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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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:-;. DEC v 19c.
GRAIN DIVISION CONSUMER AND MDKETIG VICE

UNITED D STATES DEPARTMENT F A CRI35tEa

... .,.. .UNo. 3 I, L lJ 207r 1


* ". .
a* :* .:"1
i" 41'.""s
:, ':1


..flun4rt


n.y., flnc


n urn nfl


.. .... *. ,, L ..A V
g'ii; exports of sev
tit.." 1966 crops.
.|!:| /n.eeral-ly above
: .,:.*iar. Holdings
:'..... e previous ye
** :."* :: E: .
~ ~~~~~, ,,,, ,,~~i~ ~-; *"
.... ... prices
..' :'" "export demand
::l.30% per bushel a
.. four-month per
:, ,*' "M yK fE,^ ,^ :
f;p|^ i bur bushel at Por
e .for spring whe
BI" 1 totaled 536
HI eppmodity Credit
H. ""HH.- .'" "Exports of
?. ::&: EEE p ,?," ^ -t' '*-" "

Hlj HI':" bushels -
t .fn more that in
-........ ..million more t
a^d ,.;on July 1 condi


~pstra
--


E
.1


::. .. ., *

e.. ..
..
%.~ 1
Were
.;:. i .wwas
:qrd- n


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N.:. ::.... -,
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...." .......1
I : ""
"l". M" 8Wg,.,hot
i,*:". .. ..: i
N.!;-: .ge11
.....
i-:: gmceI
14fgaiis-t
.'. bil" .
." billionn


...O... 1
4. mi
offs


exports of w
ia during t
an increase

. gained 9$


above


43


LA A ~.I 'h..~ ~A
eral


rather
grains,


sharply
reduced


du
su


Reflecting the advance,
a year ago. Carryover


of the. four.
ar. Soybean

advanced st
and some det
t Kansas Cit


*iod.
tland


at


feed grains


stocks


eadily


ring th
applies
prices


stocks
stood


were

during


erioration in


y while


soft


Spring wheat gained


Compared


to 45# higher


Million bu
Corporation


wheat,


r.1nr~1 ,-


owned
owned


flour and


- 11 million above


1964-65.
han a year


tions.


heat,


Milling c
earlier.


with a year ago,
for hard winter.
-- the smallest
403 million as


products


during


the previous h


)f 594


total 1,776 mil
including flour


he fiscal year ending
of 300 million over


million


Domestic


lion
from
June


e Ap
and
the


of w.
at 7,


ril-July
some conc
first. th
heat were
4 million


slightly above

the April-July
the new crop.
red winter adva


QUARTERLY

SUMMARY

AND

STATISTICS


July

period r


ern
ree


tons


the July

period
Hard wi
nced 25


Minneapolis and
prices ranged f
Carryover stoc
for that date si
against 690 mill
1965-66 amounted
igh in 1963-64 a


bushels


supplies


bushels
SUnited


of wheat


of wheat for


-- the smallest


States


were around


Canada


eflec


1966

ting


over prospects


weeks o
percent


f July
below


-- 8 percent


1965

due t


total


o the


enter went


at Chicago
white wheat


rom
ks
noe


254
of wheat
1952.


ion a year
to a record


nd 142


flour


S1966-67,
since


, Argentina


1,850 million


1964-65.


bushel at Minneapolis


a year ago.


percent above


a million more


milling


llion
ets t


r u...
axr due


advanced


usage wa


bushels,


Stocks


of 18.5


last year. D
han in 1964-65
s up slightly.


about


during


million


disappearance of


past


bushels


almost


to the increase


Domestic


million above


supplies
-66. The


quarter and


in all


positions


30 million


in exports.
of rye for 1966-67
larger carryover


smaller crop.


prices at


. part
5-8/


, dry weather
totaled 1.8 bi


956.


The .CC


477 million a
lioi.bushels.


bushel


the farm,


April


to the larger avai


bushel


as record


threatened the new crop.
llion bushels, 120 milli
non-committed inventory
year earlier. 'The 1966
Corn disappearance, Oct


50 millin-n mnr


t+hnn


through June, avera
lable supplies. Ho
d exports and heavy


Stocks of co


.on


below


totaled 9
crop was


,ober


ged 5
wever,


bushel


below


in July market


feeding reduced


rn


in all


last year and


million


stocks


positions
the small


on July


forecast July


through June,


+.hp .imm mnn+.h.h


at a


record


totaled


a venr earlier


Ernnrts.


jg-j~~;q.


