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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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GRAIN DIVISION


UNITED


* h e


STATES


ULU


AGRICULTI
DEPARTMENT


U hUb


RAL MARKETING SERVICE

i..SAu 9!ida


Wshington,


RU


2025U


U-


July


1964


". ..":. prices. generally declined du
'i .st loss, reflecting mainly an
ri : wheat stocks on July 1 were 2
S.S .. Feed grain stocks were 8 p
--: -, .- ilrle ,. carryover. July 1 stock
... a .year earlier. Exports of w
~ 1. e past year.
.:. ..: :* *
r.. ..;. ,T... prices at the principal
H ...e e from April to July, due to t
i mia d. Market prices the first
,-axd 68$ below July 1962. Wint
1 :4- '' from April to July, reflec
..e|at of spring wheat is mainly i
: 50 per bushel. Offsetting th
..MBt4. Wheat Program will receive
:.a.4. edition to the average support
i....... July 1 totaled 900 million and
E....~i the total carryover, Commodit
.BJf. carryover resulted from the
igH^it$0O million--214 million more t
fl1ion was 3 percent more than
$,. based on July 1 conditions
.i- last season and the smallest

..: ... prices declined 6# per bus
..mthe loss, prices in July were 3
:3L964 crop was indicated July 1 w
*:;" Do up l1 6
.. ..'DImestic rye supplies for 1964
..36 million for 1963-64. July 1
: .1DiLsappearance of- 32 million. last
.....:*:u*de mainly to -the drop in export
.0*1-0and milling was at about the pr
: .": ': ': :
. .ri. .. HI. : ."
,,,,lN .. .pricees declined 3 on an
: carter, reflecting reduced animal

.. .:. Pr'iPies the first three weeks o
H.eori. "" "'. "-all positions on July..1 tota

::':.. year but 3 percent below aver.
Si'a.. ." ....,y ;ear but 3 percent below aver


ring t
adjus


he April


tmnent


5 percent


ercen
s of
heat,


mark
he l


below


t larger
soybeans


-I
uorn,


ets
ower


three


er


-July


period


a lower
a year


than
were


and


lined


price


weeks


wheat,


ting


both


the shift


n August


price


last yea
a record


soybeans


with


wheat showing


support


rate.


the smile


r despite
--nearly


have


an average


support


of July


soft red


rate


average


and hard


a new-cro


the drop


lower wheat


about
of $1
were
y Cred


record


han


a


prices,
bushel
bushel.


the smallest,
it Corporation


exports


in 1962


year


-63.


earlier.


totaled


3


since


w


this


been


around
the si
.i below


basi


class


farmers pa
for their n
Carryover


with
owne
heat


Milling


Dome


billion


stic
bus


d
da


the
one-fourth


record


60p
ower
w a


winter,
s. Since
was less.


rtic
orma


ipating


- 4-r.nlrg...


ne exception,
85" million.


and flour
of wheat
supplies
hels--157


oduc-
of
since


which


our


of wheat
million


1Cj~fl.., C%4


hel


above


a year


which in part


-65


s


quarter
ago.
ffsets


are estimated


stocks
season
. which


evious


average
numbers
f July
led 2.3


age.


of 5


at M
A 12


the


at 38


million


was down
totaled


season


were


10 million


innreapolis
percent i


smaller
million


but
increase


carryover
bushels, a


he smallest
from the v


10 million.


since


ear


for


s level.


at the prin


cipal


and continued


averaged
billion


CCC st


ocks


markets


unfavorable


elow a year


bushels,
on July


during t
feeding


ago.


11 percent


totaled


Stocks


. more
749


/I7 2.


