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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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Grain Division, Agricultural Marketing Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
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Independence, Mo.
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Grain trade -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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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.
Issuing Body:
Issued by: Agricultural Marketing Service, Grain Division, 1953- ; Agricultural Marketing Service, Livestock, Poultry, Grain, and Seed Division, 1978-1981.
General Note:
"Weekly summary and statistics."
General Note:
Includes annual index

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University of Florida
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VISION


liar4 STATES
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DAGRICULT RAL M ACTIU VICE
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


F.A.S.


- Univ.


QUARTERLY

SUMMARY

AND

STATISTICS


October


..p3ries decli
.for corn and
'"e ... sharply
Iui 1. Despite


were the


-last year


ned


in October refl


soybeans and the
in July and August


the loss prices


lowest


since 1952


stocks were


eating


smaller


with


in part


export demand


soybeans


in October


while


stocks


at the highest


were


shift


a new-


for wheat.


advancing
well above


of feed grains


October


near


a year
were
level


^:r. ** -I

.* p
i .tE' L J


prices advanced
-the'-middle of
prices declined


earl


in the sunnmmer and


September,
sharply the


ue in part
last half


stayed
to very


a relati


light


vely


offering


of September and


K:lecting the
fl harvesting


3


slackening


a record


in export


world


gaged'16-18$ below the July
:"a" mpared with a year ago


II6". winter
4t. good e.
jbgear., S
.....es "--, ...
ifli-tion.
I": ..r*.o.

.'t:.millin
.I-1.ag-..an
B endeased
go'.rsdeeda


a~i~te .-,;of' **19
^^^.gy.rehea.5-. '


19 -for hard


xport deiland


stocks of.: wheat


demand,


wheat cro


level


while


October prices


winter to


1967


reaction


to the high p


p. Winter wheat price
spring wheat declined


Cs
/
-t


rice
in
-70


ranged from 13d higher


for ordinary protein


durum wheat averaged about


in all


positions


drop .of 268 million from a


owned --3Q.00 million


Encpc~rts


of wheat,


- .13-million more


d fhobi
seditz
tcital:E


bushels


year


this


grain only,


than in


exports were about


due to


only


the expanded


12 million


bushels


The higher wheat


'Wheat supplies


ters s.a-rwe te ed 'the


u _.'. ... ..
i,. i"' .. per 'u
i ~|:d@an -b
iB1- fe'd:-^ ;bv a..
4' ..... ci twre 6 perc
,.. i .." a"e. :.was 2

.i........ ewhi
1'. :J. ...re. a.
!* :' .... !u t ii r ....SBB~ "1"]!! "" g" ._ .^,' ': "er. h
: .. ...... .... '.. .. .
'. ,8l milliO:
".** .. '=E. .lK =- :.. ..":^:!,.. v ..: ,: ". *~ ":
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in Canada


largest crop


on October


earlier.


October


July


spring


bushel


totaled


1,440


Commodity


as against


through September


The quantity of wheat


as last year.


acreage,
as against


prices


tended


total a


On the


balance


77 million fed
to discourage


record


million


in history.


shel at Minneapolis during


year ago.
ent above


-Stocks


of 38


last year


million less


in feed
le the 0.


bout


n


usage.


than in


Exports


the July-October


million


bushels


Disappearance
the comparable


of 755


,000


9 million used for alcohol


100,000 higher.


as against


Supplies


25.0 million for


1965-6


in all


of 8.7
quarter
bushels were |
and the 13 :.. ,"
e in Canada: "
6A 4

.. ...:
..... .id' : i *Y*
-..............!^ !?^ :s


1966


ago.


1965.


same


Mr
k. /




- 2 -


DON E, R


prices


advanced


steadily during


July and August due


in part


to record


exports
record c
October.


rop a:
Des


ome fear regarding prospects
nd a slackening in demand at


pite


loss,


prices


of the new crop, With assurance of
the higher level prices declined in


in October averaged


around


18% per bushel above


a year earlier.


A crop of


billion


bushel


was


indicated


on October


--2


percent
October


less than
1 were the


1965


Smallest


million a year earlier


support
season t
domestic


compared
otaled 4,
feeding.


with


crop a
since


. About


million


9 percent above average.