L


--


s


w


i







reached
totaled


531 million as against 405 million last season


2.7 billion compared with


billion for


1964


oarn re. for faee
Sflw mlfn rrn oa
^ *.i A
-65. Animal units for 1965-66


are estimated at 169.1 million compared with 167.7 million for


corn per animal unit
15.0 last year and 1


totaled 15 9 bushels the first


4.8 the


9 months


1964


of the


Feeding of
n as against


5-year average.


OATS ... averaged around a
June quarter. But in the first
bushel above a year earlier due


penny per b
three weeks


in part


ushel


below a year ago during


of July oats


to prospects


for a


generally


smaller


average


the April-
ed 5t per


crop and higher


feed grain prices.


Carryover stocks


of 383, million were


percent above a year


agor
year,


With production estimated at


domestic supplies for


1966-67


897 million bushels, do
total 1,220 million as


wn 6 percent
against 1,2


from last


42 million for


-66.


compared with
above the las


Disappearance


of oats


916 million for


t year or the


mainly for feed


1964


-65.


Exports Of


totaled


36 million


million last
bushels were


season
sharply


5-year average.


my


... prices


Feed barley prices


in the April-June quarter were


ranged


6-8$ above


last year the first


bushel above a year ago.


three weeks


of July while


malting


barley at MVinneapolis


sold generally 6#


bushel


lower


in the


same


period.


Carryover stocks


below the
domestic


of 108 million were


5-year average.


supplies for


With


1966-67


6 percent above a year earlier


production forecast at 7


total


only


percent


489 million compared


below


with


* 25 percent
last year,
million the


5-year (1960-64)


average.


of 33 million from 1964-65,


Disappearance


due mainly


last


season


totaled


to smaller feeding.


412 million
Industrial u


-- a drop


sage,


mainly


beer and alcohol,


was up slightly while


exports


of 75


million


increased


million


bushels.


GRAIN SORGHUtM
April-June quarter.


below


last year.


... prices
Despite


Stocks


smaller than a year earlier.


million


months
season.


on July


of 1965-66 was


Exports


1965.


120 million


of 104 million


The reminder of the increase


SOYBEN


record
part t


averaged 17%
a sharp increa


of 299 million cwt


per cwt.
se in Jul
. in all


the total stocks,


Disappearance


cwt.


cwt.


more


of 391 m


than


the


were more than


in disappearance was


... prices advanced


exports and


crushings.


o concern about


bushel in


Prices


1966 crop.


more than a year earlier and 4 million


million in the September-June period


period
ahead


last


season.


Exports of


i


t


in July average


Stocks


of 134


below average


were


50 million


million bushels


of the previous year.


FIAZSEED


... advanced gradually during the Apri


around 3$ above a year earlier at Minneapolis.


below a year ago during the
y, prices were mostly 3$ per cwt.
positions July 1, were 19 percent
CC owned 252 million as against
million cwt. during the first 9
corresponding period last
double those of a year earlier.
n feed usage.

he April-July period reflecting
ed 73$ above July 1965 due in
million bushels were 3 million
*. Soybean crushings of 455
more than in the comparable
ran some 44 million bushels


l-July period and in July sold


Carryover


stocks


of 14 million were


3.5 million more than a year ago.


percent from last year,


On the


The 1966 crop,


forecast at


basis of the July forecast,


+r~+ni Jflnrtll4rw% nnnn~o'naA n,441% iC.~ 4~1~n~v ~ 1n~ L& U', ~. nfl


5.6 million,


is down


supplies for


-65.


season


1965


-- r v


I


w r








GRAINS:


MONTHLY


AVERAGE


CASH


PRICES


COMMODITY


WHEAT


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


MARKET


Kansas


GRADE


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


July
1966
A'


June
1966


May
1966


July
1965


Loan
Rate


1966


14'8


1/28


Fort Worth No. 1 Hard Winter 223 214 199 181 167 167
Chicago No. 2 Yellow Hard Winter f196 182 166 154 148 143
____ ____No- 2 Red Winter 189 179 166 148 148 148
Toledo No. 2 Red Winter 184 176 159 144 -_____
__________No. 2 Soft White 1851781631 -
St. Louis No. 2 Hard Winter 196 184 168 153 148 148
______No. 2 Red Winter 187 181 166 147148148
No. I DNS, Ord. Prot. 202 190 .177 177 156 158
Minneapolis No. L DNS, 13% Prot. 204 192 179 180 160 162-
No. 1 DNS, 15% Prot. 210 198 188 183 166 168w
_____No.- 1H. Amber Durum (Choice) 206 181 161 160 161 163
Portland No. 1 Soft White _185 16115 145 146 144
_______No. 1 Hard Winter, Ord. Prot. 197 188 173 151 146 144


