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Grain market news
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United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service. -- Grain 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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SGjAIN DIVISION
SUNIYED STATES


'4


iWuijia t~


RALMA


DEPARTMENT


I.FIA.~
Washinna


DEC 9 19fb
iRKETING SERVICE
AGRICULTURE
3. -Univ. oTTor a
-- r\ nfl>cA


QUARTERLY

SUMMARY

AND

STATISTICS


April 30,


rices generally declined during the January-April period with soybeans


t showing the sharpest loss. However,
,en1ig throughout most of the period.


corn was an exception with prices
Prices in April for corn, grain


sorghtth and rye and feed grains on the West Coast were higher than a year ago


tile wheat prices


in April averaged about 12# below April 1963.


stocks on April 1 of 129 million tons,


stocks were at a record high,


Feed grain


were 6 percent above a year ago.


while wheat holdings were 20 percent


Soybean


below a year


WHEAT ... prices declined around 15$ per bush
April regained part of the loss due mainly to lim
: ad< also. to effects of the new wheat legislation.


iel from January to March but in
cited supplies of "free" wheat
Hard winter wheat prices in


Kansas City in April


were 1-2 per bushel above the January


level but ordinary


protein averaged 12$ below April 1963. Despite the gain
and spring wheat averaged 8-12 per bushel below January.
13'during the 4-month period and in April averaged 33$ I


in April, Ted winter
Durum wheat dropped


elow a year ago.


Higher


protein wheat sold at
1 i-13% last year. St


million bushels,


premrnms averaging around 6$


per bushel


ocks of wheat in all positions on April 1


the smallest holdings since 1958.


Credit Corporation owned 898 million


this year as against
totaled 1,207


Of the total stocks,


-- 50 million less than a year ago.


Commodity
An ad-


ditional 141 million were outstanding under support or reseal,


leaving around 168


million bushels of "free"


wheat.


This compares with 263 million at the same time


a year ago.


Exports of wheat and flour totaled 625 million bushels,. July through


March, around 200 million more than the same mont
ale millionn the first nine months, about
ee& Canadian stocks of wheat on March 31
with Q niflion a year earlier.


hs last season.


Flour milling


2 percent above the same period
totaled 784 million compared


RYE .,. prices dec
average at Minneapolis
a year. ago.. Weakness
in all positions April


year.


lined


i


steadily the first four months of. the year but the


for the first three weeks of April was 7$ per bushel above
n rye reflected the small exports. Stocks of 10.8 million
1 were the smallest since 1953 and 4.4 million below last


Exports of 1.5 million the January-March quarter were down a third from


Mst ptf:hile, tfte -monh total of 7.2 million were less than half the previous,


Qther disappearance continued at about last year's level.


Re stocks in


Canada'totaled 11.3 million on March 31 as against only 6.6 million a year earlier.


L.


above


at the farm,


last year reflecting in pa


dipping slightly in February hav


JanUary through March averaged 4 per budhel
rt record exports. Market prices, although
'e been advancing g daly durihtillie period and


in April were around 5 per bushel above &der ago., Socks of*corn in all po-
sitions on April 1 totaled 3,264 :million r 2!6 million more than a year ago.
Farm stocks were at a record high but off arm~ ses were percent less than


I,


1964


nfl- I, rt ~ I; .'.. nfl -- Cl
n ... A .bn .n -- ~b. a lea.


%







last year and


same


as last year.


March 31


this year


smallest si
However,
as against


nce


1957.


farmers had


owned


put only


788 million on April 1
376 million under price


504 million a year earlier.


sales of


- about
support


corn the


first


six months


totaled


only


114 million compared


with 478 million last


season.


Disappearance


corn


100 million less than las
months, were a record hig
were used for wet milling


the first half


t


season.


of the
Exports


season at 2,134 million
of nearly 260 million,


75 million more than last year,


-- the


largest


of record.


bushels was about


the first


Over 97 million


Corn remaining for feed


six
bushels
totaled


1,762 million,
estimated at 1


nearly 200 million less


.70.3 million compared


than in 1962-


with 173


. An


million for


imal units
1962-63.


1963-64 are


Feeding


corn


per animal
lat year.


unit


totaled


bushels


the first half


of the


season


as against 11.3


OATS


... prices


April average


gradually declined


the first


three months


below a year ago at Minneapolis and


Chicago.


of this year with


Prices at Portland


bushel above a year ago.