1953


550 million


Carryover stocks on


and totaled 86 million as against 1f1u


bushels


on October


476 million reflecting


Exports,


grain


only,


record
of 667


were


owned


1965. Disa
commercial u
million were


by CCC


ppearanc e


sage,
117


or under price
of corn last


exports and
million more than


previous


record


while wet milling


totaled 204 million,


a gain


of 2


percent over


the year
1964-65.


before.
Animal


balance


units for


1965


remaining for feed


-66 are


estimated


of 3.4


bfl.


was


0.4 bil ; more thanin


at 169.2 million compared with


167.7


last


million for


season as


1964


-65.


Feeding


aglanst: 16.1 oran


corn


per animal


1964


unit


5-year


totaled 20.3
average,


bushels


OAT$


..., gafly held tinduing


the maller su lies.
Stopk h f oats an all


Prices


in October


roositions at a61 million


and 9 L nct less thn last year
about the sam as last year. Exp


the first quarter of the season reflects
ranged 5-8 per bushel above a earao


were


smallest


in ovN


First 9uartew disappearance of 29$
prt totaled 6 m .ifloii ae .. ^flixS.^.',* ^ 3


r 20 ears
ma ion wa~s


earlier.
1965-66.


Canadian supplies


of 511


million for


1966-67


are


34 million


less than for


BA~Z it,


prices advanced


the afls cr py sine 1956.


3-11i


Pri


ces


per bus
in the


hel in the first
Pacific Northwes


ua rter due in ar to
t advanced less than in


California


ryfar


ago


percent


or in the Midw
"rio g Oatober
rrom last year.


est.


Choice wxalting


Stocks


in all


Disappearance


Ins'


barley averaged 10#per bushel abe
tions totaled 388 million, a drop of


of barley


the first


quarter


totaled


...mi.llioz w~i was- slightly below a yea
mifln | e l o the preerEous year while


about


large


same.,
st of


Barley
record.


supplies


in Ca


r earlier, Export
industrial i sage
nada for 1966-67 a


s at only 9 million ere
mainly beer an ac olo a
re estimated at 3 5 millidi,


GRAIN SORGHUM ...


prices


declined


per cwt.


in the


July-October peroas


prospects


year'


for a


level.


record
A crop o


crop material
f 408 million


zed.
owt.


Prices


in October were at about last


(728 million


bushels) was


ind .tea an


October


-- 9 percent above


last year and


percent above


average.


Carryover


stocks totaled
for 1966-67 am


220 million ewt.,


mount


of 471 million cwt.
record high of 145


to 627


last


million


which was


million as
season was
n cwt. while


against


100 million


below a year


691 million for


150 million more than
e feeding amounted to


1965-66.


in 1964-65.
318 million.


earlier.


Supplies


Disappearance
Exports hit .a:


SOYBEAN


at a high 1
Soybeans av
indicated a


evel
erage


... prices


advanced


to $4.00


until September when


d


$2.97


first


1966 crop of 927


(Supply and


million


distribution


prospects


three weeks


bushels
ona S


table


bushel


for the


in July


record


of October.
- an increase


eptember


at Chicago and


crop were


October


remained


confirmed.


1 conditions


of 10 percent over
is shown on page 1(


last


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GRAINS:


MONTHLY


AVERAGE


CASH


PRICES


(All prices in cents per bushel except grain sorghum in cents per cwt.)


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MARKET


Kansas City


Fort Worth


GRADE


No. 1 Hard Winter, Ord. Prot.

No. 1 Hard Winter, 13% Proc.


No. 1 Hard Winter


1966


1966


1965


Loan Rate


1966


- r. --


ha No. 2 Yellow Hard Winter 17' 189 196 18 148 143
30No. 2 Red Winter 172 186 190 159 148 148


Toledo No. 2 Red Winter 167 179184 18 -
_______No. 2 Soft White 167 182 1S7 159 -

St. Louis No. 2 Hard Winter 17. 191 196 Ic 148 148
I No. 2 Red Winter _171 185___188 __197 148 148

No. 1 DNS, Ord. Prot. 196 204__ 202 173 156 158

Minneapolis No. 1 DNS, 13% Prot. __198 205 204__ 175 160_r 162i
No. 1 DNS. 15%Prot. 199 205 207 18 166 168

N_____No.1 H. Amber Durum (Choice) 217 223 209 168 161 16


Portland


Baltimore

Minneapolis

Kansas City


No. 1 Soft White


No. 1 Hard Winter, Ord. Prot.

