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Grain market news
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29 v. : ; 22 cm.
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English
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United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service. -- Grain Division
United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service. -- Livestock, Poultry, Grain, and Seed Division
Publisher:
Grain Division, Agricultural Marketing Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
Place of Publication:
Independence, Mo.
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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Grain trade -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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Notes

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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QUARTERLY

SUMMARY


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STATISTICS


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October 27,


.1964


s~U~t sbowfr~g
the:
-- a


ally ..advanced during


a. mixed


trend


first three weeks


S. *. -


'.aax were nzgner.


" ". "h % ". '
~t1 TP~rage.
H.I .:: :!
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Corn and
: :October


compared


the July-October period


with a year earlier.


of October averaged


Record


exports


soybean carryover


1 wheat


of corn and
stocks were


uit.h


Wheat,


below a year ago


soybeans were
both above last


stocks were the smallest for that date


-g ..- : ::. % .
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i i.F es-..at the principal Midwest market
S.:".uly. to. .taber-reflecting a good
in.. p ro f.p o dc" O ctoberpr
"._.te.pa.rt of .producers. October pr
...ffltMi ." *" '- /~ ". paQf1 d c


ts advanced an average, of
export demand and. a tight


ices


teb at e.. durum heat at Minneapolis were
a a... O tbetr,, : wheat. prices ranged from 3$


*a l: tth

fr;Oiktnber^ '" :'*.*
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ie: bard.winter and


soft red at


oaled


of soft white wheat in
below the July average,


to 20%


spring wheat at


the lower


1.8 billion


million .were


rme-es put
Dbtber .3


level.


above the
the higher


Stocks


of .wheat


bushels,, 100' million less.


either owned


122 nttJ.liofl


than


by Commodity Credit


bushels


of 1964-crop wheat


-- 7 million more than last year.


and. flour totaled


180 million,


in. Canada for .1964-65


from 1963-64.


or 9 million more


total about 1.1


billion


A record .world. wheat" crop of 9


" sb6...66Omillion more: than the year before. : -
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....... .e. .. o October averaged' 2 per

I" .. ..$ c O."er: .1963. The lower prices reflect in... .part. .
....,a...e .disappearance. Stocks .of .rye on October-.1 ".1
S2 million a..year earlier. .First quarter".: :.
W? y-f ?.if .A .Ai***w^ ^ ^M vv '^ ** ** _r ." .
....r....was 3 million less than last.year. ..
on .lS.:.inillian:'bushiels.^ Am~ouit remainingiig= or.- .. .; -.
. -i anadian: supplies of .rye for 1964-65 of.'*.. .
: '- .. :.-,"' f._ e..; :.:.'.ge 't... a s.. .. .. -- .- .: .. ..J :)B J,..J. .W S ) m l l l e s Tl n l s .yc -... .

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i-2 >


grain


only,


Quantity fed


totaled


was 3


478 million while wet milling


billion,


a drop


totaled


195 million


of 100 million from the previous


bushels.
season.


Corn


per animal unit


totaled


18.8 bushels


last


season


compared


with


in 1962-63


18.4


1957-61 average.


OATS


... prices


at Chicago and Minneapolis


averaged 2$


bushel


below a year


earlier the first


in all


years


positions


of record.


quarter


on October


of the


season


1 totaled


but in October were 1-2% higher.


884 million


July-September disappearance


bushels


of 325


smallest


million was


Oats


stcwed


in the 20


14 million more'


than last year due


to heavier feeding.


Exports


of 1.6 million were half those of a


year
1964


ago and


sharply


are 70 million


BARLEY


... prices


below average,.


below


at the


last


Canadian supplies of


million


bushels for


season.


farm averaged 3$


bushel above a year ago for the


first quarter of


last year


s level


the
but


at 401 million were
123 million was up


10 million were


barley


season.
were sh
percent


October


arply above


less


barley prices


on the


West Coast


last year at Minneapolis.


than a year ago.


slightly from last year reflecting


below


supplies


last year while alcohol


1964


totaled


million


usage was


were at abs
Wdfc cU L0$i


October


1 at i n,


First quarter disappeareane-,of


increased feeding.


about


same.