29 million from a year ago,
feed, July through March, t
last year. Exports of arou
months last year. Canadiar


April 1


7 percent


,otaled


md


L


741 million


4 million were


stocks


of oats


stocks


totaled


low average.
n -- 70 million
only a fifth


March


tota


518 million


Disappearance
n below the
of those exp
led 303.mill


bushels, up
mainly for


same period


orted
iont


same


his year


as against 281 million last year.


BARLEY
Prices rec
ever, price
Coast. Ba


... prices


generally declined


covered most of the


es
rle


in April
v stocks


less than a year ago.


only


slightly


year earlier.
past three mc


less


mt


-I


the first


loss in April due


were Delow as
in all position:
Disappearance


than last year.


Imports were
hs. Stocks


t year
ns Apri


of 322


Exports


three months


part


in the Midwe
1 1 totaled


to good


of the


calendar year,


export demand.
3-7$ above on t


231 million,


million bushels, July
of 43 million compared


relatively heavy the first 6 months


of Canadian


barley,


March


totaled 20


only


Hal


he


2 million


through March,


1


with 50 million
, very light inv
0 million 6


million above a year ago,


GRAIN SORGHUM
for the first thr


Angeles


ert,


... prices


ee months


in April averaged


were


million more


million with an additicna


cwt.


the first half


of the


at the farm averaged


of the
12-15


calendar year.


per cwt.


than a year
1 91 million


Mar


above April


earlier.


under


season were about


remaining for feed at 189 million


SOYBEAN


... prices


bushel


supplies.


below the


Prices


bushels on April 1


wings
last
the


of 223
season,.


million


cwt.


was


Of the


loan
the


per cwt.
ket price


1963.
total


or reseal,.


same as


las


higher than a year I
s at Ft. Worth and I


Stocks
stocks,
Exports
t season


slightly above the year


at Illinois points during the January-March


same


in April we
were the 1
n the first


Exports of


of March farmers had


months
re at ab


of 467 millici
CCC owned 304
of 33 iillio
. The quantitl


before.

quarter average


last year due to smaller crushing and


out


largest of r
six months


ll million were


last year'


record,


level.


Stocks


larger


of 376 million


34 million above a year ago.


compared with 249 million the
5 million more than last year


put 67 million bushels under price


support


Crusi


same period
's record.
as agains-


3st
n
vas
ia
blie i



igo






Ib J
3d

1
'a
I
Br
b 53


million a year earlier.


PTA YwINw


rvrA n no nirorn aoA 51~1 flO no," 1-niehol n-I, 1\54~nrmoonn~ 4.a +ho t4w'a+


were


^ ^


-


.







GRAINS:


MONTHLY


AVERAGE


CASH PRICES


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


COMMODITY


WHEAT


MARKET


Kansas City


GRADE


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


Apr.
1964
I/
225


VMar.
i 1964


Feb.
1964


Apr.~


Loan
Rafte


196


1962


Fort Worth No. 1 Hard Winter 259 250 259 269 227 247
ag ~ No. 2 Yellow Hard Winter _212 203 219 221 209 227
go No. 2 RedWinter 212 203 221 216 209 227
Toledo No. 2 Red Winter 26212 203 21 206 -
e No. 2 Soft White __213 203 218 211 -
SNo. 2 Hard Winter 221 212 229 233 209 227
No. 2 Red Winter 217 208 228 225 209 227
-----____ __ __ 1 20-- --22 2099 227Tg-
No. 1 DNS, Ord. Prot. 222 219 226 237 216 23
Minneapolis No. 1 DNS, 13% prot. 224 221 228 242 -
Minneapolis....
No. 1 DNS, 15% Prot. 228 222 229 250 -
No. 1H. Amber Duruma 219 221 230 252 241 275
Porand No. I soft white_ ___219 207 224 226 200 218
a_ No. I Hard Winter, Ord. Prot. 230 221 237 247 200 218


Baltimore


No. 2 Red Winter (garlicky)