No. 2 Red Winter (garlicky)


No. 2


No. 2 White

No. 2 Yellow


Omaha _____No. 2 Yellow ________133 13 .138 119 -

Chicago No. 2 Yellow 137 146 149 123 -
NO. 3 Yellow ____9__.____139 1316 117_- -
Toledo No. 2 Yellow 1 2 1 147 117 -

St. Louis No. 2 Yellow 19 151 155 121 -


Minneapolis

Kansas City


No. 2 Yellow

No. 2 White


134


,137


Chicago No. 2 Extra Heavy White 77 76 76 69 -
Toledo No. 2 White 75 73 74 70 -

Minneapolis No. 2 Extra Heavy White 7/ 74 71 66 -


Portland


Kansas City

Minneapolis


No. 2 Extra Heavy White


No. 3___

No. 3 or better Malcing (Ohoic


No. 3 or better


Portland No. 2 Western 45 lbs. 1 1 12__8 121 103 103

I Stockton No. 2 Western 46 lbs. 1t7 136 132 121 107 107


Los Angeles

Kansas City


No. 2 Western 46 Ibs.


No. 2 Yellow


Fort Worth No. 2 Yellow

Los Angeles. No. 2 Yellow

Chicago No. 1 Yellow

Toledo No. 1 Yellow


Minneapolis


. .Mw _
*
m


No. 1 Yellow


199


6 |178 J193


221 228 233 222 204 217

238 248 253 238 221 23.

217 - 289 322 71 29 -.
279 311 355 243 .--.'
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Wheat:


Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


1960-t6


Year


od
quarter


Stocks at


beginning of period


:Mills,


Farms


elevators:


:& warehouses


Total
stack&


SProduc-
'.tion


:Imports
: grain


Total


--1,000 bushels--


July-Sept..
Oct.-Dec...
Jan. -Mar..
195S iSe...
1eas-6n,.
1965-66


I 0,1,82
: 467,962:
: 359, 501
* 216,46:


48,919
46,883
47,647
40, 668


1,078,438


1,378,911
1.183.706


:1S28


~39:


3.221


669:


:2,097,365:
:1,786,059:
:1,440,839:
'1,228,539:1,


,669:


895:2,098,260
895 :2,098,260


: 1,947
: 1,256


4,637


:1,788,006
:1,442,095
:2.456 845


0ct.-Dead.
Jan. -Mar..
Apr.-June.


Season...:
1966-67 .
July-Sep. J

Jan. -Mar...:

season.,,


132,92$ 11,049
A-fw .^^' 9~ r-l t/^139^~~ IO.


.: 408,217
.: 256,794


541,190:


* ll,818i
: 10,650
: 10.467


9,707
7. 661


673,691
1,134,884
920,026
651,276


817.659:


1,326,747


:1,708,265:
:1,338,893:
: 918,537:
: 817,659:1


e2:i1


891.611


,295,


:1 JO
~


123 :2,144,529
37 :1,708,302
224 :1,339,117
163 : 918,700
547 :2,144,953


40W 4


4


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and
q~aatter~


Used


see


: Milled
: for
: flour 1/


* sports
: grain
: only


:Reed and
: residual
:


Total : in terms o


grain


Domestic : Exported
%


--1,003


bushels--


Oct.--Dec.


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


Oct. -Dec...


20,330:

14,304"
61.816:


23
: 23


Jan,-Mar...:


1966-67 .


