,829
.1966-.67 a
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: : 20 :28,317
Apr.-June.....: 7,570: 559 : 16,125 : 24,254: :
Season.. .... : a a
DISTRIBUTION
Year : Used : Used : Milled : Exports : Feed and :
and : for : for : for : grain : residual : Total
quarter : seed : alcohol : flour : only : ]/ :
: --1,000 bushels--
1960-65 Av.
July-Sept...... 2,817 : 668 : 1,159 : 2,754 : 4,610 12,008
Oet.-Dec.......: 2,817 : 1,191 : 1,196 : 2,345 : 1,952 : 9,501
Jan.-Mar.......: 326 : 1,273 : 1,182 : 1,711 : 990 : 5,482
Apr.-June......: 163 : 1,000 : 1,131 : 2,795 : 1,416 : 6,505
Season.......: 6,123 : 4,132 : 4,668 : 9,605 : 8,968 : 33,496
1965-66
Ju3,y-Sept......: 2,587 : 803 : 1,285 : 742 : 5,061 : 10,478
Oct.-Dec........ 2,587 : 1,116 : 1,326 : 796 : 1,454 : 7,279
Jan.-Mar.......: 300 : 1,353 : 1,382 137 : 1,358 : 4,530
Apr.-June......: 150 : 1,121 : 1,246 : 2,139 : 1,875 : 6,531
Season.......: 5,624 : 4,393 : 5,239 : 3,814 : 9,748 : 28,818
1966-67 :
July-Sept......: 2,392 : 875 : 1,298 : 1,228 : 3,640 9,433
Oet.-Dec.......: 2,392 : 1,196 1,332 : 733 : 4,244 : 9,897
Jan.-Mar.......: 208 : 1,370 : 1,394 : 1,071 : 20 : 4,063
Apr. -June .....: : : : :
S ao n .* a S
Sason


CCC-o


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


. Additional


2/ All off-farm storage
2/ Mostly quantity fed,
estimates.


;s not otherwise designated.


but also includes waste,


loss,


and statistical errors in








Corn:


Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


1960-67


Year : Stocks at beginning of period : Produe- :Imports Total
and Farms CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : i ~: grain
quarter : : / :& warehouses 2/: stocks : : only sy
--1,000 bushels--
1960-65 Av,
Oct.-Dec....: 566,654: 501,771: 603,102 :1,671,527:3,722,911: 244 :5,394,682
Jan.-Mar....:2,995,807: 546,647: 780,921 :4,323,375: : 271 :4,323,646
Apr.-June...:2,078,169: 506,127: 654,488 :3,238,784: : 331 :3,239,115
July-Sept...:1,434,415: 424,335: 482,690 :2,341,440: : 243 :2,341,683
Season.... : : :1,671,527:3,722,911: 1,089 :5,395,527
1965-66
Oct.-Dec....: 581,449: 307,608: 257,985 :1,147,042:4,084,342: 156 :5,231,540
Jan.-Mar.. .. :3,084,863: 299,291: 657,184 :4,041,338: : 263 :4,041,601
Apr.-June...:2,122,751: 262,073: 478,469 :2,863,293: : 212 :2,863,505
July-Sept...:1,323,576: 193,104: 266,180 :1,782,860: : 100 :1,782,960
Season....: : : :1,147,002:4,084,342: 731 :5,232,115
1966-67 :
Oct.-Dec....: 529,705: 134,369: 176,169 : 840,243:4,103,323: 249 :4,943,815
Jan.-Mar... :2,884,666: 108,491: 669,790 :3,662,947: : 145 :3,663,092
Apr.-June... :2,033,694: 98,279: 571,990 :2,703,963: :
July-Sept... .
Season....
S a


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and


quarter


Used
for
seed


Wet
process


Used
for


: alcohol


: Exports
: grain
: only


Feed and
: residual


Total


--1,000 bushels--


1960-65


-Dec..


Jan. -Mar..
Apr.-June.
July-Sept.
Season..
1965-66
Oct.-Dec..
Jan. -Mar..
Apr. -June.
July-Sept.
Season..


,231
,116
,108
,486
,941


11,00


938,741
952,599
837,413
746,259
,475,012


: 1,190,202
: 1,178,308
: 1,080,645
: 942,717
: 4,391,872


1966-67
Oct.-Dec.
Jan.-Mar.