QUARTERLY

SUMMARY

AND

STATISTICS


.*







OATS


... prices


declined


in July averaged 4$ below a year


since
Carry


for
last


1936 was in p
ver stocks of


1964-65
season


totaled less


respect


July


million we


of 1.220 million


totaled


than 5


were


million


million


bushel


ago at Midwest


last quarter of


terminals.


with production estimated at 9
re 15 percent abovelast year.


smallest


bushels--the


as against


smallest


years.
since


million in 1962-63.


season and


smallest c
05 million
Domestic


Disappearance


1934


rop
bushels.
supplies
of oats


Exports


BARLEY


... prices


declined sharply the fourth quarter of


season


feeding varieties,


July average
for 1964-65


realized,


ranged
total 4


this would


but malting


1-5$


million


types were


bushel above


bushels


be 50 million less


about


steady.


a year ago.


on the


basi


than last


Despite
Domestic


of July
season a


the drop,


supplies


conditions.
the smallest


of barley


since


1956.


the
last


totaled


Carryover


crop,


stocks


forecast at


season was


68 milli


alcohol,


of barley


of 133 million were


363 million,


9 million more
on as against


amounted


last


season


than


down


10 percent
9 percent.


the previous


season


64 million in 1962-63.


to nearly 96 million,
of 10 million were sh


less than


last


appearance


year,
of 424


below average


Industrial


largest quantity


arply above


1962-63


usage,


million
Exports


mainly


since 1950.


but below avera


beer
Imports
ge.


price


GRAIN SORGHUM
s in July 6


... prices advanced gradually in


above


last


year at Kansas


the April


City and 13$


-June
cwt.


quarter with


at Ft.


Worth.


Stoc
last
293


ks


in all


year. ur t
million cwt.


earlier.
million


while


SOYBEAN
in the


12-16$ per


totaled


soybeans,
months of


positions


he


total


an^ ..i


on July
July 1


of 400 million


stocks,


he first 9 months was 26
totaled 44 million cwt.


same months

S ... prices
comparable


bushel


of 1962


CCC owned


ewt.


were


per


360 million.


million above


the first


sam


three quarter.


-63.


declined
period las


under a year


171 million


bushels,


October through June


1962


more than a year

FLAXSEED ..


This i


a drop of


of flaxseed


on July


Reported-disappearance


July


1963 through


June


. Exports
earlier.


ago.


around 10$


bushel


during


year prices advanced.


Stocks of


as against


soybeans,


Pri
July


138 million a year


at 330 million were 3
soybeans were a record


* prices averaged $3.00 per


1 during the
1 totaled 13.


last
1964,


past
2mi


million
of 154 m


bushel the first


quarter and


11


season was
were 17 p


e


4$ below


ion as against 8.4
down from 1962-63.
recent belowathe Dr


a
1


il


thr
Ju


million
Expor
evious


cent larger than
Disappearance of
e period a year
rs as against 51


e past quarter
s in July were
were a record high
go. Crushings of
ess than the same
lion--? million


ee weeks of-
ly 1963. Stocks
n a year earlier.


ts of 3.6


million,


season while


crushings


for
for


1964-65,
1963-64


of 19.4 million were


based
The


on July
smaller


7 percent


1 estimates,


crop


is offset


lower


total
by t


Domestic
million


he increased


supplies
or about


carryover


of flax


seed


same


stocks


Data on stocks,
Data x n-


I


Exports


!


A -




A1 A2~ A N A A


GRAINS:


MONTHLY


AVERAGE


CASH


PRICES


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


COMMODITY


WHEAT


MARKET


Kansas


GRADE


No. I Hard Winter, Ord. Prot.


No. I Hard Winter, 13%


Prot.


July


June
1964


May
1964


July


Loan


1964


Rate


1963


Fort Worth No. I Hard Winter 188 195 241 237 177 227
a. No. 2 Yellow Hard Winter 156 155 203 196 156 209
Ccago No. 2 Red Winter 146 153 203 184 156 209
No. 2 Red Wincer 1___6 153__ 203____ 17o 156 209
Toledo No. 2 Red Winter 141 146 199 176 -
'T oledo ----* ------ ---, --- -- --
_____No. 2 Soft White 141 146 199 178 -
S. Lous No. 2 Hard Winter 156 155 205 198 156 209
No. 2 Red Winter 146 143 202 184 156 209
No. 1 DNS, Ord. Proc. 172 203 231 223 163 216
Mieapolis No. I. DNS, 13% Prot. 174 205 230 228 -
Minneapolis ---____
No. 1 DNS, 15% Prot. 178 206 234 232 -
_______No. I H. Amber Durum 176 180 213 240 173 241
Porand No. I Soft White 15__13 160 219 196 147 200
_______ No. I Hard Winter, Ord. Proc. 169 177 217 215 147 200


