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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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
v. 1-29; Jan. 9, 1953-Dec. 31, 1981.
Numbering Peculiarities:
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."
General Note:
Includes annual index

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Vol


GRAIN DIVISION
Se STATES

me 10 No.1 Ja


A4RICULT IQM& W NG SE


DEPAR


nuary 26,


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GRICULT
of Florida


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ICE
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;782


QUARTERLY
SUMMARY
AND
STATIstICs


a res advanced moderately in


all !favorable feeding ratios and
ii PlB S-"*S-nde^i^ 'r L -.: A-CiV\' ~ '.*- -_| vi~iii-.i~:i..j SL V-vi iU4


prices declined


record world


I


in January.


wheat


crop,


the October-December quarter reflecting


a


This was due in


slackening


an grain sorghum in this


export
country.


he high level of
part to the rea


exports.,
lization of


interest and record or
Despite the decline,


ops of


However,
the
' corn,


prices the


January were well above a year earlier.


Stocks of


feed


January


1 were 10 percent less than last year.


Wheat stocks were


est since 1952
year earlier.


While


soybean stocks were


17 percent above the previous


WHEAT
1966467 se


a yearearle

Srk Northe
trred with:

earlier. Ci
m ~Janua17 A
nd~er price
recrd437
a yearearl:
was about t3


.. prices fluctuated rather sharply during the first half
son. No. 1 Hard Winter wheat at Kansas City climbed to ar


the middle of


tober 4 and
the first


ier.


July and again


early in September.


Pri


ces


then gradually edged up to $1.91 on December
three weeks of January was $1.78 which comnar


Other classes showed


of the
found $2.00


dropped to
1. The
es with $1.64


similar price fluctuations with No.


rn Spring at Minneablis averaging $1.90


$1.75 last year. No. 2 Soft
7 as against $1.71 5I January


totaled 1,046 million


bushels


ommodity Credit Oororation owned
1 as against 572 million a year ag
support or reseal it, Exports


million bushels the first half


ier.
he sam


h-
pa totaxae 41
an Rteati 0t
Ill: million muorp
**/ *** -*******^'** *jm o Iu'-s^ f-** e f,
.::; *IN~ ~ bL ~ ~ r"lj l1- *"-. i-iX


around 250 million


in January this year cornm-


.ed Winter at Chicago was $1.73


1966.


Stocks


of wheat


in all positions


-- a drop of 290 million from a year


only


179 million bushels


of wheat


o. In addition 153 million were
of tleat d flour totaled a


of the


season


- 44 million more than


Milling of wheat for flour at a little over 300
ie as last year. The quantity remaining for feed
million -- well below the 95 million for the sa


applies in Canada for
than for 1965-66. 0


1966-67
anadian


totaled 1,267 million


million


bushels


the first six


me months


last


bushels,


exports of wheat and flour totaled


bushels, August through December this


season,


as against 275


Z he same months


1965.


B.. prices thus far this


anths a year earlier.
sel below a year ago.
tlan Jast year. Ex
season, slightly above t
milling the first six mc


of 8.2 million


bushel


However,


season averaged


prices


Rye stocks


8$ per


bushel above


in January at Minneapolis were 5#


of 28.1 million bushels were 2 percent


ports totaled about 2.0 million the first half


he previous year.


'nths were a


were


little


Consumption


below


same
per


of the


of rye for alcohol and


last year.


0OCC-owned


stocks


sharply above recent years.