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


S


2,699


:1,088,
: 781,


48,888


: 1,280,868
: 959,129


Lj/ Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled
CCC-owned grain is included in other positions.
2/ All off-farm storage not otherwise designated.


by CCC.


Additional


Mostly quantity fed,


but includes corn for dry milling and farm household use


W








Oats:


Supply and distribution,


1960-67


SUPPLY


Year
and


quarter


Farms


Stocks at beginning of period
: COC :Mills, elevators: Total


warehouses~


stocks


Produe-


tion


:Imports:
. grain :
only


Total
supply


-1,000 bushels--


196-65 Av:


July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan. -Nr..
Apr.-June.
Season..
-66
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan.- Mar..
Apr.-June.
Season..
19Z66-67
July-Sept.
eOct.-Dee..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
Season..


: 240,423
: 844,343
: 685,966
: 433,648


: 2,
: 2,
: 2,
: 2.


169:
666:
664:
513:


47,999
112,739
80,438
65,766


S290,591:
S959,748:
769,068:
S"501,927"


: 290,591


: 213,738
: 780,118
: 659,865
: 448,355


: 240,746
S
: 675,361
: 554,800
: 353,611


: 6,520
: 9,403
: 9,406
: 9,388


S9,389
S9,636
7,232
S6,864


56,250
129,210
93,199
77,870


66,071
147,915
98,022


: 276,508
918,731
: 762,470
: 535,613
: 276,508


* 316,206
: 832,912
: 660,054
: 441,318


998,722


S998,722

S926,851
S


S926,851


798,089


S492


* 750
795
:2,731

S692
" 876
3 963
* 583
:3,114


* 494
* 679
" 920


1,289,805
" 960,442
S769,818


:1,204,051
S919,607


: 763,
: 536,
:1,206,


433
196
473


1,114,789
* 833,591
" 660,974


DISTRIBUTION


Yer Exports Feed and
and : Used for seed : grain only : residual / : Total
quarter *
: --1,000 bushels--
13690 6 Av
July-Sept. 3,542 : 6,739 : 319,774 : 330,055
Oct.-Dec.. 3,542 2,922 : 184,944 : 191,408
Jan.-Mar.. 14,170 1,790 : 251,818 : 267,778
Aor.-June. 49,594 3,985 : 155,970 : 209,549
Season..: 70,848 : 15,436 : 912,506 : 998,790

July-Sept.: 2,967 9,195 : 273,158 : 285,320
Oct.-Dec..: 2,967 : 13,167 141,003 : 157,137
Ja.-1ar.. 11,869 : 1,504 : 214,447 : 227,820
Apr.-June. 41,540 : 12,346 166,104 : 219,990
Season..: 59,343 : 36,212 : 794,712 : 890,267

July-Sept,: 2,709 : 8,587 : 270,581 : 281,877
Oct.-Dec..: 2,709 : 6,323 : 164,505 : 173,537
Jan.-Mar..: 10,835 : 450 : 208,371 : 219,656
Apr.-June.: : : :
Season..: : : :


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


2/ All off-farm stora
.2/ Mostly quantity fe
-r k S *--


owned


or controlled by CCC


Additional


,ges not otherwise designated.


d, but includes oats


for oatmeal currently estimated at


- a -


a a


mil-








Barley:


Supply and distribution,


1960-67


SIJPPI!~


Year
and
quarter


Stocks at


Farms


* Ccc


beginning of period


:lAiIlls,


elevators:


:& warehouses


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


:Imports:
Grain :
Sn :


Total
supply


1960-65


:--1,000 bushels--
Av.


July-Sept..
Oct.-Dec.....
Jan.-Mar....
Apr.-June....
Season.....
1965-66
July-Sept....
Oct.-Dec..,*
Jai. n,-Mar....
Apr.-June....
Season.....
1966-67
July-Sept....
Oct. -Dec.....
Jan.-Mar.....
Apr.-June....
Season.....


: 59,
: 267,
: 198,
: 119.