-- 28 million less than for


EpoCanadttt. ::
C anad inh


19634.


GRAIN SORGHUM..


above a year ago.


year
The


Supplies


*


October forecast


stocks of 3
330 million


6


prices at


Market


1964


prices
5 total


farm for
first th


July-September averaged


ree weeks


636 million cwt.


of 273 million owt.


3 million cwt.
ewt. in 1963-6


were


4


only


compares


is 54 million


slightly


below


with 289 million


of October were


as against 693 milli


below the


last year.


previous


1963


j per wt :, '.
12$ ab t -' i ... 3
on for 31961&


crop.


Disappearance


season,


ecxt
Exparta


of 60 million were

SOYBEANS ... p


in part


3 million


rices


to larger


of October were


million
stocks.
stocks
bushels
record


bushels
The 19


cwt.


less


than a year earlier.


July-September averaged


supplies


3# below October


on the


64


basis


crop of


of 32 million were


of soybeans 1
of 193 million


ast


smaller


1963.


of the


699 million is


twice
season


bushels


those
were
soyb


crushings.


Supplies


per
Pric


of soybean


October estimate


down 1
a year
million


means were


..
:* ~ ~ \
".*'* ^! .'4
bushel below a year.. '::..!
es the first three trf4t.I'i..
.s for 1964-65 total 'fU^


of production and


percent
earlier.


from last year
Crushings of


below the record


exported


last


of 19


season


above 1962-63.


the cajLTJfl
but Octdbei
441 mil*@
^1^'lim Bi~ifllA*qi''f
62-63. .
13 mifliaa r.
.." .. 'iB,
.. .,,,,, i~ll [


FLAXSEED


.,, prices


first Quarter of the


seas


at Minneapolis


on and


averaged 4$


in October were


per bushel above a year ago
above last year. Stocks or


....~
~" ~ K"


October


of 33


million


were


million


below


last year


but 26


percent above ave


First quarter erushings of 5.6 million and exports of 3,4 million were well abow4 i
1963 and the average, :.:. .q
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NOTE
imports,


Data


exports,


on stocks,


production and


quantity milled


seed


usage from Crop Reporting


or processed from Census Bureau;
'oduction and stocks for 1963 and


Boa:""


and alcohol










GRAINS:


MONTHLY


AVERAGE


CASH


PRICES


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


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MARKET


Fort Worth


GRADE


No. 1 Hard Winter


Oct.
1964

XI


Sept.

1964


164


Aug.

1964


Oct.

1963


Loan Rate


1964


1963


icago No. 2 Yellow Hard Winter 162 160 154 214 156 209
cg No. 2 Red Winter 151 1+9 146 215 156 209


Toledo No. 2 Red Winter 144 143 140 209 -
No. 2 Soft White 144A 143 141 208 -- -

S. Louis No. 2 Hard Winter 162 19 159 224 156 209
__No. 2 Red Winter 150 1461- 4 218 156 209
No. I DNS, Ord. Prot. 176 175 168 234 163 216

Minneapolis No. I DNS, 13% Prot. 180 176 170 237 -
No. DNS, 15%Prqo. 181 177 173 241 -
_____No. IH. Amber Durmnm 169 170 168241 173 241

Portland No. I Soft White 147 149 152 215 147 200
______ ____No. I Hard Winter. Ord. Proc. 169 170 172 231 147 200


Baltimore


Minneapolis

Kansas City


No. 2 Red Winter (garlicky)


No. 2


No. 2 White
No. 2 Yellow


Omaha No. 2 Yellow 123_ 122 122 119 -

Chicago No. 2 Yellow 124 129 126 124. -
No. 3 Yellow 122 126 123 121 -
Toledo No. 2 Yellow 123. 129 124_ 121 2- -
St. Louis No. 2 Yellow 125 11 129 125 -


Minneapolis
Kansas City


No. 2 Yellow
No. 2 White


Chicago No. 2 Extra Heavy White 71 71 69 71 -
Toledo No. 2 White 71 70 67 71 -
Minneapolis No. 2 Extra Heavy White 68 67 64 66 -


