Monthly cotton linters review

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Monthly cotton linters review
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Mon. cotton linters rev.
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Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 11 (June 1978); title from caption.
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A
AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE
y COTTON DIVISION, MARKET NEWS BRANCH
\ I4841 SUMMER AVENUE, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE 38122
Telephone 901-521-2931



o\ lMO LY COTTON LINERS REVIEW


Vol. 57 No. 3 October 1986

Production of cotton linters in the United States totaled 51,000 running bale
equivalents during the four weeks ending September 27, according to the Bureau
of the Census. This was down from 59,000 bales last year but well above 21,000
bales two years ago. Production during the first two months of the marketing
year (August and September, 8 weeks) totaled 92,000 bales compared with 112,000
bales a year ago and 40,000 bales through September 1984. Shipments of cotton
linters from oil mills totaled 57,000 bales during September compared with
61,000 bales last season and 35,000 bales two years earlier. Shipments through
September this season were 93,000 bales compared with 118,000 bales a year
earlier and 66,000 two years ago.

Consumption of cotton linters totaled 52,000 bales (four weeks) during
September. This was down from 69,000 bales (five weeks) last year and 74,000
bales (five weeks) in 1984. Total usage for the first two month this season was
109,000 bales, down from the previous two years of 121,000 bales and 118,000
bales, respectively. Domestic bleachers consumed 46,000 bales during September,
down from 61,000 bales in 1985 and 67,000 bales in 1984. Through September,
domestic bleachers used 96,000 bales, down about 10 percent from the past two
seasons. September usage by consumers other than bleachers was 6,000 bales,
2,000 bales less than the past 'two seasons. Consumption during the first two
months of this season by consumers other than bleachers totaled 13,000 bales,
down 3,000 bales from 1985 and 1,000 bales from 1984.

Stocks of cotton linters totaled 467,000 bales on September 27. This was the
largest end-of-September stocks since 1967 and was up from 288,000 bales a year
earlier and 155,000 bales in 1984. Domestic bleachers were holding 369,000
bales at the end of September, the largest since records began in 1947. Oil
mill stocks at the end of September totaled 52,000 bales, up from 49,000 bales
last season and 29,000 two years ago. The Bureau of the Census did not give any
stock figures for public storage or consumers other than bleachers.

Cottonseed receipts at oil mills totaled 260,000 tons during the month of
September. This was down from 394,000 tons last season but up from 162,000 tons
in 1984. Receipts during the first two months of this season totaled 380,000
tons against 585,000 tons last season and 248,000 tons two years ago. Crushings
during September totaled 174,000 tons compared with 197,000 last year and 73,000
two years ago. Through September, crushings this season totaled 316,000 tons,
down from 392,000 tons last year, but up from 143,000 tons two years earlier.
At the end of September, stocks of cottonseed at oil mills totaled 411,000 tons,
down from 599,000 tons in 1985 but almost double the stocks on hand in 1984.

November 5, 1986





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Table 1. Oil


mill production, shipments and stocks of cotton linters,
by months, United States, 1982-1986 1/


Season
beginning: Aug. : Sept. Oct. Nov. : Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Total
August 1

1,000 bales
Production
1982 73 74 103 129 120 119 101 90 69 59 46 47 1,029
1983 46 33 55 83 81 94 76 78 54 46 34 20 699
1984 19 21 82 119 116 122 105 101 84 75 58 53 955
1985 53 59 95 112 98 114 98 92 75 62 43 34 936
1986 2/ 42 51

Shipments
1982 102 86 116 114 132 139 97 111 84 85 57 46 1,170
1983 53 43 55 71 76 95 76 68 46 45 37 28 693
1984 31 35 54 122 95 130 91 110 91 79 55 63 956
1985 57 61 92 88 92 120 100 83 79 56 62 45 937
1986 2/ 36 57

Oil mill stocks
1982 159 146 134 149 137 116 120 99 85 58 46 48 -
1983 40 30 31 43 47 46 46 56 64 64 62 54 -
1984 42 29 57 54 75 66 66 71 64 60 64 54 -
1985 51 49 51 75 81 75 75 81 77 83 63 53 -
1986 2/ 58 52

1/ Reported in running bale equivalents. Total production is adjusted data as reported in Supply and Distribution of
Linters in the U.S. by Bureau of the Census.
2/ Preliminary.