I


my


------


L





-2- I


drop of 37
lion bushe
Exports of
exported a
slightly f
the first
The number
173.9 mill
On this ba
season as
OATS
bushel abo
were about
lion bushe
of the sea
above last
six months


9 million from a year ago. Of the total stocks, CCC owned only 120 mil-
ls with 391 million outstanding under price support or reseal loans.
136 million bushels the first quarter were sharply below the 193 million
year earlier. The quantity used for wet milling and alcohol was down
rom last season. Around 1,057 million bushels of corn remained for feed
quarter 150 million more than last year and 210 million above average.
of grain consuming animal units fed in 1966-67 is currently estimated at
ion compared with 167.4 million in 1965-66 and 169.9 the 5-year average.
sis 6.0 bushels of corn were fed per animal unit the first quarter this


ag
. *
ve
4
ls
so:
O:


ainst


last


season and


prices at the farm for the
a year earlier. Reflecting
higher than last year. St
- 102 million less than a
, mainly for feed, totaled
ar but well below average.
this season compare with 2


5.0 bushels


the average.


first half of the season a
smaller supplies, market p
ocks of oats on January 1 t
year earlier. Disappearance
455 million bushels. This
Exports of 15.6 million bu
2.3 million the same months


averaged 5$ p
rices in Jan
otaled 660 mr
e the first
was a little
shels the fi
of 1965-66.


'er
uary
il-
half


.rst


BARflY


same months of
January were 2#
on January 1 at
below last year
was slightly ab
million compare
Industrial usag


... prices


farm,


July-December,


averaged


1965. Market prices for choice malting barl
higher while feed barley averaged 2% lower,.
291 million bushels were the smallest in 10
. Disappearance of 207 million bushels the
ove the previous season but 6 percent below
with 38 million exported the first half of
e, mainly for beer, was about at last year's


5# per bushel above the
ey at Minneapolis in
Stocks in all positions
years and 10 million
first half of the season
average. Exports of 28
the previous season.
level while consumption


for feed


totaled


128 million


as against


only 110 million a year earlier.


GRAIN SORGHUM
above a year earlier
around 15$ per cwt.
were 16 percent les
million cwt. compare
the first quarter w
quarter of 1965-66.
slightly above a ye


... prices
r reflection
above a ye
s than last
ed with 276
ere the lar
The quant
ar earlier


at


the farm for October-December averaged


g the record export
ar earlier. Stocks
year. Of the tota
million a year ear
gest of record and
ity remaining for f


per cwt,


s. Market prices in January Were
of 462 million cwt. on January 1
1 stocks, CCC owned around 162
lier. Exports of 42 million cwt.
compare with 28 million the first
eed at 117 million cwt, was only


but 46 percent above average.


SOYBEAN ... prices at Illinois points for October through January averaged 34'
per bushel above a year earlier reflecting in part continued record exports and
crushings. Prices at these points in January were 11$ above January 1966. Stocks
of 725 million bushels on January 1 were 106 million more than a year ago. Crush-
ings of 179 million, September through December, and exports of 109 million were
both slightly above the record of a year ago. Through December 31 farmers had put
116 million bushels of 1966-crop soybeans under price support as against 67 million
a year earlier.


FLAXSEED ... averaged $3.14 per bushel at Minneapolis t
compared with $3.15 in July and $3.03 in January a year ago.
million are down one-third from a year earlier. Exgerts of f
of nearly 5 million were well above the 3.3 million exported


he first part of January
Flaxseed stocks of 22
laxseed, July-December,
the year before. Crush-








GRAINS:


MONTHLY


AVERAGE CASH


PRICES


COMMODITY


WHEAT


(All prices ta cents per bushel except grain sorgbun in cents per owt)


MARKET


Kansas City


GRADE


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


Jan.
1967
1/


Dec.
1966


Nov.
1966


Jan,
1966


Loan Rate


S1966


I.
1t7~


1965


Fort Worth No. I Hard Winter 208 215 214 193167 167
icao No. 2 Yellow Hard Winter 173 180 176 169 148
go No. 2 Red Winter -173 180 176 171148 148
166__ __ __ 175 17117 __ _
Toledo No. 2 Red Winter 166 175 171 171- -
No. 2 Soft White 166 175 171 174 -
SNo. 2 Hard Winter 183 188 183 171 148 A8
St. Louts N.2Hr tr
StousNo. 2 Red Winter 175 188 177 173 148 148
No. 1 DNS, Ord. Prot. 190 193 193 175 156 158
Minneapolis No. I DNS, 13% Prot. 191 195 195 178 162
No. 1 DNS, 15% prot. 192 195 197 188 166- 168&
_______No. 1 H. Amber Durum (Choice 210 213 211 168 161 163
Portland No. I Soft White 175 1_73 173 160 166 14L
______No. I Hard Winter, Ord. Prot. 185 187 189 166 146 144