Baltimore


No. 2 Red Winter (garlicky)


RYE Minneapolis No. 2 123 127 127 120 129 129
Kansas City No. 2 white 138 140 134 138 -
Kansas City
No. 2 Yellow 126 129 131 132 -
Omaha No. 2 Yellow 121 123 125 125 -
SNo. 2 Yellow 125 127 129 133 -
CORN Chicago No. 3 Yellow 122 124 126 129 -
Toledo No. 2 Yellow 12L---_124123 126 128 -
St. LouisNo 2 Yellow 127 131 132 136 -
_______Minneapolis No. 2 Yellow 116 121 122 122 -
Kansas City No. 2 White 69 71 72 70 -
Chicago No. 2 Extra Heavy White 65 65 67 70 -
OATS Toledo No. 2 Heavy White 62 63 65 66 -
Minneapolis No. 2 Extra Heavy White 62 65 65 -
Portland No. 2 Extra Heavy White 78 82 80 73 -
Kansas City No- 3 95 97 __105 103 102 100
105 10o3bet1e2Ma100
Minneapolis No. 3 or better Malting (Choice) 127 128 127 123 10098
BARLEY No. 3 or better 98101 10396 100 98
Portland No. 2 Western 45 Ibs.________ 104 109 11 99 107 105
Stockton No. 2 Western 46 Ibs. 117 110 116 116 109 107
_______Los Angeles No. 2 Western 46 Ibs. 126123 124 123 109 107
Kansas City No. 2 Yellow 212 209 202 206 213 206
SORGHUM Fort Worth No. 2 Yellow 230 229 229 217 229 223
________ Los Angeles No. 2 Yellow 250248242 246 240
Chicago No. i yellow 252 252 256 265 -.
Toledo No. I Yellow ._245 24 248 261 .
SOYBEANS n -- cr


- 3-








Theat:


Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


JS62-64


Year : Stocks at be ginning of period : :Imports:
and : : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : Produc- : grain : Total
quarter : Farms : I/ :& warehouses 2/ : stocks : tion : only supply
:--1,000 bushels--
1962-63 :


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


-June.


..:102,308
..:406,243
..:316,483


.:194,999


: 59,547
: 58,958
: 58,221
: 46,903


1,160,015
1,604,885
1,441,817
1,262,190


Season..
1963-64


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


-June


..: 95,254
..:408,667
.. :308,576


8,317
4,028


:152,869 : 14,379


1,061,
1,498,


1,037,440


Season...:
1964-65 :


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


: 75,218 : 12,


811,997


:1,321.870:1,093,667
.2,070,086:
: 1,816,521:
:1,504,092:
:1,321,870:1,093,667

:1,194,933:1.137,641
:1,941,288:
:1,612,664:


:1,205,027:
:1,194,933:1.13


899,838:1,


,641


501:2


,416,
,070,


: 2,280:1,818,
: 1,507:1,505,
: Cf052:2,420,


: 529:2,333,103
: 512:1,941,800
: 2,064:1,614,728
: 1,171:1,206,198
i 4,276:2,336,850


275,304


DISTRIBUTION


Year


and
quarter


Used


: for
: seed


: Milled
: for


flour


: Exports
: grain
: only


: Feed and
: residual


:Distribution


Total


- flour


: in terms of grain


: Domestic


: Exported


--1,000 bushels--


1962-63


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


July-Sept..:
Oct.-Dec...:
Jan.-Mar...:
Apr.-June.,:
Season... :
196,4-65 ;
Juy-Sept..:

Jan.-4ar.,,
Seasonp-Je..:
Season....