224


RYt Minneapolis No. 2 __129 132 137 122 129 122
Kansas City No. 2 White 129 127 130 127 -
SNo. 2 Yellow 129 127 124 121 -
No. 2 yellow12-
Omaha No 2 Yellow 123 122 119 115 -
No. 2 Yellow 126 124 122 121 -
COR No. 3 yellow 123 121 119 119 -
> Toledo No. 2 Yellow 124 122 120 119 -
St. Louis No. 2 Yellow 129 128 126 125 _-
______Minneapolis No. 2 Yellow 120 116 111 112 -
*' Kansas City No. 2 White 737374 73 -
7Cia68 68 70 75 ___
Chicago No. 2 Extra Heavy White 68 68 70 75
0*$ Toledo No. 2 White 67 67 68 74-
SMinneapolis No. 2 Extra Heavy White 65 6 6 68 -_- -
SPortland No. 2 Extra Heavy White 80 80 81 7 -
Kansas City No. 3 107 108 110 109 100 111
SNo. 3 or better Malting 119 115 114 121 -
~~Minneapolis,
Beo No. 3 or better 10196 96 107 98 109
BARLEY Portland No. 2 Western 45 lbs. 11 109 109 107 105 116
1 Stockton No. 2 Western 46 lbs. 128 129 131 122 107 118
S'Los Angeles No. 2 Western 46 lbs. 130 130 131 127 107 18
-J^Kansas tCity No. 2 Yellow 195 194 196 194 206 228
SQRGHiuM Fort Worth No. 2 Yellow 228 227 231 213 223 245
.. Los Angges No- 2 Yellow 248 245 247 236 240 261
Chicago No. 1 yellow 26 2629 270 261 -
SOYAS Toledo No. 1 Yellow6 264 267 259 -
50YBEANS "" ...
Minneapolis No. 1 Yellow 251 257 260 250
Illinois Pts. No. Yellow 254 263 265 255 -








Wheat:


Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


1957-64


Year : Stocks at beginning of period : : Imports: Total
and : F CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : oa- : grain :
quarter Farms : I/ :& warehouses 2/ : stocks : tion : only suppl
:--1,000 bushels--
1957-62 Av.
July-Sept.. 91,780: 76,871: 993,342 :1,161,993:1,225,262: 1,056: 2,388,311
Oct.-Dec...: 501,899: 74,493: 1,531,580 :2,107,972: : 1,991: 2,109,963
Jan.-Mr... 372,298: 73,785: 1,380,019 :1,826,102: : 2,574: 1,828,676
Apr.-June..: 226,962: 69,134: 1,218,899 :1,514,995: : 2,176: 1,517,171
Season...: : : :1,161,993:1,225,262: 7,797: 2,395,052
1962-63
July-Sept..: 102,308: 59,547: 1,160,015 :1,321,870:1,093,667: 501: 2,416,038
Oct.-Dec...: 406,243: 58,958: 1,604,885 :2,070,086: : 764: 2,070,850
Jan.-Mar...: 316,483: 58,221: 1,441,817 :1,816,521: : 2,280: 1,818,86i
Apr.-June..: 194,999: 46,903: 1,262,190 :1,504,092: : 1,507: 1,505,599
Season...: : :1,321,870:1,093,667: 5,052: 2,420,589
1963-64 :
July-Sept..: 95,254: 38,317: 1,061,362 :1,194,933:1,137,641: 529: 2,333,103
Oct.-Dec...: 408,667: 34,028: 1,498,593 :1,941,288: : 512: 1,941,800
Jan.-lMar...: 308,576: 30,633: 1,273,455 :1,612,664: : 2,038: 1,614,702
Apr.-June..: 152,869: 14,379: 1,039,440 :1,206,688: : :
Season ... *
DISTRIBUTION
Year : Used : Milled : Exports : Feed and : :Distribution flour
and : for : for : grain : residual : Total : in terms of grain
quarter : seed : flour 2/: only : A/ : : Domestic : Exported


--1,000 bushels--


1957-62


July-Sept..
Oct.-Dec...
Jan.--Mar...
Apr,-June..
Season...
1962-63
July-Sept..
Oct.-Dec...
Jan.-Mar...
Apr.-June..,
Season...
1963-64
July-Sept..
Oct.-Dec...
Jan.-NMar...
Apr.-June.
Season...