Baltimore


No. 2


Red Winter


(garlicky)


RYE Minneapolis No. 2 118 121 119 123 123 124
KansasNo. 2 White 152 153 152 139 -
s______s No. 2 Yellow 140 42 139 134.. -
Omaha No. 2 Yellow 133 136 134 129 -
CRN No. 2 Yellow 12 145 135 132 -
CORN Chicago ..O. --
No. 3 Yellow 139 141 131 129 -
Toledo No. 2 Yellow 137 141 134 130 -
St. Louis No. 2 Yellow --146 -146 142 136- -
Minneapolis No. 2 Yellow 133 137 133 125 -
Kansas City No. 2 White _1 80 80 78 -
Chicago No. 2 Extra Heavy White ___ 80 78 79 78 -
SOATS Toledo No. 2 White _78 777779 -
Minneapolis No. 2 Extra Heavy White 73 73 74 69 -
__________ Portland No- 2 Extra Heavy White 82 80 79 ,79 -
Kansas City No. 3 .121 120 120 118 95 95
SMinneapolis No. 3 or better Maing (Choice) 141 141 143 139 96 96
BARLEY No- 3 or better 121 122 123 96 96
SPortland No. 2 Western 45 lbs. 124 125 121 133 103 103
Stockton No. 2 Western 46 Ibs. 1__i_9 137 128 107 107
_______Los Angeles No. 2 Western 46 Ibs. .141 142 139 137 107 107
GRAIN Kansas City No. 2 Yellow 211 210 203 197J 178 193
SORGHUM e wozeh No. 2 yellow _241 238 22725 204 217
,i, Los Angeles No. 2 Yellow 257 254 24 2i4 221 234
ChicagoNo. I Yellow 296 300 299 24 -
-.- .. -- rr.1/1 At flt'j'









Wheat:


Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


1960-66


Year :Stocks at beginning of period "rd : Imports: Tot
and : : :Mills, elevators: Total oue- grain :l
quarter : Farms : :& war&houses 2/ : stocks tl:Qn : only : supply
-1,000 bushels--
1960-65 Av.:
July-Sept..: 101,182: 48,919 : 1,078,438 :1,228,539:1,221,844: 539 : 2,450,922
Oct.-Dec...: 467,962: 46,883 : 1,582,520 :2,097,365: : 895 : 2,098,260
Jan.-Mar... 359,501: 47,647 : 1,378,911 :1,786,059: : 1,850 : 1,787,909
Apr.-June.. 216,465: 40,668 : 1,183,706 :1,440,839: : 1,251 : 1,442,090
Season... : : :1,228,539:1,221,844: 4,535 : 2,454,918
1965-66
July-Sept..: 132,919: 11,049 : 673,691 : 817,659:1,315,613: 123 : 2,133,395
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...: : : : 817,659:1,315,613: 547 : 2,133,819
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: : 100 : 1,441,050
Jan.-Mar...: 408,733: 3,926 : 633,402 :1,046,061: :
Apr.-June. :
Season. *
DISTRIBUTION
Year : Used : Milled : Exports : Feed and : :Distribution flour
and : for : for : grain : residual : Total : in terms of grain
quarter : seed : flour /: only : .4/ : : Domestic : Exported
--1,000 bushels--
1960-65 Av..:
July-Sept..: 27,051 148,083 : 139,365 : 39,057 : 353,556 : 126,070 : 22,013
Oct.-Dec...: 20,330 157,069 : 156,485 : -21,683 : 312,201 : 131,491 : 25,578
Jan.-Mar...: 131 : 151,454 : 149,305 : 46,181 : 347,071 : 127,081 : 24,373
Apr.-June.,: 14,304 : 148,216 : 173,622 : -23,419 : 312,723 : 122,581 : 25,635
Season...: 61,816 : 604,822 : 618,777 : 40,136 :1,325,551 : 507,223 : 97,599
1965-66
July-Sept..: 23,400 148,311 : 187,743 : 69,947 : 429,401 : 129,614 : 18,697
Oct.-Dec...: 23,300 : 152,434 : 166,820 : 25,487 : 368,041 : 132,485 : 19,949
Jan.-Mar...: 105: 144,744 : 213,160 : 60,880 : 418,889 : 131,869 : 12,875
Apr.-June..: 14,262 : 146,093 : 217,817 : 4,146 : 382,318 : 123,934 : 22,159
Season...: 61,067 : 591,582 : 785,540 : 160,460 :1,598,649 : 517,902 : 73,680
1966-67
July-Sept..: 35,600 : 150,702 211,648 : 7,874 405,824 : 131,650 : 19,052
Oct.-Dec...: 25,450 : 151,780 : 185,000 : 32,759 : 394,989 : 130,323 : 21,457
Jan.-Mar.. .: : : : :
e ..
Apr.-June.. : : :
Season.... : :