..: 27,700
..: 19,236


13,548
60,610

27,800
20,354
130
14,492
62,776


: 149,839
: 154,983
: 150,289
: 149,104
: 604,215


S152,476
: 157,736
: 153,486
: 157,474
: 621,172


: 124,035
S107,438
: 121,367
: 181,752
S534,592


: 151,257
: 186,905
: 215,572
: 199,275
S753,009


:-27,
:42,
: -33,
S26,


: 60
: -35


,282
,859


: 40,513
: -64,881
55


: 349,952
: 254,329
: 314,709
: 310,666
:1,225,656

: 391,815
: 329,136
: 409,701
: 306,360
: 1,437,012


: 125,834
: 132,646
: 125,949
: 117,590
: 502,019


132,435


: 130,581
S129,868
: 524,307


: 24,005
: 22,337
: 24,340
: 31,514
: 102,196


: 20,041
: 26,313
: 22,905
: 27,606
: 96,865


/wied and stored I bins tr other storage owned or controlled by CCC, Additional
D000-a e4:grain is included in other positions. A io
2/ All off-farm storage not otherwise designated.


i3/ Does it include OAaidia awat: milled in band -


t


mt includes about. 10o000_000









Supply and distribution,


1962-64


SUPPLY
Year :Stocks at beginning of period Pr: d : Imports: Total
*rdu. -Tta
and : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : : graunl
quarter : :/ :& warehouses 2/ : stocks :a only

1962-63 --1,000 bushels--
July-Sept......: 1,908: 149: 5,834 : 7,891: 40,803: 201 48,895
Oct.-Dec.......: 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 : : 15,246
Season......**: : : : 7, 1 40,803 548 49,242
1963-64 :
JuJy-Sept......: 2,070: 166: 4,689 : 6,925: 29,407: 4 36,336
Oct.-Dec.......: 11,365: 247: 11,460 23,072 310 23 382
Jan.-Mar.......: 5,6L4: 152: 9,005 14,771 41 14,812
Apr.-June......: 3,468: 115: 7,254 10,837 706 11,543
Season..*..***** : 6,925 29,407 1,061: 37,393
1964-65
July-Sept......: 1,711: 117: 3,462 5,290 /33,023
0 ..
Oct.-Dec....... .
Jan.-Mar.......:.
Apr.-June...... :
Season.......
_DISTRIBUTION


Year


Used


and
quarter


Used


for
alcohol


: Milled


for
flour


: Exports
: grain
: only


: Feed and
: residual


Total


--1,000 bushels--


1962-63


July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan. -Mar..
Apr.-June.
.Season..
1963-64
July-Sept.
Oct. -Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
SSeason..
1964-65
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr. -June.
Season..


. :*


7,793


1,070
1.170


162
6,063


982
1,158
900


2,330


1,123
4,660


1,214
1,179
1,163
1,128
4,684


3,376
1,579
2,737
10,045


,196
1U2
-24


7,392


i/ Owned and sto
CCC-owned grain is


red


inc


in bins or other storage
luded in other positions.


owned or controlled by CCC.


Additional


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


?s not otherwise


designated.


but also includes waste,


loss,


and statistical errors in








Corn:


Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


1957-64


Year
and


quarter


Stocks


Farms


at beginning of


:MtLls,


period


elevators:


warehouses


Total
stocks


C
SProduc-
tion


Imports
: grain
: only


Total
supply


--1,000 bushel


1957-62


-Dee


Jan. -Mar..
Apr,-June..
Ju.y-Sept..
Season.. .
1962-63


....:423


9


.:2,827,
.:1,940,
.;1,282,


777:
751:
527:
707:


625,020
731,254
695,283
602.858


590
532


:1,641,541:
:4,197,469:
:3,226,105:
:2,418,073:


:1,641,


3,551,952:
a


:3,551,


294
.272


* 51Q1'7R9
~
:4,197,741


489:3,226,594
289:2,418,362
344:5,194,837


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


..: 565,
..:2,964,
..:1,997,
..:1,385,


..:3,
* :1,


,200
,931
,670


384,000:


514,259
216,580
254,054
479,390


366,268:
412,046:
405,800:
397.390:


435,066
724,318
603,907


:1,639,546:
:4,216,669:


:2,114,517:
:1,639,546:


:1,315,
:4,352,
:3,263,
:2,345,


593:4,081,791
944:


284:4,216,
126:3,037,


505:3


,397,609
,353,170
,264,266


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and


quarter


Used
for
seed


Wet
process


: Used
: for
: alcohol


Exports
grain
only


Feed and


: residual


Total


1957-


--1,000 bushels--


62 Av


-Dec...


Jan.-Mar.


