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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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DIVISION
ED STATES

No. 2


prices


gene


s in soft red


substantial gains.


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AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE
DEPARTMENTI.f:.S.A6TplJTy la


Hyaccsville, Maryland


rally declined dur
winter wheat.
Wheat prices


ring the Ja
Soybeans
i n April


20782


nuary-April
and flaxseed


were


well


QUARTERLY

SUMMARY

AND

STATISTICS


April


period
d were
above


1966


with


the exception


a year


ago while


corn, soybeans and
were 1 percent more


down 21


percent while


grain sorghum averaged lower.


than last


year


12 percent


soybean holdings were


Stocks


of feed


below average.


grains
Wheat


8 percent greater than a


on April 1
stocks were
ar earlier.


and flaxseed


stocks were


up sharply from a year


ago.


V


WHEAT


ports.
soft red


Hard


... prices
winter a


declined
nd spring


winter dropped


in the January-April


wheat


went


during the


a own


period.


period


an average o
Soft white


despite near record


f 1-2


bushel


wheat declined


ex-


while
in


the Pacific


period.


Northwest


Stocks


while


of wheat


hard


ri all


winter went up 6$
positions, April 1,


bushe


totaled


1 during the
901 million


four-month


bushels


million less


owned


mained
Exports
While t
above t


450 million,


under pric
of wheat


than


a year


a drop
support


and flour,


this is slightly
the 512 million


totaled 750 million
from United States,


bushel


1,350 million b
250 million more


ago.


of 190


Of the
million


total


stocks,


from last


at the end of March,
July through March,


below the


export


bushels
Canada,
s -- 90


than the


record


last


compared


of 623


season.


with


year.


Commodity Credit


Less than


about half that


totaled
million


about


Corporation


70 million re-


a year earlier.


620 million


in 1963-64


Canadian stocks


718 million a


Argentina and Australia,
million more than the


same


months


last


year


bushels.


it is sharply


of wheat
earlier.


July through March,


previous


record


on March


Wheat exports
totaled


in 1963-64 and


year.


RYE
in part t
bushels w
5 million


... prices


0
er


the limited


40 p


bushels


dropped


demand
above


percent


the 1965


per
for


bushel


the large


a year
crop r


earl ier
remained


Minneapolis


stocks.
and the


under price


from January to April (
stocks of 24.7 million


largest


since


support


1944,


while


about


Nearly
the


same


amount


same


as last


3.3 million
The quantity


was owned


s year
bushels an
remaining


CCC.


PA


sharply


and milling


feed


below av


for flour


&t S.3


rye totaled


erage.
at 3.


million


1.7 million


bushels


Consumption of


9 million were
compares with


-- about
alcohol a


both above last year.
8.8 million used for


feed


July through March


1964


-65.


CORN


below


last


strengthened
positions on


... prices
year due


at the farm,
in part to th


during April


on April


totaled


January through March,


larger


but averaged 2
2.9 billion


averaged


available supplies
below April 1965.


bushels,


Market


Stocks


slightly above


bushel
ices


corn


last year


in all
but AA5


. million more
committedd i


than


inventory
4- ^.-i -. ^~


the April 1
dropped t
r-.c *- -i*--


5-year


average.


Reflecting the heavy sales,


-- --- -I


CCC non-


-4- t-~


I- -. I .-






first half


million
remaining


of the


bushels


for feed


season were


corn


were


totaled


nearly


used


100 million above


for wet


1,969 million


milling
bushels,


a year earlier.


-- slightly above


an increase


of 92


last


About
year.


million


98
Cord


over the


same


period


a year


ago.


Animal


units


1965


-66 are


estimated


at 169.1 million


compared
bushels


with 167.1 million for


first


half


of the


1964-65.


season as


Feeding


against


11.2


corn per


last


animal


unit


totaled


11.6


year.


OATS


... prices


declined


bushel


in the


January-April


period


due mainly


to the larger
pearance, mat


stocks


Market


nly for feed,


prices


in April


July through March,


were
tota


1-2$ below April 1965.


led


696 million


bushels


Disap-
- 29


million


Exports
and 18
million


below the
of nearly


million


the 5


as against


same


period


last


million


-year


year


first


average.


241 million last


and the smallest


nine


months


Canadian stocks


in 25


compare


of oats


years


with


of record.


million last year


March


totaled


year.