: 38,
: 243,


: 11,238:
: 12,056:
: 10,857:
: 9,910:


: 6,
: 6,


: 184,514:
. 99,174:


: 46,132
: 245,252
: 177,193
: 113,874


74,149
160,615
126,700
97,751


54,643
137,146
110,240
88,192


53,306
135,731
110,348
87,497


* 5,
: 5,
: 4,
: 4,


: 144,926
: 440,186
: 336,443
: 227,181
: 144,926


: 99,521
: 387,334
. 300,812
: 193,135
: 99,521


: 104,763
: 386,101
: 292,327
: 205,894


: 405,613
*


: 40


5,613


392.279


: 392,279


,870
,758
717
,254
,599

,538
,830
567
,299
,234


: 389


:229,435
:560,138

:493,338
:390,164
:301,379
:194,434
:498,034

:494,670
:389,658
:292,329


Year
and


quarter


DISTRIBUTION
nfla


Used
for seed


: Industrial


use


Exports
grain only


: Feed and
: residual


Total


1960-65 Av.
July-Sept....
SOc t. -Dec.....
Jan. -Mar.....
Apr.-June....
Season.....
1965-66


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

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


--1,000 bushels--


12,041
22.297


17,315


S
S...


25,230
88,713

25,083
21,363
23,168
27,779
97,393

27,166
21,999
22,600


13,456
19,694
14,818
23,195
71,163


: 37
: 245


,461
,899
,151
,949


,229
,210
,452


106,004
89,352
108,244
89,671


74,587


9,557


108,569
97,331
86,435


a
S...


owned and


tional
tional


stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled by COC.


CCC-owned grain


Addi-


is included in other positions.


2 All off-farm storage
2/ Used for brewing, di
A / t* E ._tL _.. ^AA -fl__aJit i~


not otherwise designated,


.stilling, mtalt products,
.B. A ". -i -


including merchant mills.


and pearling"
CLU A~cU ...iQ t. *..a


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1


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Grain sorghum


Supply and distribution,


1960-67


SUPPLY


Year : Stocks at beginning of period : : Total
and : : C :Mills, elevators: Total : rodue- Total
quarter : arms : :& warehouses /: stocks : tion uppy
S--1,000 cwt.--
1960-65 Av. :
Oct.-Dec.......: 17,583 : 2,690 : 343,503 : 363,776: 300,791: 664,567
Jan.-Mar.......: 99,612 : 2,677 : 465,745 : 568,034: : 568,034
Apr.-June......: 56,518 : 2,552 : 405,590 464,660: : 464,660
July-Sept......: 30,586 : 2,669 : 366,389 399,644 : 399,644
Season.......: : : 363,776 300,791 664,567
1965-66
et.-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
1966-67
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......: 76,477 2,589 217,665 296,731: : 296,731
July-Sept......: : : :
OG S~n* *** S S
Season. ...... :
DISTRIBUTION
Year : e : Industrial : : Feed and
Used"''
and : for seed : and food : Exports : residual Total
quarter : uses ::
: --1,000 cwt.--
1960-65 Av. .
Oct.-Dec.......: : 1,456 : 14,574 : 80,502 96,532
Jan.-Mar....... 113 : 1,456 : 14,043 87,762 : 103,374
Apr.-June.....: 1,016 : 1,456 : 14,846 : 47,698 : 65,016
July-Sept....... : 1,456 : 16,707 : 19,293 2 37,456
Season.......: 1,129 : 5,824 : 60,170 : 235,255 302,378
1965-66
Oct.-Dec....... : 1,540 : 27,980 : 116,177 145,697
Jan. -Mar....... 118 : 1,540 : 40,883 2 99,653 : 142,194
Apr.-June......: 1,060 : 1,540 : 34,965 : 69,546 : 107,111
July-Sept......: 1,540 : 45,130 32,666 : 79,336
Season.......: 1,178 6,160 : 148,958 : 318,042 : 474,338
1966-67
Oct.-Dec....... : 1,540 : 42,064 116,291 2 159,895
Jan.-Mar.......: 132 : 1,540 : 35,030 : 129,177 165,879
Apr. -June. ..... : : 2
Ju3y-Sept......: : : : :
S ea. : .
Season. .:


A/ Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled by C000.


CCC-owned grain


is included in other positions.


Additional


.2/
2/
-.0,..-,


All off-farm storage not otherwise designated.


Principally alcohol and distilled spirits.