,400
,300
105
,067


14JS, 08
157,069
151,454
148,216


: 24S,311
: 152,434
: 144,744


*
a
*
*


591


139,365
: 156,485
: 149,305
: 173,622
S618,777

: 187,743
: 166,820
: 213,160
jj217,817


41,018
-21,502
46,330


76,810
26,855
62,571
4,646
170,882


355


,517 :


312,382
347,220
312,959


: 436,264
: 369,409
: 420,580
: 382,818
:1,609,071


126,099
131,508
127,141
122,651
507,399


21,984
25,561
24,313


97,423


129,2 1,9


132,509
131,887
123,950
517.966


19,925
12,857
22,143
73,616


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


000: 147,


: 200.522


11,760


: 391,803


125,090


22,431


/ 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,


3/ Does not include Canadian wheat milled in bond,
hi1ahcl a nt4 WTho+ c+0Q nTA iunnn lir Cnn hrfna+ fn nA-


by CCC, Additional


but includes about 10,000,000








Rye:


Supply and distribution,


1960-66


SUPPLY


~'* -**
I


'Year
and
quarter


Stocks at beginning of period


:Mill


Farms


s. elevators:


:& warehouses


Total


: stocks


Produc-
tion


:Imports
: grain
, o@n


Total
supply


SB S 60 65 Av.
|g.a@@-Sep.....-
. i...He .....
^W~.jMnar.....

,i .n... ..


--1,000


..:16,503
..:10,072
.. 6,408


10,768


bushel


: 8,964:
: 30,343:
: 21,005:
: 15,708:


,-d


32,773


42,449
30,566
21,203
15,982


~2~73
-, I'


: 1,407


a.
'J.JCkJU.


aa .......
il-Jijne..


.....: 2


....:18,191
..-.:1 9,100
....- 9,897


10,048
17,240
15,092
14,284


12.926:


28.777:


12.926:


3),2,?


36,106
29,303
25,494
47.956


Ear r :Fr is


* **; : *"* .
... ..2- Se t.....:


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tt..** *:3 1** *iy*f*L. .* *


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: ... .. q5", A v..
, b.S...pt, ,,
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i.. .. :
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i .6
........ ~.. .
...........6. ...
..... .
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3,948
15.281


14,444
22,065


19,004:
38,029:


27.251


46,690


DISTRIBUTION


Used
for
seed


: Used
: for
: alcohol


: Milled
: for
: flour


: Exports
: grain
: only


: Feed and
: residual


Total


--1,000 bushels--


2,819
327


6,126


668
1,191


1,000
4,132

803
1,116


1121


1,159
1 196
1 182
1,139
4,676


1,711
2,795
9,605

742


1.002


6,531


9,154

5,179


10.596


6,490
28,952


8|3E{ Zy-Sept.
* *... S .
I T I' ::. .
........ ..".f.f} '" ... 1- n e
a : :1 '^Bi = ..
.i:. ..; *.:e.. o n
.....:4...
l .. f.lA. -. -
:.: Owneifd
Owned
H 3Q-awned


. -
e st .
.- /. / .


30%
ii


a
a
a


I and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled by CCC,


grain is included


in other positions.


All off-farm storage not otherwise designated,
Mostly quantity fed, but also includes waste, 1
rates. ,.


.oss,


and statistical er


Additional... .
.. .: I' .
I

rors in 'I .-1

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...: ..
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~~1


Gora;


Supply and distribution, 1964
SUPPLY


Year


and
quarter


Stocks at begizmfrg bC


Wars


ccc
:1/


:Mills,


elevE


:& warehouses



________ ~iflRiia


Ltors: Tota


a>
Li


stocks


^:" grain .
Only '- W f 3


--1,000 bushels--


196k-65
Oct-Dee, Ut4
omn,-mar 44618,459:
Apr,-June.~, :1,923,015~
JtZIy-$ept,, :1,283,437 ~
*
1965-.66 4


Oct. -Dee,
Jan, -Mar,
A~,-Jirne
Se~aon 4*
July-Sept


1966-6~

Jmt-Ivbr..


... : 604,
.. :3,142,


268:
4~2:


~d2,159,6O3
.1 QJA art
.4


5 539,710


414,064
418,165
384,223
330,348


719,227
554,540
319,984


,60 :
,291:


478,469


:1,527,517:3
:3,955,851:
:2,861,778:
:1,933,769 '
:1,527,517:3


7eo?~


22Y


U I


268 :3,956,119
177 :2,861,955


583.780:


:1,169,861
:4,098,957
:2,900,145


193,104


150,096


176.228


:1,814,481:
:1,169,861:4,171,100

: 866,034:4,096,977


269<
955 :5,112,252


263 :4,099,220
212 :2,900,357
100 __
731 :5,341,692


-June


July-Sept...
Season....