Portland


Kansas City


No. 2 Extra Heavy White


No. 3


F-


Minneapolis No. 3 or better MaltinagChoice) 130 125 121 114 100 98
No. 3 or better 109 108 96 98 100 98
Portland No. 2 Western 45 lbs. 113 112 110 113 107 105
Stockton No- 2 Western 46 lbs. 125 122 121 127 109 107


Los Angeles
Kansas City


No. 2 Western 46


No. 2 Yellow


125
210


128
194


Fort Worth No. 2 Yellow 237 234 232 225 229 223
Los Angeles No. 2 Yellow 254 252 253 242 243 240
Chicago No. i yellow 276 270 258 278 -


Toledo


No. Yellow I 270 263 253 276 I -
No. I Yellow 9 12?7 I 266 -I -


Minneapolis


*


*






Wheat:


Supply ard distribution,
SlwfLY


1958-64


Year


and
Quarter


Farms


Stocks at bbegging of
: COO :Mills. elev


:& wareh


period


ators


ouses 2/


: Total
: stocks


Produc-


tion


:Imports
: grain
:only


Total
supply


-1,000 bushels--


1958-6tAva


July-Sept..
Oct.-Dec...
Jan -~r...
Apr. -Jtune.,
Season...
1963-649
J -Sept..
Oot.-Dec...
Jan, -Mar...
Ap.-June..
Season...
1964-69

O .-Dec...

aeon..


: 503,639
: 376,685
*" 230,392


: 95,254
: 408,667
: 308,576
: 12,869


75,208
500,066


* 'in
*
4
*
*
*
* 42. CflI.
*


: 38


,317


* 34,028
30,633
* 14,379


: 12,719
: 12,586


1,073,765
1,627,144
1,464,834
1,297,088


1,061,362
1,498,593
1,273,455
1,037,779


812,997
293,343


:1,244,601:1,
:2,200,491:
:1,912,445:
:1,591,081:
:1,244,601:1,


252,847:


252,847


:1,194,933:1,137,641
:1,941,288
:1,612,664
21,205,027:


:1,194,933


: 900,934:1
:1,805,995:


:1,137,641


751:
1,526:


: 1,943
: 6,695


* 1,000
: 4,105


,285,962


2,498,199
2,202,017
1,914,920
1,593,024
2,504,143


2,333,103
1,941,800
1,614,728
1,206,027
2,336,679

2,187,074


DISTRIBUTION


yex.
and
ajarter


: ~Used
: frr i


seed


Milled
for
flair /


: Exports
grain
: only


: Feed anid
: residual
: 4/


Total


: in terms of Brain ,1


: Domestic


--1.000


bushel


Qc -flM c

Apr.-Juie
Season.
1963-64


2008


148,129
154,727
151, 160


.,: 14,628
: 61,538
@""


!;800
,394
230


' 14,492
: 62:776


July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..


8,000


S152,476 :
: 157,736=
: 153,486"


164,194
627,852

128,012


111,355
: 114,455
: 127,045
: 143,824
: 496,679


151,2357
186,905
215,572
201,200
754,934


: 163,491


13,358 :
-1,454:


45,434
-14,274
43,064


35,859
40,513
74,753
-9,817

61,576


297,708
289, 972


: 323,839:
: 285,711
:1,196,830 :


: 1,4


391,815
329,136
409,701
305,093


,745


127,683:
130,362:
124,536 :
116,175 :
498,756:

132,429 :
131,425 :
130,602 :
139,230 :
533,686:


381,079


Jan.-Mar.,..
Apr. -June..
*Season. .


.. Owned and
OCC-owned grain


stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled by CC000C, A
is included in other positions,.


All off-farm storage not otherwi


se designated.


/ Does not include Canadian wheat milled in bond,


bashel8


of wheat used annually for


i/ Mostly auantitv fed.


breakfast food.


but includes industrial use.


but includes about 10,0


waste.


loss~.


9(~ nA


26,624
25,358
96,-793

20,047
26,311
22,884
24,924


16,560 .11


*.-
Aditional .-
r:.
1,000 .


and statistical


.5


s--







Supply and distribution,


1958-64


SUPPLY
Year :Stocks at beginning of period : :Imports: Total
and : Frms CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : tion rainsupp :
quarter : :m :& warehouses / : stocks : only


195$-f6i Av
SJuly-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jmn.-Mar..
Apr.. -June.
Season...
1963-64
* July-Sept.
, Oct.-Dec..
.. Jan.-Mar..