Baltimore


No. 2 Red Winter


(garlicky)


RYE Minneapolis No. 2 123 117 112 111 123 124
Kansas cy No. 2 White 139 134 135 1_ -
Knaiy No. 2 Yellow 139 131 131 133 -
Omaha No. 2 Yellow 133 126 124 128___- -
SChicagoNo. 2 yellow 141 133131 133 -
CORN ChcagoNo. 3 yellow 138 129 128 130___ -
Toledo No. 2 Yellow J139 129 128 131 ___-
St. Louis No. 2 Yellow .147 138 135 137 ___ ____ -
_______Minneapolis No. 2 Yellow 133 126 124 125 -
Kansas City No. 2 White 78 76 77 73 -
Chicago No. 2 Extra Heavy White 78 76 75 73 -
OATS Toledo No. 2 White 76 76 75 71 -
Minneapolis No. 2 Extra Heavy White 70 69 69 65 _____- -
Portland No. 2 Extra Heavy White 81 80 80 76 -
Kansas Cicy No. 3 106 105 119 104 95 95
Minneapolis No. 3 or better Malting (Choice 132 14 136 18 96 96
BARLEY No. 3 or better__ 120 120 121 11296 96
Portland No. 2 Western 45 lbs. 124 119 126 116 103 103
Stockton No. 2 Western 46 lbs. 126 123 128 118 107 107
Los Angeles No. 2 Western 46 Ibs. 136 134 133 130 107 107
Kansas City No. 2 Yellow 209 196 195 212 178 193
GRAIN
SORGHUM Forn Worth No. 2 Yellow 236 231 226 239 204 217
_i_____Los Angeles No. 2 Yellow 253 249 243 264 221 234
Chicago No. 1 Yellow 362 38 30 289___ -
SOYBEANS Toledo No. 1 Yellow [359 -338 305 284 -
: n SOYBEANS









Wheat:


Supply and distribution, 1964-66
SUPPLY


Year


and
quarter


Stocks at


Farms


beginnin
:M ,
:M..lls,


of period


elevators


war~bouses


: Total
Stocks


Produc-
tion


:Imports
Grain
: only


Total
supply


--1,000 bushels--


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


.: 75,477
S:505,985
.:389,789
.4264,124


: 12,719
: 12,586
: 11,134
: 10,577


812.997


: 1,048,487
: 871.180


: 901,193:1,290,650;:
:1,811,640:
:1,449,410: :
:1,145,881: :
: 901,193:1,290,650;:


: 2,192,078
: 1,811,693
: 1,449,759
: 1,146,087
: 2,192,686


July-Sept
Oct.-Dec,.
Jan,-Mar.
Apr. -June
Season.,
1966-67


July-Sept.


4 ~nnt'~d-'
eta
4.. 562~563

.8256,794


.:131


: 11,049
: 10,818
: 10,650
: 10,467


9,707


1,134,884
920,026


395,017


817,659: 1,
,708,265:
.338.893:


S
S
a


817,659:1,326,747:

536,021: /240,079:


123: 2


,144,529


: 1,708,302
: 1,339,117
: 918,781
: 2,145,034


Oct.-Dee...
Jan.-Mar...
Apr.-June..


eason.


DISTRIBUTION


Lear


ani
quarter


: Milled


flour


: Exports
: grain
: only


: Feed


: residual


Total


:Distribution


: in terms of
: Domestic


- flour


grain


Exported


--1.000


bushe


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


Apr.


-June


Season.
1965-66


July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..


Jan.-Mar..