BARLEY


decline
malting


positions
pearance
year due


most


... prices
market pr


barley averaged


totaled


generally


ces
3$


in April


below


199 million


of 320 million


bushel


to the smaller feed


declined


were


a year


in the


above


January-April


a year earlier.


ago at Minneapolis.


the smallest April
July through March,


use.


Exports


of 52


1 holdings


period.
However,


Barley


since


Despite


choice
s in all


Disap-


stock


1954.


was 20 million less


million


were


than last


14 million more while


industrial
Canadian b


use,
arley,


mainly malt
March 31.


liquors
totaled


increased
192 million


million


-- 20


bushels.


million less


Stocks


than


a year


ago.


GRAIN SORGHUM


the first


cwt.


positions
stocks, C


three


... pr


months


below April 1


on April


owned


ices


of th
965.


were


million


at the farm averaged


calendar year.


Stocks


million


with


Market


of 407 million


cwt.


less


million


cwt


than
under


cvwt.


prices
. (586


a year


loan


below a


in April
million
earlier.


or reseal.


year


averaged
bushels)


Of the
Record


ago for
16$
in all


total


exports


of nearly 70 million


cwt.


were


double


those


a year


quantity remaining


for feed


at 212 million


. was


million more


than for the


same


months


of 1964-65.


SOYBEAN


... prices


11-14


bushel


during


the January-April


period


L a year
million


year.


year.


at 3.


season.


same







GRAINS:


MONTHLY


AVERAGE


CASH


PRICES


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


COMMODITY


K>~ ~
4


MARKET


Kansas City


GRADE


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


1966
y_


1Mar.
1966


Apr.
1965


Loan
Rate


1964


Fort Worth No. 1 Hard Winter 192 190192 179 167 177
Chicago No. 2 Yellow Hard Winter 163 161 168 152 143 156
No. 2 Red Winter 163 163171 9 38 156
Toledo No. 2 Red Winter 17 19 169 147_ -
NNo. 2 Soft White 161 164 173 144 -
St Louis No. 2 Hard Winter 166 163 171 154 148156
_______No. 2 Red Winter ---167- -166 174 154 148 156
No. 1 DNS, Ord. Prot. 17 172 175 174 158 163
Minneapolis No. ILDNS, 13% Prot. 176 174 177 176 1621 -
No. 1 DNS, 15% Prot. 18 G 189 192 178 168-
__No. 1H. Amber Durum 162 168 17 3 163 163173
Portland No. 1 Soft White 1 _3 151 157 152 144147
No. I Hard Winter, Ord. Prot. 172 170 169 161 144 147


Baltimore


No. 2 Red Winter (garlicky)


_______IMinneapolis No. 2 116 116 121 116 124 I 129


CORN


OATS


BARLEY


Kansas City


No. 2


White


No. 2 Yellow


omaha No. 2 Yellow 12 121 127 132 ____
Chicago No. 2 Yellow 130 128 131 135 -
Chicago
No. 3 Yellow 127 125 128 132 -
Toledo No. 2 Yellow 128 127 129 133- -
St. Louis No. 2 Yellow 13 133 135 18 ___


Minneapolis
Kansas City


No. 2 Yellow
No. 2 White


77


Chicago No. 2 Extra Heavy White 6 77- 7" -S -
Toledo No. 2 White 6 77 77 __777 -"
Minneapolis No. 2 Extra Heavy White i- 68 69 69 -


Portland


Kansas City


No. 2 Extra Heavy White


No. 3


Minneapolis No. 3 or better Malting Choice 136 139 4l 139 96 100
Minneapolis------ -----
------ No. 3 or better 123 128 129 118 96 100
Portland No. 2 Western 45 lbs. 126 129 134 116 103 107
Stockton No. 2 Western 46 lbs. 131 131 131 125 107 109


Los Angeles


No. 2 Western 46


Kansas City No. 2 Yellow _191 195 200 210 193 213
GRAIN 26 2 2
SORGHUM Fort Worth No.2 Yellow 22 226226 242 217 229
_______Los Angeles No. 2 Yellow 2 __ 247 223 262 23. 246
Chicago No. I Yellow 29 286291 30 -
Toledo No. I Yellow 280 -22 287 302 -
50YBEANS l --
SOYBEANS Minneapolis No. i Yellow 28 278 279 290 -
r flr







Wheat:


Supply and distribution, 1956-66
SUPPLY


Year :Stocks at beginning of period : "Poduc- : Imports: Totl
and : : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : rodu- : grain : ol
Quarter : Farms : l/ :& warehouses 2/ : stocks : tion : onuy : uppTy
--1,000 bushels--
1959-64 Av.
July-Sept.. 109,069: 62,588 : 1,135,656 :1,307,313:1,189,763: 646: 2,497,722
Oct.-Dec...: 456,684: 59,767 : 1,644,177 :2,160,628: : 1,260: 2,161,888
Jan.-Mar...: 347,254: 59,606 : 1,464,256 :1,871,116: : 2,222: 1,873,338
Apr.-June..: 204,452: 51,071 : 1,268,125 :1,523,648: : 1,625: 1,525,273
Season.... : : :1,307,313:1,189,763: 5,753: 2,502,829

July-Sept..: 75,477: 12,719 : 812,997 : 901,193:1,290,650: 235: 2,192,078
Oct.-Dec...: 505,985: 12,586 : 1,293,069 :1,811,640: : 53: 1,811,693
Jan.-Mar...: 389,789: 11,134 : 1,048,487 :1,449,410: : 349: 1,449,759
Apr.-June..: 264,124 10,577 : 871,180 :1,145,881: : 206: 1,146,087
Season... : : : 901,193:1,290,650: 843: 2,192,686
1965-66
July-Sept..: 132,919: 11,049 : 673,691 : 817,659:1,326,747: 123: 2,144,529
Oct.-Dec...: 562,563: 10,818 : 1,134,884 :1,708,265: : 37: 1,708,302
Jan.-Mar...: 408,217: 10,650 : 920,026 :1,338,893: : 130: 1,339,023
Apr.-June.. 256,794: 10,467 : 634,029 : 901,290: : :
Season...
DISTRIBUTION
Year : Used : Milled : Exports : Feed and : :Distribution flour
and : for : for : grain : residual : Total : in terms of grain
quarter : seed : flour /: only : l/ : : Domestic : Exported
: --1,000 bushels--
1959-64 Av.
JuJy-Sept.. 25,580 : 149,474 : 124,429: 37,611 : 337,094 : 128,067 : 21,407-
Oct.-Dec...: 21,207 : 156,159 : 137,322: -23,916 : 290,772 : 131,254 : 24,905
Jan.-Mar...: 163 : 153,368 : 150,885: 45,274 : 349,690 : 125,827 : 27,541
Apr.-June..: 14,407 : 146,411 : 164,840: -28,923 : 296,735 : 120,782 : 25,629
Season...: 61,357 : 605,412 : 577,476: 30,046 :1,274,291 : 505,930 : 99,482
1964-65
July-Sept..: 27,700 : 137,052 : 156,945: 58,741 : 380,438 : 114,886 : 22,166
Oct.-Dec...: 21,770 : 157,683 : 183,174: -344 : 362,283: 130,744 : 26,939
Jan.-Mar...: 124 : 140,430 : 112,997: 50,327 : 303,878 : 130,323 : 10,107
Apr.-June..: 14,644 : 145,580 : 186,144: -17,940 : 328,428 : 124,904 : 20,676
Season...: 64,238 : 580,745 : 639,260: 90,784 :1,375,027 : 500,857 : 79,888
1965.-66:
July-Sept.. 23,400 : 148,011 : 187,093: 77,760 : 436,264 : 129,320 : 18,691
Oct.-Dec...: 23,300 : 152,133 : 166,248: 27,728 : 369,409 : 130,288 : 21,845
Jan.-Mar...: 100 : 137,585 : 213,160: 86,888 : 437,733 : 124,728 : 12,857
Apr.-June.. : : : : : :
Season .. *


2/ Owned and stored in bins or other
CC-owned grain is included in other po


storage owned or controlled by CCC. Additi


2/ All off-farm storage not otherwise designated.
2/ Does not include Canadian wheat milled in bond,
bushels of wheat used annually for breakfast food.


but includes about 10,000,000


I / ~t-~n4.1.n. nnn..~4.J .&n~ O~..Z 4. a a a a --a- S -- --- ~S L~LJ LJ~.~I


---a--


1 _. -







Supply and distribution,


1959-66


SUPPLY
Year : Stocks at beginning of period : Produ- :Imports: Total
and : : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : -on : grain tl
quarter : ars l :& warehouses 2 : stocks : suponlyply


1959-64 Av.
July-Sept..
Oct.-Dec...
Jan.-Mar...
Apr. -June..
Season...