152,527:
150,038:
139,037:


280,339:
283,861:
313.681:


125.195:


181.752:


7,800:
0.600:


152,476:
157,735:
152,473:


,506:
,165:
,927:
,156e
,112:


314,709:
310,666;
225.656:


391,
329,
408,


215,941:


815:
136:
014:


127,282:
128,564:
124,627:
115,502:
495,975:


18,943
23,963
25,411
23,535
91.852


125,844,
132,653:
125,955:
117,593:
502,043:


132,435:
131,422:
128,103:


20,041
26,313
24,378


J/ Owned and stored in bins or other
0CC-owned grain is included in other, po
2/ All off-farm storage not otherwise
D/ Does not include Canadian wheat mi


storage owned or controlled by CCC. Additional
sitions.
e designated.
lled in bond, but includes about 10,000,000








Supply and distribution, 1957


SUPPLY
Tear Stocks at beginning of period : Produc- :Imports: Total
and : :CC 000 :.Mills, elevators: Total : t- : grain :
Farms. tion supply
quarter : : / :& warehouses 2/ : stocks : : only :

1957-62 Av. : --1,000 bushels--
y-Sept......: 3,078: 374: 7,315 : 10,767: 29,060: 2,552: 42,379
Ot.-Dee....... :16 374: 261: 15 006 : 31 641: : 117: 31 758
Mbhr.......: 10,023: 209: 11,782 : 22,014.: : 3: 22,017
A *ine......: 6,953: 188: 9,337 : 16,478: : 158:" 16 636
On....... : : : 10,767: 29,060: 2,830 : 42,657
a
*
t...... 1,908: 149: 5,834 : 7,891: 40,803 : 201: 48,895
tC)c........ 20,232: 101: 12,889 : 33,222 : : 2 : 33,224
Jan.-Mar....... 13,700: 64: 9,912 : 23,676: : 345: 24,021
Apr.-June......: 7,373: 73: 7,800 : 15,246: : 0 : 15,246
Seasan..'..... : : : 7,891: 40,803: 548: 49,242

C S +ept......: 2,070: 166: 4,689 : 6,925: 29,407: 4: 36,336
S......: 11,365: 247: 11,460 23,072: : 310: 23,382
.-ar.......: 5,614: 152: 9,005 : 14771 -: 14,771
Axr,-June......: 3,468: 115: 7,259 : 10,842: : :
o~S~* S S S S
Season........ : :
-- DISTRIBUTION
-Xear : Used : Used : Milled : Exports : Feed and :
and : for : for : for : grain : residual: Total
qxaer : seed : alcohol : flour : only : / :
*- -1,000 bushels-
195762 Av
ep...... 2,692: 758: 1,146: 2,015: 4,127: 10,738
Op.-Dec....... 2,691: 1,392: 1,164: 1,718: 2,779: 9,744
........ 312: 1,530: 1,175: 1,065: 1,457: 5,539
Je..'''' 156: 1,222: 1,075: 1,698: 1.,462: 5,613
a....... 5,851: 4,902: 4,560: 6,496: 9,825: 31,634

l Spt...... 2,770: 581: 1,180: 7,793: 3,349: 15,673
(^. c........ 2,770: 1,070: 1,202: 4,042: 464: 9,548
J.- ........ 320 : 1,170 : 1,155 : 4,536: 1,594 : 8,775
S-June...... 161: 872: 1,123: 4,282 : 1,883: 8,321
6eon....... 6,021:: 3,693: 4,660: 20,653: 7,290: 42,317
J fy-Sept...... 2,930: 569: 1,214: 2,353: 6,198: 13,264
.. -a. ...,61
*." ...... 2,930 :' 982: 1,179: 3,376: 144: 8,611
.-ar........ 340: 1,199: 1,126: 1,503: -239: 3,929
-w m VUI a S U
Apr. -June.......
Season.. .. .. a a
% Mx : x x 07% x R:A x~v xf~yx x xxC *x axxx" l M I I i m li n ii a n I i


SOwned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled by 000CC.
00GC0-owned grain is included in other positions.


Additional


/ All off-farm storage not otherwise designated.
2 Mostly quantity fed.. but also includes waste, 1i
es5jzates.