DISTRIBUTION


used Wet : Used
for : L-We- :-- ffor


quarter


seed


process- -
: alcohol


Ezport

only


* WAnAA~nA
*
U
residual


--1,000 bushels--


1*4~65

3~on. -Var

Zu3y-Sept..,
.........
l96~-66
~

Apr -~'~me4 A
JuJ.y-Sept...


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


,219


11,094


~2,251
9W002


.8 11S


46,862
51,500
51,200
52,:614


.,.51,04


52.068


204,


7,891
7,536
6,847


27,703


7,884
8,5'2


: 5,500
: -30.148


,754
,52&
,475
.230


549,987


192,532
165,472
172,831
136,411


955,160
919,000
715,789
562,924
152,873

990,699
973,647


754,568
,562,683


: 1,155,667
.0

~ 74,197
: 3,942,391


S 1,199,075
1,085,876
948,547
4,475,658


Apr.


-June.


July-Sept.
Season..


Owned and


stored


in bins or other


storage owned or controlled by CCC.


Additional


CCC-owned grain


is included


in other positions


All off-farm storage


es not otherwise


designated.


r/ Mostly quantity fed,


but includes corn for dry milling and farm household use


currently estimated at 120 million bushels annually.


Also includes waste,


loss,









Oats:


Supply and distribution,


1960-66


SUPPLY


*. s. .


Year


i.; :-.and :
.* arterd:


t.*..65 Atc:.
--- : -^^ ^ ^


HJ.ltlnM...nen-L



.:4Tune.
..1 S
IIiHi.Ijeason..
* 5-66

ri..
I'-.
:1-k-.
S -:iMRr

9A..skS --
i.drLi~ea0ua
iii

H&Hh~Q4;trOE C.
N
4..,
aar* 2Z]e.
* H ....**1 ~ ~.


Stocks at beginning af period__
- -- -- Jn -


Farms


* ccc
* .1/


:Mills,


elevators:


- warehouses~{


--1.000


: 24


1,500


854,772
: 692,797
: 437,885


: 219,920
: 805,591


461,450


: 2,666


: 2,513


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


: 248,204
: 703,779


47,999


65,766


129.210


77,870


66-,10
148,02


Total
stocks
oushel


: 291,668:
: 970,177:
: 775,899:
: 506,164:
: 291,668:

: 282,690:
: 944,204:
: 783,028:
: 548,708:
S282.690:


S323,700
S861,440


Produc-
tion


Imports
Grain
only


Total
supply


s--


1.009.325


1.009


492 : 1,301,475
694 : 970,871
750 : 776,649
795 : 506,959
731 : 1,303,714


959.192


945,080
783,991
549.381


959.192


473 ': 1,159,766


P#
*iI* H.' *
ft. ..
~ -- ... -
.IH.
H.
:1: .. A .q.. *
I ~ H *
~..... apd


- a- a- n We ______________- ----
DISTRTBITPIOrJ


Used for seed


Exports
grain only


Feed and
residual


Total


r ~1
.1 ~.
~ fl-V..
A
tin. p.::. 4 1''-


~4~~*&% -Tune.:
j~fl~3Qfl:

~H
L1~~ 1* -
.11L.H.1~ .
-tt~
%SI. .. -.
I
ii.
.3-.
.k U.
*
HH *.S.~e.&-.
H ;JW17 Sept..
H V
HH H.
.. .-
--a
1.4
iii1!~ .
.
I.::
Am-. --June.:
1*1
:4q. ~easan...
h .'~::.
k.H~ '~ -- -
*.1
3 'a,
tOO-owned g


--1,000 bushel


3,626
14,503
50,760
72,515


3,089


6.739


1,790
3,985


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


61,775


6,253


and stored in bins or other


s--


320,938
188.498


157,485
921.129


286.086


221,424
170,093
823,399

289,073


storage owned


rain is included. in other, positions, .
.... -


.nL..a. o11-1 arm .Itorahges pt. u, otherwise d5
Mosiy q~uantity fed but*includes oats
1 itrn-n 1ni'm'ha1 a annITQ^ rc in Al enf 4 vir'nt.A0f WQ 0+0


331,303
195..046


270,501
212,230
1,009,080

298,370
162,052
235,283
225,681
921,386

298,326


or controlled by CCC.


ssignatea. ,. .
I for oatmeal currently estimate
,c 1nr c1+.a+.&ci+_nl nra Io.'w


H


Additional .. A .