Includes allowance


for wet-process






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Soybeans:


Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


1960-67


Year :Stocks at beginning of period i:
and : Farms 000 :Mills, elevators: Total : Produc- Total
quarter : Farms : / :& warehouses 2/: stocks : ton supply
--1,000 bushels--
1960-65 Av.
Sept.-Dec......: 4/ : A/ : 4/ : 54,100 : 660,582 : 714,682
Jan.-Mar....... 221,326 : 115 : 289,331 : 510,772 : : 510,772
Apr.-June......: 131,996 : 6 204,589 : 336,591 : : 336,591
July-Aug....... 36,790 : 17 : 100,100 : 136,907 : : 136,907
Season...... : : : 54,100 : 660,582 : 714,682
1965-66
Sept.-Dec...... 7,568 : 0 : 22,131 : 29,699 : 845,608 ': 875,307
Jan.-Mar.......: 284,310 : 0 : 334,554 : 618,864 : : 618,864
Apr.-June......: 149,747 : 0 : 225,888 : 375,635 : : 375,635
July-Aug.......: 19,155 : 0 : 114,867 : 134,022 : : 134,022
Season......: : : : 29,699: 845,608: 875,307
1966-67 :
Sept.-Dec.....: 4,412 : 0 : 31,227 : 35,639 : 931,491 : 967,130
Jan.-Mar.......: 347,060 : 0 : 376,911 : 723,971 : : 723,971
Apr.-June......: 218,624 : 0 : 241,343 : 459,967 : : 459,967
July-Aug.......* :
Season.......: : : : :
DISTRIBUTION
Year : : : : Feed and :
Used Crushed
and : for seed at mills Exports : residual : Total
quarter :://
--1,000 bushels--
1960-65 Av.
Sept.-Dec...... : 149,815 : 73,615 : -19,520 203,910
an.-Mar....... : 114,786 : 36,643 : 22,752 : 174,181
Apr.-June......: 35,546 : 109,481 : 40,115 : 14,542 : 199,684
July-Aug.......: : 71,127 : 22,401 : -6,301 : 87,227
Season.......: 35,546 : 445,209 : 172,774 : 11,473 : 665,002
1965-66 :
Sept.-Dec......: 171,613 : 107,863 : -23,033 : 256,443
Jan.-Mar.......: : 144,717 : 58,220 : 40,292 : 243,229
Apr.-June......: 42,438 : 138,700 : 61,339 : -869 : 241,608
July-Aug.......: : 82,447 : 23,169 : -7,233 : 98,383
Season........ 42,438 : 537,477 : 250,591 9,157 : 839,663
1966-67 :
Sept.-Dec......: : 178,937 : 102,995 : -38,773 : 243,159
Jan.-Mar.......: : 140,453 60,329 : 63,222 : 264,004
Apr. June. ... : 5 4
J*. U
July-Aug...... : :
Season.
CC .O.U .e ** .


I/ Owned and
CCC-owned grain
2_ All off-fa
3/ Mostly qua


stored


r


in bins


or other


storage


owned


or controlled


by CCC.


Additional


is included in other positions.
m storage not otherwise designated.


ntity fed,


but includes waste,


loss,


and statistical


errors


in esti-





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Flaxseed:


Supply and distribution,


1960


SUPPLY


Year Stocks at beginning of period : Pr-duc- :Imports: Total
and : Farms: cc : All others/ : Total : tion : grain : supply
quarter I-: / : : stocks : : only :
--1,000 bushels--
1960-65 Av. ,
July-Sept.......: 1,321 : 0 : 5,354 : 6,675 : 28,050 : 0 : 34,725
Oct.-Dec.. ......:12,337 : 0 : 15,230 : 27,567 : : 1 : 27,568
Jan. Mr........: 9,315 : 0 : 13,574 : 22,889 : : 0 :22,889
Apr.-June......: 6,281 : 0 : 10,771 : 17,052 : : 1 : 17,053
Season........ : : : 6,675 : 28,050 2 : 34,727
1965-66
July-Sept.......: 2,467 : 0 : 8,460 : 10,927 : 35,402 : 0 : 46,329
Oct.-Dec.......:. 20,487 : 0 : 14,879 : 35,366 : : 0 : 35,366
Jan.-ar.. ..... : 13,953 : 0 : 18,812 : 32,765 : : 0 : 32,765
Apr.-June ...... :10,809 : 0 : 15,828 : 26,637 : : 0 : 26,637
Season. ........ : : : 10,927 : 35,402 : 0 : 46,329
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 : 13,351 : 18,995 : : :
*c~sm< J* 3 S S S
Season.......
DISTRIBUTION
Year .
and Used Crushed Exported Other disap- 2 Total
Quarter : for seed : for oil pearance ./ /
: --1,000 bushels--
1960-65 Av. :
July-Sept.......: : 4,542 : 1,490 : 1,126 7,158
Oct.-Dec. .......: 86 : 5,601 : 1,751 -2,760 : 4,678
Jan.-ar........: : 5,014 : 22 801 : 5,837
Apr.-June.......,: 2,055 : 4,889 : 1,317 525 8,786
Season........: 2,141 : 20,046 : 4,580 -308 26,459
1965-66 :
July-Sept........: : 5,036 1,448 4,479 10,963
Oet.-Dec........ 60 : 5,861 1,823 -5,143 2,601
Jan.-Mar...: : 5,753 1 374 6,128
Apr.-June.......: 1,939 : 6,025 :1,998 1,357 11,319
Season.......: 1,999 : 22,675 : 5,270 1,067 31,011
1966-67 :
July-Sept.......: : 4,807 : 3,366 2,066 10,239
Oct.-Dec........: 58 : 5,539 : 1,297 : 63 6,957
Jan.-1ar.........: : 4,593 : -1,595 2,998
Ar. June, ....* 2
Season. ... .. a


J Owned and stored in bins or other
CCC-owned grain is included in other p


storage owned
ositions.


or controlled by CCC


. Additional


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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Consumer and Marketing Service
Grain Division
Federal Center Building
sfiattsville, Maryland 20782

OFFICIAL BUSINESS .


Postage and Fees Baid
I S. Department of Agriculture

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620 157


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Grains:


0001


32601


Quantity outstanding under support and owned by 000 compared with
total stocks, April 1, 1967 and 1966
(Data in 1,000 bushels except grain sorghum in 1,000 cwt.)


: Under support: : : of
:. : .^ : Owned : Total under : Total : fri
Current crop Prior crops Total under Total stocks
outstanding outstanding by :support and stocks controlled
C/ 2/ c :owned by CCC: 2/ : y ccC

April 1. 1967
Wheat ........................ 75,917 53,267 4/147,038 276,222 702,690 39
Rye ......................... 1,864 7,460 9,324 24,254 38
Corn ......................... 217,285 164,405 A/173,370 555,060 2,703,963 21
Oats ......................... 16,289 36,543 42,112 94,944 441,318 22
Barley ............ .....1...:. 10,252 4,605 6,254 21,111 205,894 10
Grain Sorghum ..............: 10,747 19,763 4/141,429 171,939 296,731 58
Soybeans ..................... 118,382 118,382 459,967 26
Flaxseed *....................: 1,701 6,817 8,518 18,995 45

April 1, 1966

Wheat ........................ 68,502 65,280 449,895 583,677 917,325 64
Rye ..........................: 4,985 4,738 9,723 24,814 39
Corn ......................... 187,596 353,148 440,081 980,825 2,863,293 34
Oats .......................: 35,972 37,725 37,823 111,520 535,613 21
Barley ....................... 9,038 5,894 11,264 26,196 193,135 14
Grain sorghum ................: 55,609 19,212 231,000 305,821 405,520 75
Soybeans .....................: 44,808 8 44,816 375,635 12
Flaxseed ...................: 10,538 3,768 14,306 26,637 54
S4 .-


Quantity of current erop placed under support minus the Quantity of loans repaid.
Quantity of previous erops outstanding under reseal programs,
Total grain in all positions as reported by Crop Reporting Board.
Total owned by 000 is estimated to be overstated by 4 million bushels of wheat, 20 adllion budhals


of corn, and22 million bushels (12.3 mil. cwt.)


o& grain sorghum because of unrecorded deliveries.


NOTE: Data on stocks, production and seed usage from Crop Reporting Board; imports, export,
quantity milled or processed from Census Bureau; and alcohol usage from Internal Revenue Service.
Production and stocks are preliminary. January-March 1967 data are partly estimated. Since the
statistics are preliminary and subject to revision and represent data reported by several inde-
pendent sources, no attempt is made to force a balance between supply and reported disappearance.


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