CG0-o
12/


Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled y OG. Additional
wned grain is included in other positions.
All off-farm storage not otherwise designated.
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Supply and distribution,


1960-66


SUPPLY
Yeax : Stocks at begin ig of period : Produc- :Imports: Total
and t Fm : CC :Mills, elevators: Total : tion : grain s upplY
^quarter : :rs .^ :& warehouses 2/ : stocks : : only uppy
1960-65 Av. : --1,000 bushels--
July-Sept......: 2,424: 217 : 6,323 : 8,964: 32,559 : 712 : 42,235
Oct.-Dec,.......: 16,503: 200 : 13,640 : 30,343: : 223 : 30,566
Jan.-Mar,, .,,: 10,072: 165 : 10,768 : 21,005: : 198 : 21,203
Apr.-June...... 6,408: 158 : 9,142 : 15,708: : 274: 15,982
Season....: : : : 8,964: 32,559 : 1,407 : 42,930
1965-66 :
July-Sept......: 2,711: 167 : 10,048 : 12,926: 33,223 : 406 : 46,555
Oct.-Dec.......: 18,182: 582 : 17,240 : 36,004: : 93 : 36,097
Jan.-Mar......: 13,141: 585 : 15,092 : 28,818: : 526 : 29,344
Apr.-June.....: 9,945: 585 : 14,284 : 24,814: : 728 : 25,542
Season.......: : : : 12,926: 33,223 : 1,753 : 47,902
1966-67 :
July-Sept......: 3,955: 612 : 14,444 : 19,011: 27,921 : 298 : 47,230
Oct.-Dec......: 15,610: 683 : 21,505 37,798: : 170 : 37,968
Jan.-Mar.....: 9,479: 605 : 18,048 28,132: : :
Apr. -June ...... : : : : :
O cS l ** 11 S S 4 5
Season. 4 5

DISTRIBUTION
Year : Used : Used : Milled : Exports : Feed and :
and : for : for : for : grain : residual : Total
quarter : seed : alcohol : flour : only : 2/ :


--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.-Dee.......:
Jan. -.ar.......:
Apr.-June.. ...:
S.easn....... :


2,817


6.126


,587
,587
300
150
,624


668
1,191
1,273
1,000
4,132

803
1,116


1,159
1,196
1,182
1,139


2,345
1,711


1,326
1,382


1,121


3,814


4,497
2,008
1,002
1,434
8,941.

5,134


1,875
9,821


1,291


11,895


6,531
33,480

10,551
7,279
4,530
6,531
28,891

9,432
9,836


1/ Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled by C0O.
CCC-owned grain is included in other positions.