.055,


and statistical errors in







Corn:


Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


1957-64


Year : Stocks at beginning of period : Produc- :Imports: Total
and : Farms CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : tion : gran
quarter : : :/ :& warehouses 2/: stocks : : only
--1,000 bushels--
1957-62 Av.
Oct.-Dec....: 423,777: 592,744: 625,020 :1,641,541:3,551,952: 294:5,193,787
Jan.-Mar....:2,827,751: 638,464: 731,254 :4,197,469: : 272:4,197,741
Apr.-June... :1,940,527: 590,295: 695,283 :3,226,105: : 489:.3,226,594
July-Sept...:1,282,707: 532,508: 602,858 :2,418,073: : 289:2,418,362
Season.... : : :1,641,541:3,551,952: 1,344:5,194,837
1962-63 .
~226 590*1 : 242:5,276,461
Oct.-Dec....: 565,289: 484,057: 590,200 :1,639,546:3,636,673: 242:5,276,461
Jan.-Mar....:2,964,921: 556,817: 694,931 :4,216,669: : 284:4,216,953
Apr.-June...:1,997,745: 534,942: 504,670 :3,037,357: : 126.3,037,483
July-Sept...:1,385,912: 384,000: 344,605 :2,114,517:: 308:2,114,825
Season.... .: : : :1,639,546:3,636,673: 960:5,277,179
1963-64
Oct.-Dec....: 514,259: 366,268: 435,066 :1,315,593:4,081,791: 225:5,397,609
Jan.-Mar....:3,216,580: 412,046: 724,318 :4,352,944: : 266:4,353,210
Apr.-June...:2,254,054: 405,800: 603,877 :3,263,731:
July-Sept..: : : : : : :
DIS T R TION *
DISTRIBUTION


Year


quarter


Used


seed


Wet
process


Used


: alcohol


: Exports
: grain
: only


: Feed and
: residual
:


Total


--1,000 bushels--


Oct.-Dec.
Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
July-Sept.
Season..
1962-63


Oct.-Dec....:
Jan. -Mar. ...:
Apr.-June...:
July-Sept...:
Season....:
1963-64 :


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


11.655


32.256


7.607


,412
.176


48,421
179.376


7,547
5,257
8.165


66,964
59,824
258.982


102,233
81,329
124,002
89,751
397.315


: 882,400
: 858,418
: 684,215
: 626,875
: 3,051,908


: 907
: 1,045
: 735
: 655
: 3,345


,914
.225


,585
,774
,934
,803
.096


915.166


,509,


1,059,
1,179,
922,
799,
3,961,


1,044,665
1,089,479


2/


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


CC-owned grain


Additional


is included in other positions.


All off-farm


storage


Mostly quantity fed,


not otherwise designated.
but includes corn for dry milling and farm household use


currently estimated at 100 million bushels annually.


Also includes waste.


loss.


1957-62


11,634


-2,287:
2,287:








Oats:


Supply and distribution,


1957-64


Year :
and :
'quarter a
-


Farms


SUPPLY


Stocks at beginning of period
: CCC :Mills, elevators: Total
: / :& warehouses / : stocks
__I I|__ -- --a --


Produc-
tion


:Imports
grain
:only


Total
supply


: --1,000 bushels-
1957-62 Av.*


t y-Sept
6et.-Dec.
Jan -Mar.
Apr. -June
8eason.
1962-63
t5ept

_i -- a i r.
jr^-.June
$eason.

y-$ept
Qip.tgDec.
Jan,-Mar.
Apr.-June
Season.


: 251.622


: 2,


49,746
114,061


.: 787,831:
.: 491,567:


: 304


1,182,012


:1,104,378:
: 871,210:
: 558.559:


: 304


.: 228,
.: 858,
.: 693,
.: 426,


.: 231,
.: 833,
.: 687,
.: 445,


: 276,576:
: 968,228:
: 770,475:
: 488,392:
: 276.576:


: 1,


: 2,
: 3,
: 3,


39,812
108,987
81,520
68,037


: 274,422:
S945,928:
: 773,277:
: 517,501:


2,093:
* 958:
1,410:


1,488
1.106


872,168
559,969


1,182,012


: 1.036:


1,020,371:


980,910


1,174:


771,511
489,945
1,301,182


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and
quarter
, II


Used for


seed


Exports
grain only


Feed and
residual


Total


: --1,000


bushels--


1957-62 Av_
J~a -pt.n
Oet.-Dec..:
Jan.-lAbr..:
A.r -June: -
.eason...
1962-63
JuI-Sept.
OOe.-See..:
Jn..-Mar..:
Apr.-June.:
4; Saon..

Jiay-Sept.


Get.