4 Apr.-June..
Season...
. 1964-65
July-Sept..
.,Ocet.-Dec...
. Jan.-Mar...
Apr.-June..
SSeason..


--1,000


7,592


.....: 3,057
.....: 17,123
.....: 10,713


11,792


.....: 2,070
....: 11,365
.....: 5.614


11,460
9,005


bushels--


: 11,


S22,725
: 16,426
: 11,023


: 23,
: 14,
: 10,


31,518


1,941


44, .4S2


16,584
44,830


31,518


29,407:


14,812
11,131


29,407:


34,404:


.... 1,711:
....: 18,806:


11,219


39,988


30,136:


. DISTRIBUTION
.Year : Used : Used : Milled : Exports : Feed and :
S : and : for : for : for : grain : residual: Total
quarter : seed : alcohol : flour : only : 2/ :
: --1,000 bushels--
1958-63 Av. :
Juty-Sept......: 2,702: 747: 1,144 3,388: 4,335 12,316
Oct.-Dec.......: 2,702: 1,370: 1,169: 2,204 2,113 9,558
Jan.-Mar.......: 313: 1,486: 1,169 1,834 1,570 6,372
Apr.-June......: 157: 1,197: 1,075= 2,494 1,225: 6,148
$eason.......: 5,874: 4,800: 4,557 9,920: 9,243 34,394
1963-6. :
.Jly-Sept......: 2,932: 569: 1,214: 2,353: 6,196: 13,264
et..-Dec.......: 2,932: 982: 1,179: 3,376 142: 8,611
Jan.-Mar.......: 339= 1,158= 1,16.3: 1,579 -264: 3,975
r-June......: 170 970 1,172 2,735 782 5,829
* S~eason..,.7...." ,:
.easo"'" 6,373= 3,679 4,728" 10,043 6,856" 31,679
. X964-65
July-Sept......: 2,900: 600: 1,100: 1,281 3,971: 9,852
.-Dee....... : : : :
:. .Jx.-Mkr... .
*.Apr.-June......: : : : :
.. Seasn.......: : :
..* mm~m


"./ .Owned and
C'G(Q-own'ed grain


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


is


included


in other positions.


Additional


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


estimates.


s not otherwise designated.


but also includes waste,


loss,


and statistical errors in





Corn:


Supply and distribution,
SUPPLY


1962-64


Year
and
quarter


Stocks at beginning of period


:Mills,


elevators:


:& Warehouses


Total
: stocks


. tio
^^Peiodne
'~~~ -tc


. .g.a..J-U
: grain
:onrly


--1,000 bushels--


1962-


Oct -Dee,,,,-
Oin) ^"npi *


Jar-.J.a,,,
A lr. -Jime..
July-Sppt...
Season...
1963-64


Oet.-Dec-, i


Jail, -1ar S
Aprt, 4tie,
July-Sept S.,
Season4....
19.64 6


565,289:
,964,921:


:1,997,745:
:1,385,912:


514,259:
216,580:


:3,


:2,254,054:
:1,479,390:;


484,057:
556,817:
534,942:
384,000:


590.200


504,670
344.605


435,066


412,046:
405,800:
394,661:


603,907
468.152


:1,639,


546:3,636,673:


:4,216,669:
:3,037,357:
:2,114,517:
:1,639,546:3,636,67

:1,345,593:4,081,79


:3,263,761:
:2,342,203:
:1,345,593:


242:5,276,461


: 284:4,216,953
* 126: 3o U

: 958:5,277,177

: 225:5,427,609
: 226 ~J, 3
: 344:3,264,105
: 159:2,342,362


4,081,99


..s 654,176:


414,064:


441,270


.,509,510:


64,368:


Jan, -
Lint 1,,na U
frn& ~'WJA~
S
V~As4Jt~JMWtt


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and
quarter


Used
for
seed


Wet
process


Used


: for
alcoho


: Exports
:* gainp


L


aiilj


: Feed arind


residual
rna- fioi


--1,000 bushels--


19H-j 6 3^Jjnjf.ji : .