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


Additional


}s not otherwise designated.


but also includes waste,


loss,


and statistical errors in








Corn:


Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


1960-66


Year :Stocks at beginning of period : Produc- :Imports Total
and : Farms : CC :Mills, elevators: Total : : grain : To
quarter : : :& warehouses 2/: stocks :ton : only *
--1,000 bushels--
1960-65 Av.
Oct.-Dec....: 556,722: 501,771: 603,102 :1,661,595:3,722,911: 244 5,384,750
Jan.-Mar....:3,019,877: 546,647: 781,156 :4,347,680: : 271 :4,347,951
Apr.-June...:2,089,368: 506,127: 654,674 :3,250,169: : 331 :3,250,500
July-Sept...:1,437,958: 424,335: 482,690 :2,344,983" : 243 2,345,226
Season.... : : :1,661,595:3,722,911: 1,089 :5,385,595
1965-66
Oct.-Dec....: 581,497: 307,608: 257,985 :1,147,090:4,084,342: 156 :5,231,588
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....: : : :1,147,090:4,084,342: 731 :5',232,163
1966-67
Oct.-Dec....: 529,705: 134,369: 176,169 : 840,243:4,103,323: 68 :4,943,634
Jan.-Mar....:2,884,666: 108,491: 669,434 :3,662,591: : :
Apr.-June ..: : : : : : :
July-Sept...
Ocnnr~.ar ** a S a a
Season.
DISTRIBUTION
Year : Used : Wet : Used : Exports : Feed and :
and : for : : for : gran : residual : Total
quarter : seed process alcohol : only :r / l:To


--1,000 bushels--


1960-65 Av.


Oct. -Dec..
Jan. -Mar..
Apr.-June.
July-Sept.
Season..
1965-66
Oct. -Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
July-Sept.
Season..
1966-67
Oct.-Dee..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr. -June.
July-Sept.
Season..


... 11,291


,186


46,404
46,519
179,687

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


..: 10,


50,326


7,771


: 30,174
: 7,884
8,512
: 8,252
: 5,500
: 30,148


7,058


874,993
943,979
729,650
654,397
,203,019

938,789
952,945


172,831
138,890
669,725


136,069


,476,788


: 1,087,590


1,037,070
1,097,781
905,446
807,052
3,847,349

1,190,250
1,178,308
1,080,645
942,717
4,391,920

1,281,043


1/ Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled 0y COC.
C0G-owned grain is included in other positions.
2/ All off-farm storage not otherwise designated.


3/ Mostly quantity fed,


Additional


but includes corn for dry milling and farm household use


*fl.~ .95 i -


t ,__-







Oats:


Suinplb and distribution,


1960-66


SUPPLY


Year


and
quarter


Farms


Stocks at begilin ofaperiod -l-
C CCC :IM31s, elevators: Total


:& wareh~asest


stocks


Produc-
tion


:Imports:
. grain :
: only :


Total
supply


: --1,000 bushels--
1960--65 AN'


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


: 2,169
. 2,666
: 2,664
2,513


47,999
112,721
80,438
65,766


: 291,668
: 968,346
: 775,899
: 506,164
: 291.668


998,722


*
a* Q98


,290
969
776


506,959
293,121


July-Sept
Oct.-Dec.
Jan. -Mar.
Apr.-June
Season,
Ju3y-Sept
Oct.-Dee.
Jan.-Mar.
Apr.-June


,: 219,920
,: 780,118
.: 659,865
.: 448,355


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


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


9,389
S9,636
S7,232


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


66,071
147,915
98,310


. 282,690
: 918,731
: 762,470


S535,
S 282.


: 926


: 1,210,233
: 919,607
: 763,433


613 :
690 : 926.851


S316,206
: 832,912
: 660,342


: 1,212,
: 1, 114,


* 798,089


Season..


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and


Used for seed


quarter


Exports
grain only


Feed and
residual 2/


Total


l M- 5At'
July-Sept.:
Oct .-Dec..:
Jan.-Mar..:
Apr.-June.
Season.,:

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

July-Sept.:
Oct,-DeeG.:
Jan .-Sr.:
Apr. -June.
Season..:


-1,000 bushels--


6,739


14,891
52,120
74,457

3,025
3,025
12,101
42,354
60.505


,967
,967


1,790
3,985
15,436


9,195
13,167
1,504
12,346
36,212

8,587
7,027


312,054
186,497
253,803
156,112
908,466


214,215
165,380


163,288


193,142
270,484
212,217


291,502
157,137
227,820
220,080


281,877
173,282


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


CCC-owned grain


Additional


is included in other positions.