--1,000 bushels--


....: 2,957:
....: 15,574:
....: 9,200


: 10,436
: 30,251
: 20,756
: 14,980
: 10,436


30,724


217 : 15,


30,724


iqet-6ff


July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
"a.-Mar..
.r .,-June.
Season..
:1965-66


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


33,318


.....: 1,701:
.....: 18,235:
.....: 11i, 625:
.....: 9,421:
:


: 29,730
: 21,268
: 17,571
: 5,292


10,048
17,240
15,092
14,196


33,318


: 2,415


38,888
30,532
21,852
18,322
41,025

46.606


24,673


DISTRIBUTION
Year : Used : Used : Milled : Exports : Feed and :
and : for : for : for : grain : residual : Total
quarter : seed : alcohol: flour : only : / :
: --1,000 bushels--
1939-64 Av. :
July-Sept.....: 2,780 : 717 : 1,155 : 2,19 : 4,731 : 12,202
Oct.-Dec.......: 2,780 : 1,258 : 1,171 : 2,659 : 1,80 : 9,672
Jan.-Mar.......: 322 : 1,392 : 1,176 : 1,3 : 1,15 : 5,857
Apr.-June...... 161 : 1,112 : 1,092 : 2,944 : 924 : 6,:.,
Season.......: 6,043 : 4,479 : 4,594 : 10,235 : ,61 : 33,964
1964-65 :
19[ o5 "'". ;=9,158
July-Sept.....: 2,766 : 621 1,170 1,163 3,3 9,158.
Oct.-Dec....... 2,766 1,052 1,20 172 3,99 9,264
Jan.-Mar....... 321 1,194 1,245 133 1,3". : 4,cci
Apr.-June......6 160 933 2 1,244 643 2,41:' : ,39
Season. ...: ,013 3, 800 4,939 2,111 11,239 23,10
1965-66 :
July-Sept.....: 2,576 803 : 1,285 72 5,187 : 10,593
,_o, -.10,593
Oct.-Dec.......: 2,576 1,116 : 1,326 796 : 1,515 : 7,329
Jan.-Mar.......: 298 : 1,400 : 1,305 : 138 : 1,558 : 4,699
Apr.-June .,,.: : : : :
Season.......: : : : :


stored


j/ Owned and
CCC-owned grain


All off-farm


Mostly
estimates.


in bins


included


storage not


quantity fed,


or other


storage owned or controlled


by CCC.


Additional


in other positions.


otherwise designated.


but also includes waste,


loss,


and statistical errors in







Corn:


Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


1959-66


Year :Stocks at beginning of period : Produe Imports Total
and : Farms : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : tion : grain upply
quarter : F l/ :& warehouses 2/: stocks : : only *


--1,000 bushels--


1959-64


Oct.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr. -June.
July-Sept.
Season..
1964-65


S

.0:2


Oct.-Dec......
Jan.-Mar....:2
Apr.-June...:1
July-Sept...:1
Season....:
1965-66
Oct.-Dec.....
Jan.-Mar....:3
Apr.-June...:2
July-Sept...:
Season....:


,052,
,107,
,439,


:1,660,919:
:4,425,219:


541,016:
466,149:


672,096:
818,459:
923,015:


604,
,142,
,159,


,165:
,223:
.348:


,344
,462
.660


,644:
,919:


:1,527,517:
:3,955,851:
:2,861,778:
: 1,933,880:.
: 1,527,517:


,608:
,291:
,073:


,817,311:


,817,311:
,8$17, 311:


,780:


:1,169,861:4,171,100:
:4,098,957: :
: 2,899,232: :.