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


9,211
6.335


16,847


3,681
3,681


51,531
73,616


28,843

11. 897


22,784


370.396


224,714
291,669
181,093
1.067.872


313,501


265,384
161,216
930.360


383,819
235,261
313,609
248,260
1,180,949

329,079
199,039
283,119
215,523
1,026,760


303,687
169.608


3.522


i/ Owned and stored in hins or other storage owned or controlled by COO.
C0G-oaned grain is included in other positions.


& All off-farm storage not otherwise de
j/ Mostly quantity fed, but inclUdes oatsE
lien anbsbsi anmalit Almhsn i-nniini wuan


Additional


~signated.


I


for oatmeal currently estimated at 44 mil-


in -n~


asnd sts..lnti.Ta.. errorn in st i~mnntes -







Barley:


Supply and


distribution,


1957


SUPPLY


Year


quarter


Farms


Stocks at


: CCC


beginning of period


:M.ills,


elevators:


:& warehouses


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


:Imports
: grain
. only


Total
supply


1,000 bushels--


1957-62 Av. .
July-Sept.,..:
Oct.-Dec.....
Jan. -Mar.....:
Apr.-June....:
Season.....
1962-63
July-Sept....:
Oct.-Dec.....
Jan. -Mar.....
Apr.-June....:
Season.....:
1963-6 :
July-Sept....:
Oct.-Dec.....:
Jan. -Mar......
Apr.-June....:
Season.....:


58,486:
277,769:
205,566:
130,882:


11,981:
11,632:
9,520:
8,309:


91,885
179,465
147,26h
113,890


,35
,866:
,350:
,081:
,352:


433,898:


8: 2
8:1ijm<


47,951:
280,92h:
215,066:
130,915:


67,571:
262,561:
199,085:
129,173:


7,323:
7,451:
7,461:


68,h37


9,h
13,1
13,0
12.8


123,711:
452,665:
365,754:
233,772:
123,711:


1i6,8
425,91
329,5
231,3


,h8:


hitS:


399,921:


,235
,796
,622
,933
,586

356
847
184
582
,969

,003
,655
393


:599
:475
:363
:256
:610
;560
: 453
:345
:234
:562


,972
,014
,836

,515
,512
,938
,354
.128


:547,760
:430,6142
: 329,896


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and


quarter


Used
for seed


Industrial


Exports
grain cnby


: Feed and
: residual
: /


Total


--1,000 bushels--


1925-62 Av.
July-Sept....
Oct.-Dec.....
Jan.-Mar.....
Apr.-June....
Season.....


,011:
,525:
,o45:


2h,205:
19,911:
20,86h:
25,96:


,133:
,703:


80,742
66,862
61,18:
29,258:
238,010


1962-63
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
Season..
.1263-6[
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
ADr.-June.
Season..


S


1,749:
3,062:
5,2h8:
Ii.808:


S


91,311:


25,101:
21,075:
21,76h


15,832:
22,438:
11,763:

64,h90


10,723:
17,601:
1h.88S


,45
,74h1
,012

,62k


84,317:
59,607:
57,050


121,773
101,139
98,595


S


/ Owned and stored
tional CCC-owned grain


in bins or other


storage owned


or controlled by CCC.


is included in other positions.


Addi-


All off-farm storage not otherwise


Used for


I


brewing,


distilling, malt p


designated.
products, and pearling.








Grain sorghum:


Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


1957-64


Year ...: Stocks at beginning of period: :
and : : GC00 :Mills, elevators: Total : Produc- Total
Y quarter : : : & warehouses .2/: stocks : tion : supply
-. Av. : -1,000 cwt.--
1957-62 Av. S
Qet.-Dec.......: 10,130 : 1,968 : 232,249 : 244,347 313,975 : 558,322
J -ar.......: 10$,500 : 1,898 : 359,602 : 467,000 : : 467,000
.-une......: $5,305 : 1,785 : 333,$65 : 390,655: : 390,655
ept......: 22,539: 3,194 : 310,988 : 336,721 : 336,721
on.......: : : : 244,347 313,975 : 558,322
2-3:
ec.......: 13,540 : 2,698 : 353,870 : 370,108 : 285,424: 65$,$32
Ja24far......: 99,043 : 2,701 : 471,347 : $73,091: : 573,091
r ;-June......: 56,754 : 2,617 : 403,528 : 462,899 : : 462,899
Syept.....: 28,151 : 2,399 : 358,110 : 388,660: : 388,660
eason....... : : : 370,108 28$,424: 6$5,532