All off-farm storage not otherwise designated.
Mostly quantity fed, but includes oats for oatmeal currently estimated at 45 mil-


241,500
852,959
692,797
437,885


a,
2/








Barley:


Supply and distribution,


1960-66


SUPPLY


Year


quarter


Farms


Stocks at


* CCC


beginning of period


:Mills,


elevators:


:& warehouses z/


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


:I~orts:
* A'hanJu1t
* tra.LJ.L *
ady


Total
supply


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


.. 59,


267,515
198,886
119.520


: 40,704
: 243,804
: 184,514


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


: 6,5
: 6,3
: 6,0


: 99,174:


....: 46,132
....: 245,252


177,193


: 4,786


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


137,146
110,240
88,192


135,731
108,548


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

: 101,850
: 387,334
: 300,812
: 193,135
: 101,850

: 104,763
: 386,101
: 290,527


: 405,613


: 405,613

: 392,279


:t
: 392


:1,870: 552,409
S4,758 : 444,944
: 717 : 337,160


: 9,599


: 2,830


,279


: 389,


: 229,435
: 560,138

: 495,667
: 390,164
: 301,379
: 194,434
: 500,363


350 : 494,670
900 : 389,001


DISTRIBUTION


Year


quarter


Used


seed


: Industrial


use


Exports
* grain only


: Feed and
: residual


Total


--1,000 bushels--


1960-65y.-
July-Sept....
Oct.-Dec.....
Jan.-Mar....
Apr.-June. ..


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


19.66-.67
July-Sept....
Oct.-Dec.....
Jan.-Mar....
Apr. -June....
Season.....


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3,122
5,351
12,041
22,297


3,878


16,158


2,424


19,225
20,713


88,713


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


27,166
20,000


13,456
19,694
14,818


71,163

16,307
21,355
14,468
22,457


66,461
68,899
37,151
45,949

65,650
44,372
66,730
30,710


14,483
13,403


97,617
428,122


108,244
89,671


: 108,569
: 98,474


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


Addi-


2/ All off-farm storage
J/ Used for brewing, di
A/ Mostlyv auantitv fed.


s not otherwise designated,


stilling,


malt products,


but includes waste


loas


including merchant mills.


and pearling.
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Cain sorghum:


Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


1960-66


Year TtStos at beainlig of period : P u Total
and m :i1s, elevators: TotaProduc- Totl
quarter s / :& warehouses 2/: stocks tio : suply
." --1,000 cwt.--
_ *
1960-65 Ay.
~AV.
Oct-Dec...... 17,583 2, 690 : 343, 503 : 363,776 : 300,791 : 664,567
Jan.-ar.......: 99,612 : 2,677 : 465,745 : 568,034 : : 568,034
Apr.-Juine......: 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
a
19616,700 :
ODt.-Dee.......: 26,568 : 2,635 : 287,497 : 316,700 : 376,711': 693,411
Jan.-lar.......: 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 ; 2,594 324,990 : 461,546 : :
Apr.-June.... : : : :
July-Sept......: : : : : :
Season.- : : .
u Ri iiai csr nii i iii i ii
DISTRIBUTION
Year : e : Industrial : : Feed and :
Used"""'
and :for seed : and food : Exports : residual : Total
quarter : :. uses :/ : : A/ :
: --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.....,: 1016 : 1,456 14,846 : 47,698 65,016
July-Sept*-....: : 1,456 : 16,707 19,293 37,456
Season.......: 1,129 2 5,824 : 60,170 : 235,255 : 302,378
1965-66
Oct.-Dec.*....: : 1,540 : 27,980 : 116,177 : 145,697
Jan Mar......: 114 : 1,540 40,883 99,657 142,194
Apr.-June.....: 1,030 : 1,540 34,965 69,576 : 107,111
July-Sept......: : 1,540 45,130 32,666 : 79,336
Season.......: 1,144 : 6,160 148,958 : 318,076 : 474,338
1966-67 :
Oct.-Dec.......: : 1,540 42,114 : 117,305 : 160,959
an.-Mar........
Apr. -June..,.,.: :
July-Sept......: : :
SeasQ.I ....* 4


if Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled by CCO.
00COowned grain is included in other positions.