234
1,132


,478,
,425,
,345,
,462,
,479,


221 :5,111,
268 :3,956,
177 :2,861,
289 :1,934,
955 :5,112,


156 :5,341,117
290 :4,099,247
:
*


DISTRIBUTION


Year


quarter


Used


seed


process


Used
for


: alcohol


: Exports
: grain
: only


: Feed and
: residual


Total


--1,000 bushels--


959-64


Oct.-Dec...
Jan.-Mar...
Apr.-June..
July-Sept..
Season...
1964-65
Oct. -Dec...
Jan. -Mar...
Apr.-June..
July-Sept..
Season...
1965-66
Oct. -Dec...
Jan.-Mar...
Apr.-June..
July-Sept..
Season...


a
-


2,290
9,159


11,449


2,200 :
8,801 :
p :


11,001


S
a


: 170,


: 2


: 5,931
: 30,829


46,862
50,058
51,200
52,614
00,734


51,044
46,760


: 93,
: 88,
: 92,
: 82,
: 356,


: 139,280
: 118,566
: 144,357
: 149,371
: 551,574


7,884
7,700


: 192,532
: 165,471


910
, 940
728
669
3,248


,577
,063
,848
,260
,748


: 961,634
: 915,980
: 716,870
: 556,894
: 3,151,378


990,700
977,813


1,053,
1,080,
882,
801,
3,817,


1,155,
1,094,
928,
764,
3,942,


1,242,160
1,200,015


a/ Owned and
CCC-owned grain


stored in bins or other


storage


owned or controlled by CCC.


Additional


is included in other positions.


All off-farm storage not otherwise designated.


Mostly quantity fed,


but includes corn for dry milling and farm household use


currently estimated atlDO million bushels annually.


Also includes waste,


loss,







Oats:


Supply and distribution,


1959-66


SUPPLY
Year : Stocks at beginning of period : :- Imports:
Year .Stoc__Stocks at beginning of period : :Imports: -


a -
: CCC :Mills, elevators: Total :
: / :& warehouses / : stocks


.... Farms
quarter


rroduo-
tion


: grain
: only


Total
supply


--1.000 bushels--


1959-64 Av..


July-Sept.
Qct.-Dec..
Jac.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
SSeason..

July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..


Jan. -Mar.
Apr.-June
Season.
195-.66
Juay-Sept
Oct-Dec.
Jan,-Mar.
Apr.-June


: 250,500
: 881,326
: 706,363
: 441,940


S252,063
: 751,471
: 622,498
:401,526


.: 219,920
.: 805,591
.: 680,423
.: 461,450


2,159
S1,851
S1,588


: 4
: 5
: 5
: 5


,591
,725
,757
,544


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


Season.


: 301,830
: 995,025
: 787,070
: 508,317
* 301,830


58,737
114,591
82,017
65,506


56,250
129,210
93,199
77.227


: 315,391
: 871,787
: 710,272
S472,576
* 315,391
: 282,690
S944,204
: 783,028
: 548.065


: 1,043


,708


,346
995


1,043,


880,095


880,095

959,192


: 1,110


,035
,673
,724
,903
,923

,916
.582


711,233
473,930
1,199,026


242,574
945,080
784,138


_DISTRIBUTION


Year


Used for


seed


quarter


Exports
grain only


Feed and
residual S/


Total


S


--1,000


bushels--


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

July-Sept.:
Oct. -Dec .:
Jan.-Mar..:
Apr.-June.:
Season..:
195 -66 S
JZly-Sept..
Qt.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
Season...


3,785
3,785
15,140
52,992
75.702


,158
,158
,631
,210
,157


3,126
3,126
12,506


9,932
4,739
3,174
5,447


1,609
1,293
33
1,190
4,125


9,195
13,167
1,504


337,293
200,079
261,093
158,797


319,362
157,859
225,993
145,840
849,054

286,049
145,759


351,010
208,603
279,407
217,236
1,056,256

324,129
162,310
238,657
191,240
916.336


298,370
162,052
236,073


Owned and stored iti bins or other storage owned


Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned
CO- owned grain is included in other positions.
j All off-farm storage not otherwise designated.


' costly quantity fed,
x bushels annually. Als


Sor controlled by COC. Additional


but includes oats for oatmeal currently estimated at 44 mil-
o includes waste, loss, and statistical errors in estimates.







Barley:


Supply and distribution,


19~9-66


SUPPLY


Year


and
quarter


Stocks at


beginning of period


:Mills,


Farms


elevators:


:& warehouses


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


:Imports:
: grain :
: anly :


Total
supply


--1,000 bushels--


959-64


July-Sept....: 60,530
Oct.-Dec.....: 267,110
Jan.-Mar.....: 200,454
Apr.-June....: 122,173
Season......
1964-6. :
July-Sept....: 60,891
Oct.-Dec..... 260,572
Jan.-Mar.....: 190,053
Apr.-June....: 107,019


Season...
1..2.61-K j~~jtel&..^k^^^
July-Sept..
Oct.-Dec...
Jan.-Mar...
Apr.-June..
Season...