Oct. A-De..e ,


Apr. -ue ..:
JC ...:





J -Sept.. .


Season.C ,:


f/ Owned and sto
OCC-owned grain is


9,307:

11,634:


9,150:
-1t
11.437:


42,367
42,412
46,176
48,421


47,914
49,-225
50,913
46, 862
194,914


7.607


7,547


6,147
7,234
6,577
5,000
4.958


102,233
81,329
124.002
89,7515
397.315


143,681
114,142
105,620
114,744
478,187


: 907,585
:1,045,4
: 735,934
S625, 801
:3,315,094
: 876,923
: 916,521
: 749,642
: 666,246
:3.209.332


: 1,059,792

: 9 ,2

: 3,931,584


1 ,O746b
1,08
921,902

3,91 2


0
00
07<.
0


r


ed in bins or other storage owned or controlled by CCC
included in other positions.


'/i All off-f arm stoorages not otherwi
/ Mostly quantity fed, but includes


scorn for dry milling and farm housdesigated
;corn for dry milling and farm hous'


currently estimated at 100DO million bushels annually.
statistical errors in estimates.


Also includes waste,


. Additional .


hold use
loss, and
.: ,i


I
0






Oats:


Supply and distribution,


1958-64


SUPPLY


Year


and :
.quarter :
1958-63 Av
1958-63 Av4


Farms


Stocks at beginning of period


coo


:MilIls,


elevators:


:&- warehouses 2/


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


Imports:
grain :
:only :


Total
supply


--1.000 bushels--


-Sept.
-Dec..


S:Jn-xi.-Mar.
p .4r. -June.
l ."".Season..

JR':ly-Sept.


S,t.-Dec.
ll n..-Mar.
: ir.-June
."" Season.


ciEE.. 1
s:' ^ftlyi-Sept.f
*. 'Det..-Dec..
%: m" ..-Mar. .
.-:':A ..-June.
.:.:.- Season..
,,. h..
I= *I .. i .


: 258,793
: 950,432
:757,364
: 469,253


: 23


.: 833,057
.: 687,895
.: 445,767


: 252,
S763,


: 2,859
: 2,368
: 1,874


: 2,
: 3,
: 3,
: 3.


81,165
66,341


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


: 4,591


: 311,709
:1,068,054
: 840,403
: 537,162
: 311,709


: 274,
: 945,
: 773,
: 517,
: 274,


: 315,
: 883.


1,128,110


1,128,110


980,910


: 1,174


: 1,440,456
S1,068,613
840,966
: 537,734


*

:1,


980,910

892.552


442,150

256,506
946,914
774,155
517,988
258.865


: 1,208,476


DISTRIBUTION


Year


Used for


seed


quarter


Expoorts
grain only


Feed and
residual /


Total


--1.000 bushels--


...... : -
kE: a~y-Sevt.:
Oot..-Dec..:





lil aln .,-- r..:

h .i-Jun e.
.... S.eason..
Ii:.:ly-Sept.
. *
.. lt.-Dec...
An.Mar..:
SSSSS. I..-^


:: :.: ..e ...
.*... Seasn*.
B:'.... Season.,


'N:'.
N!::'::
i"l ':


3,993
15,973
55,905
79,864


14,088
49,309
70,441
3,500


,j Owned and stored in bins or


.1~


0CC-owned grain is


10,399
5,931
5,002
6,951
28,283

3,369
507
51
952
4, 879


other


", All off-farm storage not otherwi
2../ Mostly quantity fed, but includes


lion "busahels annually


358,009
218,287


173,048
1,032,173

303,687
169,608


152,132
867,950

319,677


storage


372,402
228,210
303,804
235,904
1,140,320


,578
,637
,662
,395
,270

,750


owned or controlled by CCC


Additional


included in other positions.


se designated.
oats for oatmeal currently estimated at 44


Also includes waste


, loss,


and statistical


errors


.Oct.


mil-


in estimates.




-8-


Barley:


Supply and distribution,


1958-64


SUPPLY


Year


quarter


Farms


Stocks at


-* 000


beg44ng~f~pez4pd


:Mills, elevators:
:& warehouses 2/ :


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


t Imports?
*
*
*
* LJL.LJ.