ct. -Dec....... 19,439: 2,258 : 344,836 : 366,533: 326,741: 693,274
.ar.......: 10$,499 : 2,248 : 464,273 : 572,020 : : $72,020
Afx:.-une......: 61,149 : 2,248 : 4o0,101 : 467,498: :
*^ aIw H|*' 1
JiLNy-Sept......: : : : : :
Season...... : : : : :
..... .... _____D IS TR IB U T IO N
YTear : : Industrial : : Feed and :
Used
a- for seed : and food : Exports : residual : Total
quarter : uses */ : /
L S I S I
: --1,000 cwt.--
1957-62 Av.
See....... : 1,484 : 11,151 : 78,687 : 91,322
..ar....... 125 : 1,484 : 11,297 : 63,439 : 76,345
-une......: 1,121 : ,8 : 11,162 : 40,167 : $3,934
y-Sept......: : 1,8 : 1,01 : 11,751 : 27,249
e.......: ,26 : 5,936 : 47,624 : 194,04 : 248,850
i2 -63 : -
@-Dec....... : 1,680 : 16,331 : 64,430 : 82,441
an.-Mar.......: 119 : 1,680 : 17,273 : 91,120 : 110,192
-June......: 1,072 1,680 : 17,567 : 53,920 : 74,239
ept......: : 1,680 : 11,943 : 8,504 : 22,127
eaon.......: 1,191 : 6,720 : 63,114 : 217,974 : 288,999

ot.-Dec....... : 1,680 : 18,131 : 101,443 : 121,254
an-Mar....... 119 : 1,680 : 15,094 : 87,629 : 104,22
r. une. .. ...
*y- 1 *..: : :
n -y u~ a C
Season..


1 Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled by C00G
O0O-owied grain is included in othdr positions.


All off-farm storage not otherwise


Additional


designated.


I Principally alcohol and distilled spirits.


Includes allowance


fTr wet-process






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Flaxseed:


Supply and distribution, 1957


SUPPLY


Year : Stocks at beginning of period : odu : Imports: Total
and : Farms : OCC : All others Total : tion : grain : PP
quarter : : :/ : stocks : only:


-1,000 bushels--


1 0Q67-6


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


. .. .: 1,860
......: 12,552
......: 9,311
,,..: 6.836


11.555


820


: 10,199
: 26,084
: 20,866
: 14,656
: 10,199


27.268


,467
,084
,866
,656
,467


S
S
a
27.268:


1 9[a2-,.63..
July-Sept.....
Oct. -Dec.......
Jan.-Mar.......
Apr.-June .....
Season......


.: 1,328
.: 15,165
.: 11,407


11,811
13,037
11,335


: 3,608
S26,976
* 24,444
: 18,827


32,230


32.230


: .


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


..... 1


*....." 12,818 :
......: 10,606:
.'...:" 7,813:


6,798
23,067
19,157
16,472


31.481


39,869
35,901
29,776


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24


DISTRIBUTION


Year : : : : :
and : Used : Crushed : Exported : Other disap- : Total
quarter : for seed for oil : pearance / :


-1,000 bushels--


1957-62


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


22,386:


1,169:
6,366:


1,336:
-2,637:
831:
-152:
-622:


11,383
5,218
6,210
7,611
30,422


1962-63


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


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


S *t*** .


: 2
: 2


4,314:
6,029:
5,218:
5,450:
21.011:


-6,164:
329:
2,035:
-115:


1963-6L


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


1.171


*5*0* S
S
* 5~4**


-665:
-683:


3,981
6,135
5,488


Apr.-June. .,
Season. ..


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


controlled by COO.