..: 40,704
..: 257,198
..:195,235
..:105,415


:12,548
:12,473
: 11,636
:10,689
a
* 13,140
: 13,075
: 8,457
: 7,615


: 6,503
: 6,384
: 6,058
: 5.769


84,168
169,647
134,567
102,381


59,903
135,605
111,396
90,219


54,643
137,146
110,240
88,148


: 157,246
: 449,230
: 346,657
: 235,243
: 157,246


: 133,
: 409,
: 309,
: 204,
: 133,


: 101,850
: 400,728
: 311,533
: 199,332


: 418,277


: 418,

: 402,


: 402,


: 411,897


: 1,928
: 5,172
: 1,043
: 2,283
:10,426

: 2,465
: 5.401


: 1,678
: 10,044
: 1,538
: 2,830
" 719


:577,
: 454,
: 347,
: 237,
: 585,

:539,
:414,
: 310,
: 206,
: 546,


S515,
403,
: 312,


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and


quarter


Used
for seed


Industrial


use


Exports
grain only


Feed and


: residual


Total


1959-64 Av.
July-Sept....
Oct.-Dec.....
Jan.-Mar.....
Apr.-June....
Season.....
1964-65


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


*
a.. *


--1,000 bushels--


1,820
3,185
5,459
.2,283
12.747


,328
,323
,983
,962
,596

,485
,599
.456


24,502
20,224
21,609
26,311
92,64

26,976
21,816
23,678
27,903
00.373


: 26,
: 22,
: 25,


16,307


,676
,524
,218


91,217
59,002
71,974
47,607
69,800


128,221
107,745
112,457
92,600
441,023


: 130,
: 104,
: 105,
: 104,
: 445,


114,557
92,025
112,920


S
S...


l Owned and stored
tional CCO-owned grain


in bins or other storage owned


or controlled by CCC.


Addi-


is included in other positions.


All off-farm


Used


storage


for brewing,


Mostly quantity fe


not otherwise designated,


distilling, malt products,
d, but includes waste, los


s


including merchant mills.


and pearling.
, and statistical errors in esti-







Grain sorghum:


Supply and distribution,


1959-66


SUPPLY


Year :Stocks at beginning of period T t
and : Farms: CCC :Mills, elevators: Total Produc- Total
quarter : F :& warehouses 2' stocks tion Usupply
: --1,000 cwt.--
1959-6h Av.
Oct.-Dec......: lh,hLh: 2,610 : 330'66' : 3L8,123 : 305,272 : 6'56,395
Jan.-Mar......: 102,99 : 2,601 : L3,005 : 558,600 : : 558.,600
Apr.-June.....: 57,321: 2,473 : L01,975 : 61,769 : : 61,769
July-Sept......: 28,i62: 3,193 : 365,1^8 : 397,103 : : 397,103
Season......: : : : 3.8,123 : 308,272 : 656,395
196 -65 :
Oct.-Dec......: 214,057 : 2,556 : 337,058 : 363,671 : 275,655 ': 639,126
Jan.-Mar.......: 87,525: 2,57 : hL.102 : 53h,17l4 : 3LC171
Apr.-June......: 55,952: 2,55 : 372,595 : 31,09.' : : 431,092
July-Sept......: 35,37, : 2,637 : 330,942 : 368,953 : : 368,953
Season.......: : : : 363,671 : 275,h5 639,126
1965 -66 :
Oct.-Dec......: 27,L1l: 2,6.35 : t287,/ : 317,547 372,995 : 690,5'2
Jan.-Mar.......: 120,386 2,63L :. 425,8l6 : 5L .866 : : 56,866
Apr.-June......: 76,03j: 2,6h4 : 328,067 : Lu06,745 0: : 6,75
July-Sept....... S
Season... ... .
DISTRIBUTION
Year : Used Industrial : Feed and :
and : for seed : and food Exports : residual : Total
quarter :fe : uses w : A/
S--1,000 cwt.--
1959-64 Av. :
Oct.-Dec.......: : 1,8 : i,551 : 81,160 : 97,795
Jan.-Mar.......: 113 : 1, : 13,511 : 81,723 : 96,831
Apr.-June......: 1,022 : 1,4i4 : 12,17 : 49,23 : 6.,666
July-Sept......: : 1,h48 : 13,591 : 18,253 33,328
Season.......: 1,135 : 5,936 : 5,570 : 230,979 : 292,620
1964-65
Oct. -Dec.......: : 1,h00 : 1i,61 : 88,933 : 10i,952
Jan. -Mar.......: 11 : 1,400 : 15,371 : 86.196 : 103,082
Apr.-June.....: 1,037 : 1,00 : 20,794 : 38,908 : 62,139
July-Sept......: : lh,00 : 32,368 : 17,638 : 51,406
Season....... 1,152 : 5,600 : 83,152 : 231,675 : 321,579
*/ *j c1j nr
196 -6 :
Oct.-Dec.......: : l,00 : 27,980 : 112,296 : 1I1,676
Jan.-Mar.......: 113 : 1,400 : L0,883 : 99,725 : 12,121
Apr.-June.....: : : : :
July-Sept......: : : :
Season.... ... :
l/ Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled by CCC. Additional
CCC-owned grain is included in other positions.
2/ All off-farm storage not otherwise designated.
2/ Principally alcohol and distilled spirits. Includes allowance for wet-process
milling.
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Soybeans:


Supply and distribution,


1959-66


SUPPLY


Year : Stocks at beginning of period i/ : TtI
and : Fr: :Mills, elevators: Total : Produc- Total
quarter : Fams : CC :&warehouses 2/: stocks : tlon : supply
: --1,000 bushels-
1959-64 Av.
Sept.-Dec......: 7 : / : 4/ : 58,200 : 627,269 : 685,469
Jan.-Mar.......: 222,974 : 179 : 274,0o4 : 497,217 : : 497,217
Apr.-June......: 141,024 : 38 : 187,961 : 329,023 : : 329,023
July-Aug.......: 40,599 : 98 : 97,157 : 137,854 : : 137,854
Season.......: : : : 58,200 : 627,269 : 685,469
1961-65 :
Sept.-Dec......: / : / : // : 67,300 : 701,917': 769,217
Jan.-Mar.......: 191,715 : 9 334,811 : 526,535 : : 526,535
Apr.-June......: 98,315 : 0 : 249,035 : 347,350 : : 347,350
July-Aug.......: 23,019 : 0 : 108,465 : 131,484 : : 131,484
Season.......: : : : 67,300 : 701,917 : 769,217
1965-66 :
Sept.-Dnec......: 7,$98 : 0 : 22,131 : 29,729 4 843,708 : 873,437
Jan.-Mar.......: 284,476 : 0 : 334,122 : 618,598 :- 618,598
Apr.-June......: 150,005 : 0 : 226,039 : 376,044 : 376,044
July-Aug.......: : : : : :
Season.......: : : : : :
_____DISTRIBUTION,, Il
Year : : : Feedand :
Used Grushed .
and : for seed at mlls : Exports : residual : Total
quarter : : : : ._ / i
: --1,000 bushels--
1959-6L Av. :
Sept.-Dec......: : 142,915 : 66,629 : -21,292 : 188,252
Jan.-Mar.......: : 110,438 : 33,837 : 23,919 : 168,194
Apr.-June......: 33,314 : 105,793 : 36,686 : 15,376 : 191,169
July-Aug.......: : 69,067 : 21,191 : -6,504 : 83,754
Season.......: 33,314 : 428,213 : 158,343 : 11,499 : 631,369
1,964.65 ,
Sept.-Dec......: : 167,423 : 92,289 : -17,030 : 242,682
Jan.-Mar....... : 121,617 : 39,159 : 18,409 : 179,185
Apr.-June...... 39,390 : 116,197 : 51,477 : 8,802 : 215,866
July-Aug....... : 73,743 : 29,162 : -1,150 : 101,755
Season.......: 39,390 : 478,980 : 212,087 : 9,031 : 739,488
196-6 6
Sept.-Dec......: : 171,613 : 107,863 : -24,637 : 254,839
Jan.-Mar.......: : 144,780 : 58,220 : 39,554 : 242,554
Apr.-June....... : .
July-Aug........ : :
Season......: : : :


Stocks for


eptember


, 1959-64 were adjusted by Economic Research


Service


eptember


1 basis from data originally published for October


2/ All off-farm storage
3/ Mostly quantity fed,
mates.
1 I tW. a k -


S


not otherwise designated.


but includes waste,


loss,


and statistical


errors


in esti-







Flaxseed:


11 -

Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


19~9-66


Year


and
quarter


Farms


tocks at beginning ofa
- CaC aas af
* CX All others
-


period


STotal
: stocks


Produc-
tion


Imports
: grain
: only


Total
supply


--1.000 bushel


1959-64


July-Sept..
Oct.-Dec. .