,'.g m "I!.k. V :.....
S.j* .. : .
d- at :45 2Di1 :'
TI ea+AmI*nd+.Q .AII t.4V...^


.X!X. I








Barley


: Supply and


distribution,


1960-66


SUPPLY


Year
ahd
quarter


Stocks at beginning of period


' Farms


* cot


Iflhls,


41~vatdrs:


:& warehouses


stocks


*~ U Tnwinr+a


-- T+.
IgatirP
io supply
UlLyJ.J


1960-65 A-.


Jan. -Mar.....
Apr.-j. xe.,
Seaspon,-Je...
19 65-66
July-Sept. ...
Gea.son.;..,.
Apr.-June....


1966-67


Jan iL~r, ;~*t


--1,000 buitel-


" 59,539:
. 267, 515:
: 198,886:
: 119,520:


12,056:
10 857:
9,910:


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


: 144,926
: 440,186
: 336,447
: 227,181 .


i~4~


40/7OZ:


257


: 105,415


49,155
247, 236


6,503:


S198: 6,384:
,235: 6,058:


137,146
110,240
88.192


101,850
: 400,728
: 311,533
: 199,376
: 1&, 850


~'rt~ Th>c~Th>4*~
C
4)4,389 :
C
C A,.


N

Zn, t97


C


t
I


2,8 o : 403.258
567 : 312,100


: 1,299


411,897


325:


: 5,
:* 5.


136,141


: 200,675


~:t 4~
ii
*
-,- ;


: 10, 879


Seaso~~.,


_PI$T&SW~ON


Year


Used


for


quartet


seed


Industrial
use


Exports
grain only


: Feed and
: residual


Total


--1,000 bushels--


1960-6Z Av.:


Jan. -Mar....:.
Apr.-June....:
Season.....:
196566"


July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..


Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
Season..
1966-67
July-Sept.
O. t. -De < .-s


5,068s
11,404
21,118


2,628
4,505
10,136
18,771

1.500


19,225
20,713
25,230
88,713


25,083
21,363
23,168
27,779
97.393


,000


13,456
19,694
14,818


71,163


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


9,169


82 299 :

69,384 :
37,784 :
256,093 :

71,665 :
46,679 :


221,351

77, 632


120,989

109,983
97,613
437,087 .


114,557
92,025
112,724
92,796
412,102


C
C


Jan.-Mar.


-June.


Season..


Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled by C000C.


tional CCC-owned grain is
2/ All off-farm storage
2/ Used for brewing, di
Al/ Uns+1ir nirmn+4+44u 4cA


Mdl-


included in other positions.


s not otherwi


stilling,


se designated,


malt products,


including merchant mills.


and pearling.


a1, oiQ44 ,i+&iai1 mancran nwo 41 encD+f.-


COd


S..1


C


..


:
.. .x ... .. x xx








Grain sorghum:


Supply and distribution,


1964-66


SUPPLY


h,". Year :Stocks at beginning of period T t
*** : and : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total Produc- Total
; ,: quarter : Farm : j/ :& warehouses 2/: stocks ton supp
? d ^ n n 1 .
: --1 00 ewULJ-


.*... *


87,525


: 275,455


~34, 174


444, 102


/
...+31. 092


.....: 35,374


330,942


671 : 275,45


639.126


......: 120,386

..., 76,034


287,497
425,846


255.773
-, -


29,109


188,084


317,547


299,184
317,547

219,838


: 372,995


: 372,995


690,542


299,184
690,542


:407


DISTRIBUTION


Used
for seed


Industrial
and food


Exports


: Feed and
: residual


uses


Total


--1,000 cwt.