Total
supply


1958-63 Av.
July-Sept,.. : 59,
0Gt.-Dec.....: 278,


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


206,181
126,839


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


: 59
: 252


,667


--1,000


12,629
12,200
10.900


: 9,746


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


13,140
13,075


89,353
175,247
142,169
110.378


117,359
88,932


59,903
135,902


bushels--


161,602


359,250
246,963
161,602


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


132,710
400,990


432,635


432,635

399,921


399,921

388,491


: 2,351
: 5,218
: 1,173
S1,972
: 10,714

: 1,003
: 4,655
: 829
: 3,160
: 9,647


: 596,588
: 470,778
* 360,423
: 248,935
: 604,951

: 547,760
* 430,642
: 330,332
: 234,127
: 556,404

: 523,913


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and
quarter


Used
for seed


Industrial
use
2/


Exports
grain only


Feed and


: residual


Total


--1,000 bushels--


195R-63 Av,
July-Sept...:
Oct.-Dec.,.,:
Jan.-Mar....:
Apr.-JuneA.
Seasoai.....
1963-64 :
July-Sept....:
Oct.-Dec.....:


Jan.-Mar..
Apr. -June,
Season.
1964-65
July-Sept.


a,..


,099


5,807
13,067
24,198
1,632
2,856
4,896
11,014
20,398


1,700


20.903


23,049
20,548


90.882


21,075
22,482
26,969
95,627


25.215


17,601
14,605


67.317


80,222
65,137
66,202
29,816
41,377
84,317
59,607
57,382
39,046
40,352


86.087


131,028
111,528
113,460
91,690
447,706
121,773
101,139
99,365
101,417
423,694


122,923


Oct. -Dee,...,


AR .-June.


a.,,


Season... *:
Sanrv .
Ow-ep and sptaedi t bs or other storage acned ot controlled by Cc. ...
tiorl vOCownedgrain is included in other positions.


./ All off-farm storage not otherwise desi
J/ Used fr brewing, distilling, malt produ
4/ Mostly quantity fed, but includes waste,
-~te s*. A**^'"* ***


LteS,
loss
lo~s


a.
and pearling.
. and statistical errors


-e




.9.. -
9:


Grain sorghums:


Supply and distribution,


1962-


SUPPLY


Year : Stocks at beginning of period :
and : : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : Produc- Total
quarter : Farms : / :& warehouses 2/: stocks : tion supply


--1,000 cwt.


1962-63


.... Oct.-Dec..
Ii," -


I."I Jfln*
HI.. Apr.
N.H
VA JiJy
lIP. .rc Si
i96~.
.1i~~ *1w**.u-
Lt:r:. .
IL... Jan.
tHi~I~pr
jt~:, JtZy
Be
t'!"'. lola
.
!XI..
Oat

Apr.
J*u2y


-Masr..
-June.
r-Sept.
sason..
1-64
-DecL. .
,-Iar .,
-June.
r-Sept.
asan..

-Dec..

-June.
-Sept.


... ..: .
*..... .
i. :
ig *
If*


13,540:
99,043:


,701:
,617:


358,110


,248:


61,149:
35,070:


406,747


370,108:
573,091:
462,899:
388,660:
370.108:


366,533:
572,020:
470,144:
400,065:


285,424


285,424:

326,741:


,741:


23,596:


337,058


363.210:


388,660
655.532


572,020
470,144
400,065


272,964:


:..., sea, son. : : : : :
.." DISTRIBUTION
S. Year : : Industrial : : Feed and :
:- Used
''. and :for seed : and food : Exports : residual : Total
,. quarter : : uses : : / A/:
..'" --1,000 cwt.-
1962-63 :


.et. -Dec.
Jan. -Mar.


i,.' Apr. -June..
. .Juay-Sept..
, 'Sason...
jf- 3966-64
.Oat.-DeN...
,: .ani.L-Mar...
F. Ap1.-June..
'.if -Sept..
S"&eason...
:r. "19. -Dec..t
NII. ".6Ot.-Dc.