/ All off-farm storages not otherwise design
IA/ D.44n-4wnh.. CInej r/i-,al n.'.a A-s4 J4 1n nn*._wl~j


Additional


ated.


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Soybeans:


Supply and distribution,


1960-66


SUPPLY
Year : Stocks at beginning of period : odu- Total
nd : p: CCC :Mills, elevators: Total :
quarter : Farms : / :& warehouses 2J: stocks tlon supply
quater : tj IZc ~

--1,000 bushels--
1960-65 Av.
Sept.-Dec. ....: N.A. N.A. : N.A. : 54,100 : 660,582: 714,682
Jan.-Mar.......: 221,989: 115 : 289,847 : 511,951 : : 511,951
Apr.-June......: 132,345: 6 : 204,589 : 336,940 : : 336,940
July-Aug. .....: 36,851: 17 : 100,100 : 136,968 : : 136,968
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 : 377,544 : 724,604 : :
Apr.-June......: : : : : :
July-Aug. .....: : : : : :
Ses. .* SS
Season.......: : : : : :
DISTRIBUTION
Year : Used Crushed : : Feed and:
and : for seed at mills : Exports : residual : Total
quarter : : :. : _/ :
-1,000 bushels--
1960-65 Av.
Sept.-Dec. .... : 149,815 : 73,615 -20,699 : 202,731
Jan.-Mar....... : 114,786 : 36,643 : 23,582 : 175,011
Apr.-June......: 35,546 : 109,481 : 40,115 : 17,111 : 202,253
JulyAug. ..... : : 71,127 : 22,401 : -6,240 : 87,288
Season.......: 35,546 : 445,209 : 172,774 : 13,754 : 667,283
1965-66 :
Sept.-Dec. ....: 171,613 : 107,863 : -23,033 256,443
Jan.-Mar.......: 4 144,717 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. ....: : 178,907 : 109,422 : -45,803 242,526
Jan.-Mar..... :
Ja .. a.
Apr.-June. .... ;
July-Aug. .... :
Season. .. .


ccc-.
a'
nsf


Owned and


owned grain i
All off-farm


stored in bins or other st


s included in other po


storage not


orange


owned or controlled by CCO,


Additional


sitions.


otherwise designated.


1f.~.. Z1.,... ~4. 2 4 2 1 --- -- ~- -. 2~ 2


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Flaxseed:


Supply and distribution,


1960-66


SUPPLY


quarter ____ ./ : stocks : : only ."