Additional


7 At A a n a 1 a a ~.? n I -L a a..~fl La.Lt LOal aa a .L J -- .1- a -






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Soybeans:


Supply and distribution,


1957-64


SUPPLY


aYe
i and
S,:u r'
.2


r


Farms


ter


Stocks at beginning of period


: Commodity Credit
: Corporation ./


:Mills,


elevators:


:& warehouses


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


Total
supply


--1,000 bushels--


Tar'. -Mar.. p


Apr.-June.
jujy-Septs.
Season..
1962-63


Oct.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
Si ty-Sept.
Season..
1963-64


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


.: 124,409
.: 31,343


.: 13,759
.: 226.552


18,126
245,858
176,311
97,664


43,547
03,020


5,007
6.365


.: 261,677
.: 190.171


11,085
297,495
185,817


: 24,453
:450,219
:301,134
:129,118
: 24,453


: 57,565
:529,834
:342,496
:137,916
: 57.565


: 15,055
:559,187
:376,002


:566,259
:
a


: 566,289


: 669,211
:
*
a
a

: 669,211

: 701,465
*
*


: 590,742
: 450,219
: 301,134
: 129,118
: 590,742


: 726,776
: 529,834
: 342,496
: 137,916
: 726,776"


6,520
9,187


DISTRIBUTION


:Used for seed:


quarter


Crushed
at mills


Net
exports


: Feed and
: residual
: 6


Total


--1,000 bushels--


1957-62


Oct.-Dec.
Jan, -lar.
Apr. -June
July-Sept
Season.
1962-63
Oct.-Dec.


30.512


30,512


-Mar.


Apr.-June.
July-Sept.
Season..
1963-64
Oct.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
July-Sept.
Season..


34,83 O


34,,8 8


103,431
104,010
100,554
89,906
397,901

125,530
123,507
116,043
109,417
-1* i -t -* I


119,137
104, 343


49,211
24,529
28,370
"- -~
21,924
124,03;.

68,5C40
37,
,1,2.?9
33,194
180,.,6,


- I-
,3Ir


-12,119
20,546
12,580
-16,700
,.307


26,508
12,365
-19,750
- 21,9
21 QC405
I- -1-1^^


172.016


196,942
187,333
204,580
122,861
711.721


15 ,333
18' .1i5


/ Does not include
which were as follows


- 17.0; S
October 1


ep.tember 19
Stocks in


estimated crushirgs
in million bushels


and er.prts of new-crop beans in
: $eperimber 1957-62 average 6.1


'63 6.5.
all positions include only


eptember
September


old-crop soybeans.


1962
2/




UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

3 1262 08589 2817


Grains:


Quantity


outstanding under


support and


owned


tby CCC


compared


with


total


stocks,


April 1,


1964 and 1963.


(Data


in 1,000


bushels


except grain sorghum in 1,000 cwt.)


Under


Grain


support


:Current crop:Prior crops:


:out


standing
_/


:outstanding:
: :


Owned
by


"Total under
support and
. support and


ownvmed


by CCC


* Total

*: 3/


*
" stocks
: controlled
: LJIy &~et'f


April 1,


1964


86,776


0heat.........
Bye...........
Cornoeee.......
Oats..........
Barley........


Grain


sorghum.


Soybeans......
Flaxseed......


364,409
36,470


76,976


,989


23,632
20,696
14,870
13,990


12,361


898,053
508
778,306
18,570


04,074
44
2,634


1,038,818
1,017
1,566,347


64,867
395,040


14,995


1,206,688
10,842
3,263,731
517,501
231,301
467,498
376,002
24,288


April


1963


\heat.........
Rye...........
Corn..........


Grain


sorghum.


Soybeans......
Flaxseed......


254,982
3,909
501,311
27,213
35,054
122,051
52,944
6,687


,051


10,101
12,307
8,872
9,650


948,


788,222
14,090
27,803
258,396
8,397


1,241,406
4,406
1,721,881
51,404
75,164
389,319
70,991
6,770


1,504,092
15,246


,037
488
233


,392
,772


462,898
342,496
18,827


2/ Quantity
repaid.


of current crop placed


under


support minus


the quantity


of loaIsc


.2/ Qu
3/ To

NOTE:
exports
Bureau;
partly


antity
tal gra


Data
and


and


of previo
in in all


on stocks,
quantity of
alcohol usa


us


crops


outstanding under reseal


* positions as

production and


wheat,


ge


rye,


report

seed


bean


from Internal Revenue


ed


programs.


by Crop Reporting


Board.


usage from Crop Reporting Board;" iot,
s, and flaxseed processed from OCensS


Service.,


January-March 1964 t


estimated.


* 'TA


S
eyy )~Aeeuro


-Id


*~'~11


wMeareS.QR


-Cr


- SMaN q.D3IJWI ~i


- SFOcfH


L3X1{WI


V


18
- 62





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