115
1,037


1,152


1,540
1,540
1,540
1,540
6 160


14,619
15,371
20,794
32,367


88,793
86,056


17,499


62,139
51,406
321,579


S. : a*


1,095


1,540
1,540
1,540
1,.540
6.160


112,156


34,965
41,174


70,070


318,447


141,676
142,121
107,561
79,346
470,704


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


.A.11 off-farm storage not otherwi


designated.


SPrincipally alcohol and distilled spirits.


Includes allowance


Additional


.for wet-process


. a -


* *.
:.4


.m





- 10


Soybeans:


Supply and distribution,


1964-66


SUPPLY
Year :Stocks at beginning of period : Produc- Total
Farms :Mills elevators: Total :rouc :pl
quarter : Fr CCC I/:& warehouses 2g/: stocks tion supply
:--1 000 cwt.--
196* I-65
1964-65:


Sept.


-Dec


Jan.-Mar..
Apr.,-June.
ASeason..
Seadon.
S' aden ria


....: 191,715
...... 98.315


,019


1965-66 : .
-Dec.. : 7,598
Jamn-tr..,,..: 284,476
Apr.-Juie.....a 150,005
". 19,280
S~soS
1966-67 :


334,811
249,035
108,465


22,131
334,122
225,888
114,872


67,300
526,535
347,350
131,484
67,300


: 701,917


526,535
347,350


S701,9 17


29,729 :843,T08
618.598


375,893
294,1729
29. 729


: 843


618,598
375.893


873,437


Sept.-Dec.
Jan4"tr..
Apr,4une,
July-Aug..
Season..


4.454


681 9a6,t46


Year
an~
~qna~ter


Used
for seed


ex~~ xx ii 11DISTRIBUTION__ II I,,., Iu..... ,u'x
DISTRIBUTION.


* Crushed
at mills


Exports


: Feed and


a
2/


Total


:--1,000 cwt.--


1964-65


Bept.let..
JlFW a n, '
An.4Jt .L


July-Aug.
Season.
1965-66


JanSe,-Mare..
Jan -Mar. ..


S
*~ets


121,617
116,197


4~*t~


ttA*#S


'S.,


40<,


4*~.S


,438


Juily-Aug. ......
Season.......
1966-67


Sept


-Dec


42,438


498,980

171,613
144,717
138,700
83,423
538.453


92,289
39,15 9
51,477
29,162
212.087


1 0?


B
,63


-17,030

7)737
-1,150
7,966


-394,
39,


58,220
61,339
23,169
250,591


739,488 "


i42, *N~


768


-736
-8,121
6,274


Jan.-Mar.......: :
Apr. -Junie......: :
au ,,,.
July-Aug.......:
Season.......: :


%/ Owned and sto
CCC-owned grain is


red


in bins or other storage owned


included


or controlled by 000C


4 ~83i,766
.1:1
4.


I
H


4
CHJ
Ltional
"Mu


in other positions.


AddS


/ All off-farm storage


not otherwise


designated.


A .


*


*...






- 11


Flaxseed:


Supply and distribution,


1960-66


I Y
ni .... J. .


SUPPLY


ear


quarter


stocks at beginning of


Farms


ccc
*


C
tion supply
-- I.


All others


period


: Total
: stocks


SProduc-
: tion


Imports:
grain :
only :


Total
supply


2W60-65 Av.
liljy-Sept...
Dec....

,hn LH*. ...
*B.$t-.Jufle...


* ~* GD..... ** *

.

I--H...,
.
1~~*~ V -


pan, e ..
H nf4 C** C


--1.000


1.321:


...: 12.337


5,354
15,230
13,574
10.771


6,281


bushels--


6:675:
27,567:
22.889:


28,073


17.052


: 28.073


S2,462
: 20,388
S13,884


....: 10,


8,460


18,812
15.828


: 10,922:
: 35,267:
: 32,696:
: 26.587:


10.922:


34,748
27,568
22,889
17,053
34,750

46,084
35,267
32.696


35.162


35.162


46,084


r"sept ,..-


......: 9,980


11,870
18.981


: 15,301
S28.965


:23,473


38,774


1.....-. eH. .