B


-nfl.-----
Ii, IA4SUWJ.LV
H ti)
'H Mi
',i* A'
'I.'
I.
'I..~ ii.IHtiling
t
I.".


id grain


119
1,072


1,191


119
1,067

1,186


1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
6,720

1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
6,720


64,430
91,120


82,441
110,192


12,038


217.879


18,131
14,951
10,551
16,195
59.828


storage owned or


288,999


101,876
70,079
36,855
330,064


Additional


is included in other positions


. off-farm storage not otherwise


designated.


.nacipally alcohol and distilled spirits.


it.ly quantity fed,


but includes other


uses,


Includes allowance


waste,


loss,


for wet-process


and statistical errors


.-ran. -Mar.......: :
.Ji)i: *.-June.. .. :

;;... Beasan *
, Owned and stored in bins or other
R:^ .J/ Owned and stored inbins brother


18,980
262,330


controlled by CCC.


iN





- 10


Flaxseed:


Supply and distribution,


1958-64


SUPPLY


Year
and


quarter


Stocks at beginning of period


Farms


ccc
*


All others


s Total
Stocks


Eroduc-
tion


* T..w.a,.+a.
* .a~mart.au~.
>t ~'a1zr i
* fli9r S


--1.000 bushel


1958-63 Av.
July-Sept.,., ,,


Oat,-Deo,,


..ii,*


Jan, Mar. .,,....
Apr.-June,.,...l
Season4 #44*..
1963-64
Jutly-Sept .,.5.


0J.t-Dsep......
Apr,-Juie .., ,,



JSeason. ...... .
Jan. r-M.....r.
Apr,-June .....
Season.,X .. ...


: 1,629:
: 13,051:
9,877:
S"7,012:


: 1, 87:
: 12,818:
: 10,606:
: 7,813:
1 *


1,46~:
14,4e5:


5,412
13,054
11,573


6,798
23,067
19,157
16.506


7,945:
26,106:
21,451:
15,364:
7,045:

8,388:
35,888:
29.766:


8,388:


11,673
18,519


13,141:


28,691


31,481:


31,481


21,451
15,364
35 ,.736 .... .


0: 39,869
At' 35,888

4/: 24,322
4/: 39,869


7,159


40,300


* C
* 4


DISTRIBUTION '
_~~~x _- x ** xx *


Year


quarter


Used
for seed


Crushed
for oil


: Exported


SOther disap-


pearance


Total


--1,000 bushels--


195S-63. AT.
Jly -S:, ...... :
Oct -Deus ......:
Jan, -Mar ... ..,:
Apr.-Jtune......:


Season..
1963-6


5,378:
6,060:
5,142:


2,171:
2,261:


5*440


July-Sept.......
Oet.#Dee.... *....


Apr.-June.


21,125:

3,475:


2,128:
1. !889;
73:
1,336:
5,426:


n 'In


2 124'

g72
338:
-50:


-666:


St....,
S
* *5*** S


Season.......


S,195:
,195:


5,068:
5,514:
19,446:


2,429:
1,441:


0j flu
,n~,nr.


3,981. ..
6,122 ..
5,444. .:i
26.7281 .., '
26.72.8 .-.1


Ju3y-Sept4 ,


Jau. .4vr.


Apr .


,614 *


3,35~:
4


at.'..


-June- ......


Season. .., .


j/ Owned and stored in bins or other storage
CCC-owned grain is included in other position's.


owned or controlled by CCC.


Additi'


/ All off-farm storage n
2/ Includes cleaning loss,
4/ Less than 1.OC) bus'i&els


ot otherwise
waste, and


designated.
statistical errors in estimates.


s--


:45


hi




" *'. *:. ::.:. ..." .


".. "




-.. .. :3 6
.i:M .'
....... Sq.b
......


..Htn.: 1

". '. :








me..: 0 5,0098



5 ,
".'r. ,















,._i...,-: ,n".r..
226,7552

: gune.. 135,007



















:.g1go


.. .'E "
..