Apr.-June.
July-Sept.
Season..
1962-63


Oct.-
Jan.-
Apr.-
July-


De2..
Mar..
June,


Season
1963-64


-Dec..


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


S..:.


,391


a
.1,655:

-:
2,327:
9,307:
-:
.1,634:

-: a
2,287:
9.150:


66,964


32.256


42,367:
42,412:
46,176:
48,421:
179,376:

47,914:


7,607:


124,002:
89,751:


28.165


6,147


7,300


143,681
114,142
105.688


882,400:
858,418:
684,215:
626,875:
051.908:


996,318
971,636
808,521
732,693
,509,168


1,
1,


1,045,774:
735,934:
655,801:
3,345,094;

846,923:
916,521:


3,


059,792
179,596
922,966
799,230
961,584


1,044,665
1,089,409
919,194


J Owned and stored in bins
000C-owned grain is included i


or other


storage


owned or controlled by CCC.


Additional


n other positions


All off-farm


storage


not otherwise


designated.


~2.I flno4.1 .r nrron4.4 4,,- 4aA 4'nainAaa nafi 'Pan A'wtr in41 14 rim ariA Ceruw. ~kavu&dha1..A ~.nfla







r


Oats:


Supply and distribution


1962-64


SUPPLY


Year
and
quarter


S-ocks at beginning of period
-- -~-- -- -


Farnms


* ccc


:Mi lls,


elevators:


..~ warehouses~&
n~ -


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


Imports:
grain :
only


Total
supply


000 bushels--


1962-63


July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan. -Mar ...
Apr.-June.
Season..
1963-64
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan. -Mar..
Apr.-June.
SSeason..
Ju196y-Sept.65
July-Sept.


,-,~ ~r.,"


693,376:
426.869:


: 833,057:
: 687.895:


107,472
75,115
59.596


39,812
108,987
81,520
68,029


252.267:


58,593


1,020,371


,.297,30


228:


* r7r1fljr~g
* ~
* I
* .~J7C S
* ~r.~,;ry4.
*


* ,r7J
*


: 945


771.511


301.182


1.020


980.910:


928:


773,277:
517,493:
274.422:


315,451:4,


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

DISTRIBUTIOrI


980.910:


,492:


774,155
517,947
258.824


905.117:


Year Exuorts Feed and
and Used for seed grain only residual / Total
quarter
--1,000 bushels--
iJj62-_6l
July-Sept. 3,681 11,897 313,501 329,079
Oct.-Dec.. 3,681 5,099 190,259 199,039
Jan.-Mar.. 14,723 3,012 : 265,384 : 283,119
Apr.-June. 51,531 2,776 161,216 215,523
:Season.. 73,616 22,784 930,360 1,026,760

July-Sept. 3,522 : 3,369 303,687 310,578
Oct.-Dec.. 3,522 : 507 169,608 173,637
Jan.-Mar.. 14,088 : 51 242,523 256,662
Apr.-June. 49,309 1,052 152,135 202,496
Season.. 70,441 4,979 867,953 943,373

July-Sept.
Octb.-Dec.. ': : :
Jan.-Mar..: : :
Apr.-June.
Season..


Owned and


stored in


bins or other


storage


owned


or controlled by CCC


Additional


CCC-owned grain i1


included in other positions.


All off-farm storage not otherwi


designated.


1/ Unatlu nw~ntAtu f'r~ hi9 4nn1iivin~ nntc~ Cnr nntmr'ql nIv.rPn+fl~T oa+4m0+oq .,. AA -1i


-77 -








Barley:


Supply and distribution,


1962-64


SUPPLY


Year
and


quarter


Stocks at


Farms


: O0G
: I/


beginning of period


:Mills,


elevators


:& warehouses


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


:imports:
* S
*
* fl.et~. S
*%ALLIJF S


Total
supply


--1,000 bashels--


1962-63


July-Sept.,..
Oct.-Dee..,..
Jan.-Mar.....
Apr.-June...
Season....,
1963-64
July-Sept....
Oct.-Dec.....
Jan.-Mar...
Apr. -June....
Season.....
1964-65


: 47,951:
: 280,924:
: 215,066:
: 130,915:


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


7,323
7,451
7,461
7,437


68,437
164,290
123,227
95,420


: 9,492
: 13,152
: 13,059
: 12,862


,773
,274
,359
.932


: 123,711
: 452,665
: 345,754
: 233,772
: 123,711

: 146,836
: 425,987
: 329,503
: 230,967
: 146,836


* 436,448
a
S
a
S
*
S* 436~44S


: 399


356 : 560,515
847 453,512
184 : 345,938
582 1 234,354
969 :562,128


: 1,003
" 4,655


: 547,760
: 430,642


829 : 330,332


: 399


921 :10.221


: 234,701
: 556,978


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


...: 59,667


J3,J.40


59.931


: 132,738


,561


S


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and
quarter


Used
for seed


Industrial
use
r/


: Exports
Grain only


Feed and
residual
S


Total


--1,000 bushels--


1962-63


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


Season,.
196-*64
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..


Jan. -Mar.


Apr. -June..
Season...
196%-65
July-Sept..
Oct,.-Dec...
Jan.-l~...*
Apr.-Jaune.,
Season..,


1,749
3,062


: 11,808
21,867


19,517
21,143


91,311


25,101
21,075


4,896


a
O O @ @*


.,: 11,014
..: 20,398


27,242
95.900


22,438
11,763
14,455
64,490


17,601
14,605
25,019
67,948


66,459
62,741
74,012


107,850
107,758
112,166
87,518
415,292


84,317
59,607
57,382
38,688
239,994


121,773
101,139
99,365
101,963
424,240


/Owna n stored i
tonal 600Cowned 4*ain is


All off-farrn


storages


bins or other


strae


oed or daotrolled 000


included in other positions,
not otherwise designated,


.-I I WY--. -, t1. t -Ii -,-------'3---


*


I






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Grain sorghums:


Supply and distribution,


1957-64


SUPPLY


Year :Stocks at beginning of period T t
and : : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : Produc- Total
an Fa rms -j /i -' / .,ton supply
quarter : :: & warehouses 2/: stocks : to u
: --1,000 cwt.--
1957-62 Av.
Oct.-Dec.......: 10,130 : 1,968 : 232,249 : 244,347 :313,975 : 558,322
Jan.-Mar.......:105,500 : 1,898 : 359,602 : 467,000 : : 467,000
Apr.-June......: 55,305 : 1,785 : 333,565 : 390,655 : : 390,655
July-Sept......: 22,539 : 3,194 : 310,988 : 336,721 : : 336,721
Season.......: : : 244,347 :313,975 : 558,322
1962-63 :
Oct.-Dec.......: 13,540 : 2,698 : 353,870 : 370,108 :285,424 : 655,532
Jan.-Mar.......: 99,043 : 2,701 : 471,347 : 573,091 : : 573,091
Apr.-June......: 56,754 : 2,617 : 403,528 : 462,899 : : 462,899
July-Sept......: 28,151 : 2,399 : 358,110 : 388,660 : : 388,660
Season.......: : : : 370,108 :285,424 : 655,532
1963-64 :
Oct.-Dec.......: 19,439 : 2,258 : 344,836 : 366,533 :326,741 : 693,274
Jan.-Mar.......:105,499 : 2,248 : 464,273 : 572,020 : : 572,020
Apr.-June......: 61,149 : 2,248 : 406,747 : 470,144 : : 470,144
July-Sept......: 35,070 2,565 : 362,499 : 400,134 : : 400,134
S. ..
Season.......
DISTRIBUTIO0J
Year : Used: Industrial : : Feed and :
and for seed : and food : Exports : residual : Total
quarter : : uses / : 4/ :
--1,000 cwt.--
1957-62 Av.
Oct.-Dec.......: : 1,484 : 11,151 : 78,687 :. 91,322
Jan.-Mar......: 125 : 1,484 : 11,297 : 63,439 : 76,345
Apr.-June......: 1,121 : 1,484 11,162 : 40,167 : 53,934
July-Sept...... : 1,484 : 14,014 : 11,751 27,249
Season.......: 1,246 : 5,936 : 47,624 : 194,044 : 248,850
1962-63 :
Oct.-Dec.......: : 1,680 : 16,331 : 64,430 : 82,441
Jan.-Mar.......: 119 : 1,680 : 17,273 : 91,120 : 110,192
Apr.-June.......: 1,072 1,680 17,567 53,920 : 74,239
July-Sept...... : 1,680 : 11,943 : 8,504 : 22,127
Season.......: 1,191 : 6,720 63,114 : 217,974 : 288,999
1963-64 :
Oct.-Dec.......: 1,680 : 18,131 : 101,443 : 121,254
Jan.-Mar.......: 119 : 1,680 : 14,951 85,126 : 101,876
Apr.-June......: 1,067 : 1,680 : 11,326 : 55,937 : 70,010
Ju2y-Sept......: : : : :
Season........ .
Seson........