6 --1,000 bushels--
1960-65 Av.
Ju-Sept.......: 1,321: 0 : 5,354 : 6,675 : 28,050 : 0 : 34,725
Oot,-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...,...: 2,462: 0 : 8,460 : 10,922 : 35,402 : 0 : 46,324
Oct,-Dec........: 20,487: 0 : 14,879 : 35,366 : : 0 : 35,366
Jan.-,ar.........: 13,953: 0 : 18,812 : 32,765 : : 0 : 32,765
Aw.-June ......: 10,809: 0 : 15,828 : 26,637: : 0 : 26,637
SSeason........: : : 10,922 : 35,402 : 0 : 46,324
Season... ..... :. 0
1966-67 .
July-Sept.......: 3,448: 0 : 11,870 : 15,318: 23,871: 0 : 39,189
Oet.-Dec.,.......: 10,094: 4 : 18,852 : 28,950 : : 0 : 28,950
Jan.-Mar........: 7,693: 0 : 14,280 : 21,973 : :
Ayi '-Jiya- ie i
Anr. Tnns ,v u-** 4 i4 *
Season ....... 4 -
OGSOX 4 4 9 9 a
DISTRIBUTION
Year : : : : :
and : Used : Crushed : Exported : Other disap- : Total
quarter : for seed for oil s pearance ./
: --1,000 bushels--
1960-65 Av. :
July-Sept........: 4,542 1,490 : 1,126 : 7,158
Oet.-Dec....... : 86 : 5,601 : 1,751 : -2,760 : 4,678
Jan-ar. ....: : 5,014 22 : 801 : 5,837
Apr.-Jme.......: 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 4,474 : 10,958
Ot.-Dec.......: 60 : 5,861 : 1,823 -5,143 : 2,601
Jan .-r.......: : 5,753 374 : 6,128
Apr.-June.....: 1939 : 6,025 1,998 : 1,357 : 11,319
Season.......: 1,999 : 22,675 : 5,270 : 1,062 : 31,006
1966-67 :
Jy-Sept....: : 4,807 : 3,366 : 2,066 : 10,239
Oct.-DeC.....,.: 58 : 10,346 : 1,597 : -5,024 : 6,977
Jaxn -Jau *
t_ ,
Season..-. -.


/ Owned and stored in bins or other storage -owned or controlled by C000.
CCC-owned grain is included in other positions.


Additional


2/ All off-farm store
'2 / Tnnrl ..A Ca nl n1 n net^ i


ages not otherwise


1 nfl ~.


nn~ t- .4 n


designated.
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Consumer and Marketing Service
Grain Division
Federal Center Building


HIattsville, Maryland


20782


OFFICIAL BUSINESS


Ug~


Postage and Fees Kid
. Department of Agrirnltur


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GAINESVILLE


32601


Grains:


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


:'Under support : : :
currentt :. : Owned :Total under : Total :
Grain Crent crop Prior Crops StoQnk
Gra outstanding outstanding support and stocks st
and n ta n./oAIn. CCG 3./
-utst/ .u ts-_/ : S : rf l
*3 S *- ---.
,* S. S .


January 1. 1967


Wheat .
Rye ..
Corn ,.
Oats .
Barley


*504~~S4t ****0 04544 **t
S
4*~ 5~4t C S St S g#eaSgS~* *
C
*4St SgS*tStC St *g**- S** *
*
5***Ct SSC**~t* S* a


Grain Sorghum


Soybeans
Flaxseed


.


S. S *Sgt* gee *6*5**e *st
St S *45 SCt gt S*~*4


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


58,005
-
281,127
39,139
4,943
20,256


S/215,582
8i161
4/ 55,521
46,723
7,245
4f186,035


9,078


368,639
9,779
546,677
103,396
23,576
216,077
114,787
10,665


,046,061
28,132
,662,591
660,342
290,527
461,546
724,604
21, 97


January 1., 1966


Wheat .
Bye ...
Corn *
Oats .
Barley


*
4* 5*5 ate***e** ..t4..a**
~4545 4*44 ste*a 0*5 *ga *.*
S
.5*4.*4S*St* etega.. gas


g4*tS0.S.tgte .*...,,.,.


Grain Sorghum
Soybeans ,...
Flaxseed .....


* St 4S*#t**S# 0*4*
4
gtt,4.*. 54t4**t 4


112,297
4,670
102,218
34,530
12,684
41,626
64,824
8,480


68,921
-
356,059
38,165
6,975
19,263


571,781
5,705
529,940
40,898
17,638
276,167


5,170


752,999
10,375
988,217
133,593
37,297
337,056
64,826
13.650


1,335,990
28, sie
4,041,338
762,470
300,812
547,714
618,764
32,760


SQuantity of current crop placed under support minus the quantity of loans repaid.
/ Quantity of previous crops outstanding under reseal programs.
/ Total grain in all positions as reported by Crop Reporting Board,
4A/ Total owned lv CCC is estimated to be overstated by 37 million busahels of wheat. 37 million bushels


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