Apr.-June.
Season..
1966-67


.: 28,100 137,052
: 22,020 : 157,683
.: 122 140.625


. 14


925 145


,, 65,167 i J1,135


.: 23.400
: 23,300


* 148.206
152.328


105: 14.4,640


: 14,26.2
.: 61.067


: 148,414
: 593.588


: 156,945
S183,174
: 112,997
: 186.1"


: 639


: 187,093
: 166,248
: 213,160
: 219,772
: 786,273


58,341
-594
50,134
-18.416


380.438


303.878


027 :


77,565
27,533
62.675


168,085


609,013


114,886
130,744
130,518
125,099
501,247


131,783
126,271
519,972


22,166
26,939
10,107
20,676
79,888

18,691
19,925
12,857
22,143
73.616


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


/ Owned and stored to bins or other storage owned
COO-owned grain is included in other positions.
Al.l off-f arm stages not otherwise designated.


I or controlled by CCC. Additional


I.q.j. .lqr.aqAq.Aan ..Lnqq4- in nnn Ann




r m
I- -


Supply and distribution,


SUPPLY
Year :Stocks at beginning of period :Podc :Imports: Total
and : : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : tion : grain
quarter ams: / :& warehouses 2/ : stocks : :only :


1964-65


--1.000 bushel


July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
Season..
1965-66
July-Sept.
' Oct.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
Season..
1966-67
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
Season..


.....: 1,701
.....:18,235
---.. :11.625


11,384


: 29,730
: 21,268
: 17.571


33.318


....,:18,191
.....:13,100


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


: 12,926
: 36,013
: 28,777


: 36,106
: 29.303
* 25.729


: 12.926


13,914


....*.


: 18,474


26,014


DISTRIBUTION
Year : Used : Used : Milled: Exports : Feed and :
and : for : for : for : grain : residual : Total
quarter : seed : alcohol : flour : only : 3/
: --1,000 bushels--
1964-65:
July-Sept......: 2,778 : 621 : 1,170 : 1,163 : 3,426 : 9,158
Oct.-Dec.. ...: 2,778 : 1,052 : 1,280 : 172 : 3,982 : 9,264
Jan.-Mar......: 323 : 1,194 : 1,245 : 133 : 1,386 : 4,281
Apr.-June......: 161 : 933 : 1,244 : 643 : 2.415 : 5,396
Season.......: 6,040 : 3,800 : 4,939 2,111 : 11,209 : 28,099
1965-66 :
Jul-Sept......: 2,587 : 803 : 1,285 : 742 : 5,179 : 10,596
Oct.-Dec.......: 2,587 : 1,116 : 1,326 : 796 : 1,504 : 7,329
Jan.-Mar.......: 300 : 1,352 : 1,350 : 137 : 1,398 : 4,537
Apr.-June.....,: 150 : 1,159 : 1,300 : 2,139 : 2,507 : 7,255
Season.......: 5,624 : 4,430 : 5,261 : 3,814 : 10,588 : 29,717
1966-67 :
July-Sept.....: : : : : :
Oct.- Dec..... .
SJan. -r...... ..
Apr.-June......: : : : : :
Season........ .
*


1/ Owned and
CCC-owned grain
2/ All off-fa


stored in bi
is included
rm storage


ns or other
in other po


storage owned or controlled by CCC.


s


itions.


Additional


not otherwise designated.


2/Mo


stly quantity fed,


but also includes waste,


loss


and statistical


errors


33.318


21,852
18,322








0aorn:


Supply and distribution, 1959-1966
SUPPLY


Year : Stocks at beginning of period -: P:oduc Imports Total
and : rs : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total ion : grain u__
quarter : 1/ :& warehouses 2/: stocks : to: only *SU.
: --1,000 bushels--
1959-64 Av. :
Oct.-Dec....: 487,305: 531,922: 641,692 :1,660,919:3,817,311: 267 :5,478,497
Jan.-Mar....:3,052,484: 576,973. 795,762 :4,425,219: : 279 :4,425,498
Apr.-June...:2,107,997: 541,016: 695,871 :3,344,884: 352 :3,345,236
July-Sept...:1,439,945: 466,149: 556,550 :2,462,644: : 234 :2,462,878
Season....: : : :1,660,919:3,817,311: 1,132 :5,479,362
1964-65 :
Oct.-Dec....: 672,096: 414,064: 441,357 :1,527,517:3,583,780: 221 :5,111,518
Jan.-Mar....:2,818,459: 418,165: 719,227 :3,955,851: : 268 :3,956,119
Apr.-June...:1,923,015: 384,223: 554,540 :2,861,778: : 177:2,861,955
July-Sept...:1,283,437: 330,348: 319,984 :1,933,769: : 289 :1,934,058
Season....: : : :1,527,517:3,583,780: 955 :5,112,252
1965-66 :
Oct.-Dec....: 604,268: 307,608: 257,985 :1,169,861:4,171,100: 156 :5,341,117
Jan.-Mar....:3,142,482: 299,291: 657,184 4,098,957: : 263 :4,099,220
Apr.-June...:2,159,603: 262,073: 478,469 :2,900,145: : 212 :2,900,357
July-Sept...:1,346,763: 193,104: 274,480 :1,814,347: : :
Lj c^ I, .
BSeason....
DISTRIBUTION