. .....
.. *t *:* **
ijl^ "/ 1.il '".


hw~llt


ii. I


..... .' .
.. 2
.-. .


--


DISTRI ETJTION
t... -B. -


* **Al s *
H ...., H.... .. ..- r e
Hnjnl n'k **


Used
for seed


Crushed
for oil


: Exported


SOther disap-
pearance .3/


-!!i~ih':Ti.o t.


.HEn. .1 --
iAii***H
~ ,A..n.1
Ar.
..
iir** ..
:1., ...flan
*~ 4~a&~ .
ii ~i.4.
23
rn..t.. W.


~n.ctfl,
U C
-ii. 'S. -
"a-

r~~Pt.

.~*rSEU%.
i*. ...
~.son..


--1,000 bushels--


. C...


C
a.....


1,490
1,751
22
1,317


20,046


1,149
-2,759
801
-2,130
-2.939


1,448


5,861


. ....**


1,939
1,999


6,025
22.675


1
1,998


7,181
4,679
5,837
6,131
23,828

10.817


6,109


30,783


ipt ...**C*
......C...
*-- er.. ......
i*f

VE .:.. *. ':


4,807


9,809


.w.ed. and stored in bins or other


storage owned or control] ri


S.d; grainS '- included in other positions.
..i i::..off-farm. :strages not otherwise designated.


~t, fl~4fl, in-ru


-a -


-__ ... .. .
by CCC. Additional .. .
*.:E:: n"l's
s .
..n...... .
..... .i *. ..n
j : "~ ~..r.::" ..


*c:


^





UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF
Consumer and Marketing
Grain Division


AGRICULTURE


Service


PtC;


a .~,,.,


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A. .%-t


Department of


a ...


Federal Ceiter


Hyattsville,


Building


Maryland


20782


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OFFICI&L BUSINESS


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ..


3 1262081 570565


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AGRIC


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PH0200
MCPHER
XP STA


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UNIV


GAINESVILLE


32601


"I:.


GrM~z3s:


Quantity outstanding und


total


(Data


stocks


in 1,000 bushel


support and


October


except grain


owned


1966 and


by CCC compared


1965


sorghum in 1,000


cwvt.)


. *: ::.. ..: :.. :
:. ::,, .
... ... .
.: : ': : :1
i" .'%71 .: ::

........ ......
I.............
ith .... ..
'** ~ ~ ** i: :,*. .

A: .* : *
**: *2 *H.:
..** ". ...


Under


Grain


:Current
:outstan


d


support


crop:Prior crops
ing outstandinge


O~vnexi
by
CCC


:Total


under


:support an


:owned


1p~~ (~


u3y /UL
3/-


.. .... .... T '*:'*** *K'S ^^^ ^^^ W
d Tota
a. stocks


* ..IH-lt.
'a -. -


~'r
iot< I,.:.


HIi


: tv oibi. H
** hr no


Wheat
Rye .
Corn .
Oats .
Barley
Grain


73,137
1,129
137
11,115
7,200


Sorghum .
Soybeans 5/
FJaseed


01,018
40,312
5,189

20,681


6ct6D
300,121
8,936
248,598
52,540
8,738


215,390


1. 44~6


434,531
10,065
549,616
103,967
21,127


236,071


12,136


1,440,462
38,029
66,034


861,440
388,495

219,838
35,681
28.965


:::. "
:*Ix ..
q-aIHS *. A:


,: E* EE" "E
i'i~ : H.......u....
E i ""**i i'i~ii


4%
.:~
.11
i.5. :~i


October


r 1


. 1965


Wheat
Rye ..
Corn .
Oats .
Barley
Grain


Sorghum
Soybeans
Flaxseed


106,316
3,117


0,157
8,475


6,683


9
92,195
38,516
7,156

19,405
1,147


2,622


625,575
6,176
540,410
44,353
19,151


302,153
10
5,866


802,542
9,302
932,605
103,026
34,782


1,558
1,157
8,519


1,708,265
36,013
1,169,861
944,204
400,728


17,547
29,729


4'~i
a6H~
80~~
~#H1
H


:.


Quantity


of current


crop


placed


under


support minus


the quantity of


loafleak


Agriculture.


r---__


i