./ 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.
Principally alcohol and distilled spirits. Inc


ludes allowance


for wet-process


2/
r






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Flaxseed:


Supply and distribution,


1962-


SUPPLY


Year :Stocks at beginning of period : :Imports:
--- = -Produuc- __Total
and : Farms : CCC : All others 2/ Total tion ori supply
quarter : : :/ :, : stocks :uh :-only
: --1,000 buihels--
1962-63 :
July-Sept.......: 1,328: 0: 2,280 : 3,608: 32,230: 0: 35,838
Oot.-Dec....,..,: 15,165: 0: 11,811 : 26,976: : 0: 26,976
Jan, Mar........: 11,407: 0: 13,037 : 24,444: /: 24,444
Apr.-June.......: 7,492: 0: 11,335 : 18,827: : 1: 18,828
Season........: : : : 3,608: 32,230: 1: 35,839
1963 64
July-Spt.......: 1,587: 3: 6,798 : 8,388: 31,481: 0: 39,869
Oct.-Dee........: 12,818: 3: 23,067 : 35,888: : A: 35,888
Jan.-LMar........: 10,606: 3: 19,157 : 29,766: : /: 29,766
Apr.-June ......: 7,813: 3: 16,506 : 24,322: : 4/: 24,322
Season.,......: : : : 8,388: 31,481: 4/: 39,869
1964-65
July-Sept.......: 1,468: 0: 11,715 : 13,183:25/ 25,730: :
J *- .....
Apt.-June. : :
Season- .

DISTRIBUTION
Year :
and Used Crushed Exported : Other disap- : Total
quarter : for seed for oil pearance '2/
nn^T+^r1~ ~~~~~~~~ ioc (L **ud i/ j


--1,000 bushels--


1962-


Juy-Sept..
Oct.-Deco..,
Jan.r-tr.,.
Apr.-June..


8.862


S.... S


-6,163:
328:
1,855:
-295:


4*S***


Season..,...:
196-.64:
July-Sept.......
Oct,-Dec........ .
Jan.--ar.......**
Apr.-June.......
Season. ....., *
196.-65


21.011:


10,440
27.451


-665:
-666:
343:


2.195:


1.057:


6.122


11,139
26,686


19,446:


July-Sept...
Oet.-Dec...j
Jan.-4r, ..


Apr,-une....
Season, ,


. *.*


S...


J bred and stoAed in bhS %or other strae owned or controlled bJ CCC.
000-owned gain is included in other positions.
/ All off-farm storage not otherwise designated.
.... J _J a ^*^** t _






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Soybeans:


Supply and distribution,


,fl~rw
7.)'-


SUPPlY


Year


quarter


Farms


Stocks at
SCornmodity


Corpora


beginning of period


Credit
on 3/


:Mills elevators
:& warehouses L
--1,000 bushels-


Total
stocks


Produc-


tian


Total


* supply


1952-62


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


18.126


203,847:
124,409:
31,343:"


. 245,858
...:* 176,311
_ t 97.664


1 QA2-63


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


43 547


13,759:
226.552:


207,488
101.528


261,677:
191,706:
72.755:


11,085
297,495
185,811
98.197


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


.: 129


118:


24,453:

57.565:


: 529,834:
: 342,496:
: 137,916:


15.055:


: 450,219
: 301,134
S129.118


566,289:

669,211:
S


: 342,496
: 137,916


669,211:

701,465:


: 559.187:


: 170.966:


590,742

726,776
529,,34


726, 776

716.520


: 559


: 377,531
: 170,966


DISThIBUTION


Year : : Feed and :
-i r /-i Crushed Net .
and :Used for seed: p: ,r : residual : Total
.sre at mills exports 2J : 6
.Quarter : : : :j :
: --1,000 bushels--
.1957-62 Av.:
Oct.-Dec...: : 103,431 : 49,211 : -12,119 : 140,523
Jan.-Mar...: : 104,010 : 24,529 : 20,546 : 149,085
-Apr.-June..: 30,512 : 100,554 : 28,370 : 12,580 : 172,016
July-Sept.. : : 89,906 : 21,924 : -16,700 : 95,130
.... Season...: 30,512 : 397,901 : 124,034 : 4,307 : 556,754
:*
1962-63
OCt.-Dec... : 125,530 : 6.8,540 : 2,872 : 196,942
Jan. -Mar... : 123,507 : 37,323 : 26,508 : 187,338
Apr.-June..: 34,440 : 116,043 : 41,289 : 12,808 : 204,580
July-Sept..: : 109,417 : 33,194 : -19,750 : 122,861
Season...: 34,440 : 474,497 : 180,346 : 22,438 : 711,721
1963-64 :
Oct.-Dec...: : 119,137 : 62,897 : -24,701 : 157,333
Jan.-Mar...: : 104,343 : 46,848 : 30,465 : 181,656
Apr.-June..: 37,278 : 106,123 : 44,613 : 18,551 : 206,565
July-Sept..: : : :
Season...:


!/ Does not
which were


- 17.0
* **


include
as follow


estimated crushings and exports of new-crop b


SI


; September


in m
1963


-I -


million bushels: September 1957-62 av
- 6.5.


means


erage


in September
- 6.1; September


1962


ti


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UNITED STATES


DEPARTMENT OF


AGRICULTURE


Agricultural Marketing Service
Grain Division


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

3 1262 08589 296511111111
3 1262 08589 2965


Paid


culturee


Washington,


20250


OFFICIAL BUSINESS


MARKET REPORT


- URGENT


Grain Market News


- Quarterly


f. K UcPhsisou


4-1-64
4-I-n


Exprlamit Sta.
UBtr, of Flawl
G1.4'. e, Ut


At
lap.


Grains:


(All


data


CC price
in 1,000


support operations
bu. except grain s


1963


orghum


and 19


in 1,000


crops
cwt.)


- -
963


crop


Total


Grain


:put


1962


crop


: Total


owned


Total


under:Delivered


: support


to CCC


:put


under


: support


Delivered


to CCC


July
1964


by CCC


July
1963


SI Li.I


Wheat


Corn
Oats


Barley ......
Grain sorghum


Soybeans
Flaxseed


172,372
1,548
395,154
38.897


,347


91
7,887


591,190
32,003


79,168


*. **e .. ... *


7
10.781


6,264
1.328


6,733
18,213
115,585


68,759
7,023


,860


749,124
28,254
28,684
359,606
23
10,644


1,115,079
1,256.


38,4344
348,729K
841"'
4.92%


-s
a~ 7 ~** -U -.


incLuaes
Includes
Reported


stocS
both


sold but not delivered.


purchase agreements


as of June


outstanding under the


, rye


1963


grain sorghum 9,168,916 cwt.


Total deliveries


reported


delivered from 1962 reseal


grains
bu.; c


reported


outs


1964.


-crop pr:


and quantites


Does not include the
ice support and reseal


oats


; soybeans 49,316,901


through June


, 1964


f
p


and
May


program and does not include


standing under


137,015,159


resea


13,758,17


sorghum 6,167,476 cvt.


principal


Jigy31


deliveries


from


, the date when loans mature.


the 19


loans a
6 bu.;

63 corn


Therefore,


fo


s of June


barl


ey 9,9


support
July 1


under loan. .
ollowing quantities of grai
programs: \'heat 17,278,41'7
bu.; barley 9,876 738 buy
flaxseed 265,552 bushels.
not include all grains
allowing quantities of
30, 1964. VWheat 19,782,9I.
86.412 bu.: and grain


p


program will
inventory inc


- a -


:1


rs


be made after


ludes


only a


:s


corn 308,754,288 bu.;


cm