Year
and


Quarter


Used
for
seed


Wet
process


Used
for
alcohol


. Exports
: grain
: only


: Feed and
: residual


Total


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


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


--1.000 bushel


2
2 9
290 :


C


11,449


11,094


41,004
41,519
43,993
43,829
170,345


50,058
51,200
52,614
200,734


88,228
92.512


30,829

7.891


27,703


1,053,278
1,080,614


728,848
669,260
,248,748


145,754


19,000


562,924
152.873


801,282
817,766


1,155,667
1,094,341
928,186
764,197
3.942.391


-Dec.


51,044


990,700


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


9,002


52.022


172.831


1,199,075
1.086.010


/ Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled by CCC.
C000-owned grain is included in other positions.
2/ Ml off-farm storage not otherwise designated.


Mostly Quantitv fed.


Additional


but includes corMn for dr million and farm household use


H'!!
..j.
*ii
H


, f




*t~**vW
*1~

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Oats:


Supply and dis


tribution


, 1964


Year


and
quarter


Farms


SUPPLY


Stocks at beginning of period
- -CCC :Mills, elevators- -t-
CCC :Mvills elevators: Total


:& warehouses 2'


..,nlr -.
I..-- -
- '--..-


Prod ac-
tion


Imports:
grain
only:.


Total
supply


1964-65


July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec.
Jan.-Mar.
Apr.-June.
Season..
1965-66
.July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan. -Mar.
Apr.-June,
Season..
1966-67
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr. -June.
Season..


: 252,063 : 4
: 751,471: 5
S622,498: 5
: 401.526: 5


S219,920
: 805,591
: 680,423
: 461,450


58,737
114,591
82,017
65.506


6,520
9,403
9,406


: 248


56,250
129,210
93,199
77 870


65,355


--1,000 bushel

: 315,391
: 871,787
: 710,272
: 472,5?6
: 315.391


: 282,690
* 944,204
: 783,028
: 548,708.
: 282.690


: 322,948


s--


880.095


880,095

959.192


: 1,195,916
: 872,532
: 711,233
: 473,930
S1.199.026


,242,574


783,991
549,381


959,.~-


,896.928


-i a -l aDISTRI UTI O
DISTRI 607IO11


Year : : orts Feed and
and Used for seed : ca3 residwl / Total
quarter :::


1964-65
;... July-Sept,
Oct.-Dec.*
Jan. -ar..
I .Apr.-June.
".:" Season..
:- 1965-66
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
SJan.-Mar,.
Apr.-June.
Season..
1966-67
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar.,.
Aur.-June.
Season,.


--1,000 bushels--


1.609


3,146
12,581
44,036
62.908


3,089
12.355


13,167
1,504
12,346


319,375
157,871
226,043
146,014


286.086


221,424
170,845


61.775


162,310
238,657
191,240
916,336

298,370
162,052
235,283
226,433
922,138


1/ Owned and stored in bins or other storage
CCC-owned grain is included in other positions


owned


or controlled


by CCC


Additional


2/ All off-farm stora
3/ Mostly Quantitv fe


ges not otherwise


. a


designated.


but includes oats for oatmeal currently


estimated at. 45


infl-








Barley:


Supply and


distribution


SUPPLY


Year


and
quarter


Stocks at


beginning of period


:Mills,


Farms


elevators:


:& warehouses


Total
stocks


Produc-
tion


:Imoorts
: grain
: oly


Total
supply


--1,000 bushels--


196-65
Juy-Sept..
Oct.-Dec...
Jan. -Mar ...
Apr,-June..
Season...
1965-66


July-Sept..
Oct,-Dec...
Jan,-MaTr...
Apr.-June.,.
Season...
1966-67


..: 60,891
..: 260,572
..: 190,053
..: 107.019


S13,140
: 13.075


..: 40,704: 6
..: 257.198: 6


..: 195.235


: 105,415


59,903
135,605
111,396
90.219


54,643
137,146
110,240
88.192


: 133,934
: 409,252
: 309,906
: 204,853
: 133,934


: 101,850
: 400,728
: 311,533
: 199,376
: 101.850


: 402,895


: 402


465 : 539,294
401 : 414,653
500 : 310,406


: 1,678
:10.044


* i.11.897


: 1.299


: 411.897


: 206,531
: 546,873

: 515,285
: 403,558
: 312,100
: 200,675
: 519.981


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


...: 49,


: 107.967


381. 204


DISTRIBUTION


Year
and
quarter


Used
for seed


Industrial
use
ii


Exports
grain only


: Feed and
: residual


Total


--1,000 bushels--


196-6 5
July-Sept....
Oct.-Dec.....
Jan.-Mar.....
Apr.-June....
Season.....
1965-66


25,601
20,441
22,303
26.528


10,521
21,606
5,918
20.209


16,491


60,391
73,374
49,039
275.405


130,042
104,747
105,553
104,681


July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan.-Mar..
Apr.-June.
Season..
1966-67
July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan, -Mar..
Apr.-June.
Season..


4,505
10,136
18.771


25,084
21,363
23,168
26,622
96.237


21,355
14,468
22.457


71,664
46,679
70,583
33,493
222,419


114,557
92,025
112,724
92,708
412,014


/ Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled b G
tional 00C0-owned grain is included in other position..


j/ All off-farm stora
/ Used for tewiug,


ges not othea~wse designated,


distilling, malt produ


lts,


including merchant


n~4-s--s


and pearling.




*~iTh H~Ar~
~ -
H

-9-


Grain sorghum:


Supply and distribution,


1959-1966


SUPPLY


Year :Stocks at beginning of period : :Tt
and : : CCC :Mills, elevators: Total : Produc- Total
quarter : : 2/ :& warehouses /: stocks : tiof upl
: --1,000 cwt. --
1959-64 Av. :
Oct.-Dec......: 14,844 : 2,610 : 330,669 : 348,123 : 308,272 : 656,395
Jan.-Mar.......: 102,994 : 2,601 : 453,005 : 558,600 : : 558,600
Apr.-June.....: 57,321 : 2,473 : 401,975 : 461,769 : 461,769
July-Sept......: 28,462 : 3,193 : 365,448 : 397,103 : : 397,103
Season.......: : : : 348,123 : 308,272 : 656,395
1964-65
Pct.-Dec.......: 24,057 : 2,556 : 337,058 : 363.671 : 275,455: 639,126
Jan.-Mar.......: 87,525 : 2,547 : 444,102 : 534,174 : : 534,174
Apr.-June.....: 55,952 : 2,545 : 372,595 : 431,092 : : 431,092
July-Sept......: 35,374 : 2,637 : 330,942 : 368,953 : : 368,953
Season.......: : : : 363,671 : 27"5,4 55 : 639,126
1965-66 :
Oct.-Dec.......: 27,415 :.- 2,635 : 287,497 : 317,547 : 372,995 : 690,542
Jan-.-Mar.......: 120,386 : 2,634 : 425,846 : 548,866 : : 548,866
Apr.-June.....: 76,034 : 2,644 : 328,067 : 406,745 : : 406,745
July-Sept......: 40,732 : 2,679 : 255,773 : 299,184 : : 299,184
Season.......
DISTRIBUTION
Year : : Industrial : : Feed and :
Used
and for seed : and food : Exports : residual : Total
quarter : : uses / : : / :
: --1,000 cwt.-
1959-64 Av. :
Oct.-Dec......: : 1,484 : 14,551 : 81,760 : 97,795
Jan.-Mar......,: 113 : 1,484 : 13,511 : 81,723 96,831
Apr.-June......: 1,022 : 1,484 12,917 : 49 ,243 : 64,666
Jul-Sept....,,: : 1.484 : 13,591 : 18,253 : 33,328
Season.......: 1,135 : 5,936 : 54,570 : 230,979 : 292,620
1964-65
Oct.-Dec.......: : 1,540 : 14,619 : 88,793 104,952
Jan.-Mar.......: 115 : 1,540 : 15,371 : 86,056 103,082
Apr.-June.....: 1,037 : 1,540 : 20,794 : 38,768 : 62,139
July-Sept.....: : 1,540 : 32,368 : 17,498 : 51,406
Season.......: 1,152 : 6,160 : 83,152 : 231,115 : 321,579
1965-66 :
Oct.-Dec.......: : 1,540 : 27,980 : 112,156 : 141,676
Jan.-Mar.......: 109 : 1,540 : 40,883 99,589 : 142,121
Apr.-June......: 986 : 1,540 34,965 : 70,070 : 107,561
Ju3y-Sept......: : : : :
Season........ .