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


196 -65
July-Sept
Oct.-Dec.,


-Mar.


Apr.-June


.....: 11,609


Li
6


I


.,...,: 12,
. .. .... 12,
,,. : 0,
..,,,.: .


999:
,011:


448:
728 :
570':
538:


5,334
14,210
12.394


11,673
S18,398
14,645
10.994


Season....
1965-66


: 6,974
: 25,820
** 21,394


: 13,121
: 31,128
: 23,215
: 17,532
: 13.121


- rj.r.
Ai',ALtU


27,440

24,406


24.406


S34,414
S25,820
S21,394
S15,468
S34,414

: 37,527
: 31,129
: 23,215
: 17,532
: 37,528


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


......: 2,
......: 20,
......: 13,
......: 10,


8,460
14,879
18,812
15,131


: 10,922
: 35,267


35,162


46,084
35,267
32.696


5,890


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and Used Crushed Exported : Other disap- Total
quarter : for seed for oil. pearanrce 2


--1.000 bushel


s--


1959-64 Av.
July-Sept.,.
Oct.-Dec...
Jan, -Mar...
Apr.-June..
Season. .
1964-65
July-Sept.,
Oct. -Dec.,.
Jan. -Mar...
Apr.-June..
Season...
1965-66
July-Sept..
Oct.-Dec...
Jan.-Mar..
Apr. -June..
Season. .


4,987
5,741
4,989
4,817
20,534


8,594
4,426
5,926
8,793
27.739


4,941


-2,773
-300


1,906
1,971


4,067
20,775


,036
,861


4,333
-5,188
1,052


6,399
7,914
5,683
6,610
26,606


10,817


l/ Owned and
CCC-owned grain


stored in


bins or other


is included in other po


storage owned
sitions.


or controlled


byOC


. Additional


/ All off-farm stor
/ Includes cleaning
/ Less than 1,000 b


ages


loss,
ushels.


not otherwise


waste,


designated.


and statistical


errors


in estimates.


S--




UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


Consumer and Marketing
Grain Division


Service


Postage and Fees Paid
U. S. Department of Agriculture


Federal Center Building
Hrattsville, Maryland 20782


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3 1262 08 57 06


OFFICIAL BUSINESS


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stiLe. na.


Grains:


Quantity outstanding under support and owned by CCC compared with
total stocks, April 1, 1966 and 1965


(Data


in 1,000 bushels except grain sorghum in 1,000 cwt.)


Under support : : : % of
Current crop:Prior crops: Owned Total under Total s
Grain rby support and stocks
Gran outstanding :outstanding: CCC wned r s : / controlled
: 1/ : 2/ : : : : ly 000
April 1, 1966

Wheat .................: 68,502 65,280 h49,895 583,677 901,290 65
Rye ...................: 4,985 4,738 9,723 24,678 39
Corn...................: 187,596 353,148 440,081 980,825 2,899,232 34
Oats ..................: 35,972 37,725 37,823 111,520 548,065 20
Barley ................; 9,038 5,894 11,264 26,196 199,332 13
Grain sorghum .........: 55,609 19,212 231,000 305,821 406,745 75
Soybeans ..............: 44,808 8 44,816 376,044 12
Flaxseed ..............; 10,538 3,768 14,306 25,890 55
April 1, 1965

Wheat .................: 139,112 49,356 640,809 829,277 1,145,881 72
Tye ...................: 5,101 424 5,525 17,571 31
Corn ................... 193,990 439,535 693,495 1,327,020 2,861,778 h6
Oats ..................: 33,820 33,470 30,934 98,221 472,576 2
Barley ................: 7,212 15,850 20,889 43,951 204,853 21
Grain sorghum ..........: 43,948 17,199 308,769 369,916 431,092 B6
Soybeans .............. 18,079 82 9 18,170 347,350 5
Flaxseed ..............: 4,755 2,580 7,335 17,532

j/ Quantity of current crop placed under support minus the quantity of loans repaid.
2' Quantity of previous crops outstanding under reseal programs.
3/ Total grain in all positions as reported by Crop Reporting Board.


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