Source: Bureau of the Census


Table 2. Oil mill production, shipments and stocks of cotton linters by types of cut
and by months, September 1985-September 1986 1/

Production Shipments Oil Mill Stocks
Month First : Second M ill Total First Second Mill Total First ; Second : Mill Total
Cuts Cuts Run Cuts Cuts Run : Cts : Cuts Run

1,000 bales
Sept. 1985 13.8 34.2 11.2 59.2 16.4 34.9 10.0 61.3 18.6 23.8 6.1 48.5
Oct. 23.2 58.3 13.5 95.1 26.6 53.1 12.4 92.1 15.2 29.0 7.2 51.5
Nov. 28.1 71.8 12.1 112.0 19.6 57.1 11.7 88.4 23.7 43.7 7.7 75.1
Dec. 26.7 63.1 8.3 98.1 23.1 60.7 8.7 92.5 27.3 46.1 7.3 80.7
Jan. 1986 29.4 73.4 11.1 113.8 31.5 78.6 9.5 119.5 25.3 40.9 8.8 75.0
Feb. 25.0 61.3 11.5 97.8 27.2 62.6 10.6 100.4 23.1 39.5 9.8 72.4

Mar. 25.1 59.4 7.8 92.3 20.8 54.5 8.1 83.4 27.4 44.4 9.5 81.3
Apr. 21.3 50.1 3.9 75.3 18.8 54.8 5.7 79.3 29.9 39.7 7.7 77.3
May 18.2 41.4 2.4 61.9 14.7 38.4 2.8 55.9 33.3 42.7 7.2 83.3
June 12.7 28.2 1.7 42.6 13.3 48.3 0.8 62.4 32.7 22.6 8.1 63.5
July 10.5 21.9 1.9 34.4 18.5 24.6 2.3 45.3 24.7 20.0 7.8 52.5
Aug. 11.6 28.3 1.6 41.6 15.2 20.0 0.8 36.0 21.1 28.3 8.7 58.1
Sept. 16.6 32.3 1.8 50.7 23.1 32.3 1.1 56.5 14.6 28.3 9.4. 52.2

1/ Preliminary. Reported in running bale equivalents. The sum of types by cut may not equal the total because of
rounding.


Source: Bureau of the Census






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Table 3. Consumption of cotton linters by types of consumer, by months, United States, 1982-1986 1/

Season
beginning Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. M ay June July Total
August I
..........----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1,000 bales
Bleachers consumption
1982 34 684 53 43 62* 53 55 77* 63 57 65, 46 678
1983 38 68* 51 51 55* 50 51 73* 57 55 75* 39 661
1984 38 67* 59 60 64* 53 61 64* 56 49 55* 39 664
1985 44 61* 47 45 54* 62* 57 56 57* 53 54 45. 635
1986 2/ 51 46

Consumption by other than bleachers
1982 10 13* 11 11 10* 10 11 14* 11 11 12* 9 134
1983 12 12* 12 10 11* 11 14 14* 6 6 8* 5 122
1984 6 8* 6 6 7* 5 6 6* 5 6 7* 5 72
1985 7 8* 7 6 5* 6* 6 5 7* 5 6 7* 75
1986 2/ 7 6

lotal consumption
1982 44 82* 64 53 73* 63 66 91* 74 68 771 55 812
1983 49 80* 63 61 66* 60 65 87* 63 61 82' 43 783
1984 44 74* 65 66 70* 58 67 71* 62 55 62* 44 737
1985 52 69* 54 50 60* 68* 63 61 63* 58 60 52* 710
1986 2/ 57 52

1/ Reported in running bale equivalents. Consumption figures relate to four-week months except as noted. Sums by types of consumers may
not equal the total because of rounding.
2/ Preliminary.
* Five-week month.