*. -
...:. ..
ys~r : *34,959
91,06

a.= 723455
6: a
--4.
..-


ib. .. 278
................ ........ ......I*,*.*
.. .. *. -


H -, -
:**s *:. .-
-, ..Used rorp
-.. :.. -o--n


H.. ... )4
.. ..u -








*I t


- 11


eans:


Supply and distribution,


SUPPLY


Stocks at beginning of period


*Mills


elevatare:


:& warehouses


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


Total
supply


-1,000 bushels--


43,547
303,020
207,488


a
ft


11,085
297,495
185,811
98,202


16,771


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

: 15,055
:559,187
:377,531
:170,971
: 15,055


: 31,991


; 669,211


; 669,211

: 701,465
*


S701,465


: 698,


S726,776
529,834
S342,496
137,916
: 726,776

: 716,520
; 559,187
: 377,531
: 170,971
: 716,520

: 730,493


DISTRIBUTION


seed:


)


Crushed
at mills


exports


* Feed and
* residual
* A'


Total


--1,000 bushels--


125,530
123,507
116,043
109,417
474,497

119,137
104,343
106,670
110,767
440,917


68,540
37,323
41,289
33,194
180,346

62,897
46,848
44,659
38,652
193,056


.has.nots 'been adjusted for the qui
:. !ptember._, :
.i'.all ositions include only ol
4-. izis.-ot, ather storage. *aned.. a
at&'grahi1 "i includedd in. -.other .p
* *S~*... ..................... *. t


2,872
26,508
12,808
-19,750
22,438

-24,701
30,465
17,953
-10,439


196,942
187,338
204,580
122,861
711,721


C


181,656
206,560
138,980
684,529


S. .. ." .: .
.. .. l* :. : ..
... :, .. *.

antity of new-crop soybeans ": .... "...
: .. .- .. ,, ... -
d crop soybeans.. ... :;. .:.
. .. tl. ...... .. .. .. ... ... "
,.cono lle.. ..y 0r ...: ...;.....:. ........ : .
positions ..: \ .- ; .. .


1962-64


SCommodity Credit
: Corporation 3/


.


i
*
$





Grains:


Quantity outstanding under


support and owned


1w CCC


compared


with


total stocks, ,October


1964 and


1963


(Data


in 1,000 bushels'


except grain sorghum in 1,000 cwt.)


Grain


: Under support
:Current crop:Prior crops


outstanding


Owned


outstanding


:Total


under


:support aud


* nnn'tnA
* ~


b.y CCC
3/


Total
stocks


October


., 1964


Wheat


a......


120,160


51,871


781,055


2.272


Corn
Oats


Barley


U.....


Grain Sorghum:
Soybeans ....:
Flaxseed ....:


482,281


21,431
8,362
10,294


18,081
17,530
10,631


4,193


807,420
34,437


344,508
2,829
7,182


953,086
3,036
1,289,967
90,213
53,829
362,03.8
13,686
11,375


1,805,995
30,136 .
1,509,510 -
883,726...::
400,990 H'
363,2104
31,99Zi|
33,.00&


cber


. 1963


Wheat


Corn
Oats


112,895
1,191


*6oS6*@o
em...eOs.


Barley *.....:
Grain Sorghum:
Soybeans .....:
Flaxseed ....:


10,724
8,854
6,907


65,065


40,509
21,601
15,661
14,176


4,286


1,049,545
1,265
538,504
18,942
46,817
"350,968


4,579


1,227,505
2,456
1,179,197
51,267
71,332
365,144
2,092
8,865


1,941,2:.
^- ni-n -


2e3,
1,345,
945,
425,
366,


i4*.fl
ura
593Ht
r%<. H.
92G*s~

533. ij


i5;O55~
N1
35,SSS.j


1/ Quantity
repaid,


of current crop placed


under


support minus


the quantity of


Quantity of previous


crops


outstanding under reseal


programs.


Ine1~


outs


standing from the previous


crop-year program not yet delivered


or res


3/ "Current Crop Outstanding"
included.


totals


for corn,


grain sorghum and


soyb


Total grain in all


positions


as reported


by Crop Reporting


Board.


only old-crop corn,


grain sorghum and


soybeans.


Partly


estimated


since


reports


of takeover and reseal are not complex


'SIUiAsauTUO


JO TA


"Alun


i'9-l


-BIS qua


""fl


Rosa.


4E101


4.zeqartj


- sBJ&9fl4
i.rN'rfi "


. :. '. ;i .
H.. .
- ** 1 : .n f


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