. _/ Owned and
COOC-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.
1/ Principally alcohol and distilled spirits. Inc


ludes allowance


for wet-process




- 10


Soybeans~


Supply and distribution,


1959-66


SUPPLY


Year : Stocks at beginning of period 1/ : :
and : :Mills, elevators: Total : Produc- Total
andFarms CCC tion supply
quarter : : :& warehouses 2/: stocks : tl : su
-- 1,000 bushels --
1959-64 Av. :
Sept.-Dec..,: : y : : 58,200 : 627,269 : 685,469
Jan.-Mar.......: 222,974 179 : 274,064 497,217 : : 497,217
Apr.-June......: 141,024 : 38 : 187,961 329,023 : I 329,023
July-Aug.......: 40,599 : 98 : 97,157 : 137,854 : 137,854
Season......: : : : 58,200 : 627,269 : 685,469
1965-66 :
Sept.-Dec......: 4/ / : / 4/ : 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
JulyAug. ..: 23,019 0 : 108,465 : 131,484 : : 131,484
Season.......: : : : 67,300 : 701,917 : 769,217
1966-67 :
Sept.-Dec......: 7,598 : 0 : 22,131 29,729 : 843,708 : 873,437
Jan.-Mar.......: 284,476 : 0 334,122 : 618,598 : 618,598
Apr.-June......: 150,005 : 0 : 225,888 375,893 : : 375,893
July-Aug.......: 19,280 : 0 : 114,593 133,873 : 133,873
Season.. : a
DISTRIBUTION
Year : : : : Feed and :
Used Crushed
and* for seed at mills : Exports : residual : Total
quarter : : :: _: J/ :
19--64 Av. 1,000 bushels --
1959-64 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
19&-65
Sept.-Dec......: : 167,423 : 92,289 : -17,030 : 242,682
Jan.-Mar....... 121,617 39,159 : 18,409 : 179,185
Apr.-June......: 40,455 : 116,197 : 51,477 : 7,737 : 215,866
July-Aug.......: : 73,743 : 29,162 : -1,150 : 101,755
Season.......: 40,455 : 478,980 : 212,087 : 7,966 : 739,488
1965-66
Sept.-Dec......: : 171,613 : 107,863 : -24,637 : 254,839
Jan.-Mar.......: : 144,780 : 58,220 : 39,705 242,705
Apr.-June......: 42,438 : 138,700 : 61,339 : -457 242,020
JuyeAusg. .
S easnJ .
S son.......


Stocks


September


for SeptIember


basis


, 1959-64


were adju


sted by


Economic


Research


Service


from data originally published for October


All off-farm


storage


not otherwise designated.


Mostly quantity fed,


but includes waste,


loss,


and statistical


errors


-. .8. -





-*
hi
11 -


Flaxseed:


Supply and distribution,


SUPPLY


Year : Stocks at beginning of period : Produc- Imports: Total
-----i --------- :- ----Produe- *" Total
and 'Farms CCC =All others 2 : Total : tion graln supply
quarter : : / : : stocks :Tt :only :o


--1.000 bushels--


1964-65


July-Sept.
Oct.-Dec..
Jan, Mar..
,.Apr.-June.
Season..
1965-66
July-Sept.
Oat. -Dec..
Jan. -Mar..
Apr.-June
SSeason..
S1966-67
July-Sept..
Oct. -Dec..


......: 1,448:
......: 12,728:
......: 8,570:
......: 6.538:


11,673
18,398
14,645
10,994


: 13,121:
: 31,128:
: 23,215:
: 17.532:


13.121


.....: 2


.,,,..: 20,388:
* : 203,8 8 :
......: 13,884:
......" 10,759


.....: 3,431


8,460
14,879
18,812
15.828


10,991


10,922


r
~i/ 2iii-~


: 24,406


: 35


: 32,696:
: 26.587:


: 14,422


: 37,527
* 31,129
: 23,215
: 17,532
: 37.528


: 46,084
: 35,267
: 32,696
: 26,587
: 46,084


: 25,604


Jan, -arx...
Apr.-June.
Season...


DISTRIBUTION


Year : : :
and Used Crushed Exported Other disap- : Total
S Quarter for seed for oil pearance / .
: --1,000 bushels--
1964-65
July-Sept.......: : 5,614 : 3,558 : -2,773 : 6,399
Oct.-Dec........: 60 : 5,836 : 2,313 : -295 : 7,914
Jan.-Mar........: 5,258 : 2 : 423 : 5,683
Apr.-June.......: 1,951 : 4,067 : 651 : -59 : 6,610
- Season.......: 2,011 : 20,775 : 6,524 : -2,704 : 26,606
1965-66 :
July-Sept.......: : 5,036 : 1,448 : 4,333 : 10,817
Oct..-Dec........: 60 : 5,861 : 1,823 : -5,173 : 2,571
SJan.-ar........: : 5,753 : 1 : 355 : 6,109
Apr.-June....... 1,939 : 6,025 : 1,998 : 2,203 : 12,165
SSeason........: 1,999 : 22,675 : 5,270 : 1,718 : 31,662
1966-67 :
Juty-Sept....... a
Oct.-Dec** *
.Ja. ~mea".. *
Apr.-June. ...... .
Season. C... U


1/ Owned and stored in bins or other storage owned or controlled by COC.
flllnwnprl^ rrni-n ivT inlcrc *BnI&^-T nt'hs nn^Q-?+-t nnc


Additional





UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Consumer and Marketing Service
Grain Division


Federal Center


Hyattsville,


Building


Maryland


20782


Postage and
. Department


Fees


Paid


of Agriculture


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

3 1262 08157 0664


OFFICIAL BUSINESS


a-


- -


Mcpherson


Agric.
a4-1-64
4-F-QS


Experiment


Univ.


Sta.
Florida


Gainesville,


Fla.


Grains:
(All data


U price
in 1,000


support
bu. exc


e


operations,
pt grain sc


1965


1964


)rghum in 1,000


crops
cwt.)


1965


crop


1964


crop


:Total


owned


by CCC 31


Grain


. eat .
Bye ...
Oorn...
ats ..
Barley


Total
put under
loan


*Delivered
* to C C


: 169,927


.................:
**: 2
.O... .........O: .


Grain sorghum
Soybeans.....


Flaxseed


......moee..


049ss


5,934
13,055
43,496
16,474
59,361
86,516
11,128


4,386


35
7,948


Total "


under


loan


- 197,863
: 5,258
: 215,718
: 40,875
: 14,954
: 46,319
: 28,576
: 6,306


Delivered
to CCC
y


81,918
6,631
2,135
12,364
234
35,661
15
4,070


: July
: 1966


: 402,695
: 8,901
S374,569
50,711
S10,886
2S1,670
: 16
S11,814


July 1,
.1965


689,83
4,994
546,556
41,581
24,106
332,476
2
2,731


Includes


stocks


sold


but not delivered.


2/ Reported as of June
following quantities of
folo -*n


1966.


Includes purchases


grain outstanding under the


1965


Does not ine e e
-crk price suppo ar


reseal
oats 1


programs


262,


Wheat 12,358,966


221


barley


9,032,100l t, and flaxseed 1,
3/ Total deliveries reported


3,330,961


786, 185


bu.;
bushe


1,193
grain
is.


through June 30


,021 bu.;corn 156 745.71 bu
sorghum 381,709 t.; s


1966.


Includes deliveriesro


purchase agreement.


May not include all grain


an does not include following quantiti
K^ ^il-xaL mE- n o^-^te-,~u jhuK..~a -^: HkjhkK^k :-X.r..L^j -Jk ..**l.^i. : **-d e^~ii^--Kk ^Jk. ^^ ^ .-.^.*K^j B ^ ^


reseal loans
oats 40,390,


as of June


bu.;


barley


1966.


Wheat


4,920,636


bu, and


s delivered from 1964 reseal rc
rains re ported oytl d
5,387 bu.; corn 302,717,68 bu.


grain sorghum


nfl


966,742 cwt.


4/
- S A -


The prinetral deliveries from the


-.


1965


corn


support


program will


be made


- -I **~1 ~ Lt~ -1--A- --- ---


.


i i