Source: Bureau of the Census



Table 4. Stocks of cotton linters by types of consumer and in public storage, by months, United States, 1982-1986 1/

Season
beginning Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. Hay June July
August 1

1,000 bales
Bleachers stocks
1982 219 202 221 238 263 279 271 249 234 229 210 195
1983 191 172 176 180 189 208 209 201 203 174 154 139
1984 135 112 110 130 154 179 203 219 242 251 260 249
1985 239 231 250 267 298 323 379 395 408 408 401 401
1986 2/ 382 369

Other consumers stocks
1982 17 18 15 16 17 17 17 18 21 20 20 21
1983 20 D D 19 21 22 27 22 14 13 11 10
1984 9 8 8 10 9 9 9 9 9 8 7 7
1985 7 D D D D D D O O D D 0
1986 2/ D D

Public storage stocks
1982 63 64 46 54 53 57 56 54 41 27 25 22
1983 18 D D 17 17 17 18 15 18 15 14 10
1984 9 6 6 8 7 7 5 5 7 7 6 5
1985 5 D D D D D D D D O D D
1986 2/ D D
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/ Stocks at end of reporting period, in running bale equivalents.
2/ Preliminary.
D Data withheld to avoid disclosing figures for individual companies.


Source: Bureau of the Census




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Table 5. Receipts, crushing and stocks of cottonseed at oil mil4-s, by months, United States, 1982-1986
Table 5. Receipts, crushinss and stocks of cottonseed at oil mills, by months, United States, 1982-1986
- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - .- .- -- .- -- .- - -- -- .- -- -- .-- .- .- -- -


Season
beginning
August 1


1982
1983
1984
1985
1986 1/


1982
1983
1984
1985
1986 1/


1982
1983
1984
1985
1986 1/


Aug.




141
121
86
191
119


290
167
70
195
141


632
325
132
402
324


Sept.


Oct.


1,105
608
835
934



392
188
274
338



1,321
705
782
1,196


Nov.


991
923
1,288
947



482
302
423
411



1,831
1,326
1,646
1,732


Dec.


561
337
678
635



433
297
424
369



1,959
1,366
1,900
1,998


Jan.


Feb.


1,000 tons
Receipts
144 1
147
489 i
199


Crush ings
436
348
453
432


Stocks
1,667 1
1,165
1,936
1,766 1


Mar.


369
290
394
361


1,418
902
1,701
1,489


322
295
395
350



1,178
636
1,356
1,164


Apr.


May


June


July


-45
7
24
1



241
206
316
281



892
438
1,064
884


Total


3,389
2,328
3,804
3,336



3,800
2,583
3,514
3,417


1/ Preliminary.
* Less than 500 tons.

Source: Bureau of the Census


Table 6. Total exports and imports of cotton linters, by months, United States, 1979-1986

Season : Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. : Dec. : Jan. : Feb. : Mar. : Apr. : May June : July : Total I1

1,000 bales
Exports 2/
1979 13.8 12.0 12.4 17.8 19.1 19.2 17.2 22.0 12.6 24.2 17.6 18.8 206.8
1980 12.9 14.0 11.7 15.5 12.7 15.9 21.1 17.9 25.1 19.3 15.4 14.1 195.5
1981 8.5 11.0 13.7 17.4 10.4 18.6 18.6 18.5 24.9 23.8 23.4 18.5 207.3
1982 22.4 26.3 34.0 29.7 16.5 31.8 20.8 16.0 28.4 17.3 17.9 15.8 276.9

1983 16.1 8.6 11.5 8.6 13.4 9.2 7.2 9.9 5.6 6.6 6.9 5.1 105.8
1984 5.2 7.1 10.3 11.3 17.9 15.7 13.2 13.1 12.2 14.1 11.5 9.5 141.1
1985 7.2 5.9 7.1 7.4 13.8 14.9 12.5 14.2 12.5 9.9 6.4 7.2 118.9
1986 3/ 7.4 9.7

Imports 2/
1979 3.6 4.4 2.7 4.1 4.4 14.5 6.3 13.2 7.0 13.1 8.2 5.3 86.6
1980 12.0 4.7 4.9 1.2 1.7 3.1 4.2- 2.2 4.1 2.5 2.6 0.9 44.2
1981 1.5 1.0 3.0 4.1 7.1 3.6 1.5 2.8 0.7 1.4 1.8 0.9 29.4
1982 1.9 1.6 1.0 1.5 1.8 2.1 4.3 2.0 2.9 1.7 1.5 0.5 19.3

1983 1.7 0.9 14.7 13.0 4.2 7.3 9.3 5.6 6.3 5.4 5.7 2.5 77.0
1984 11.6 14.3 13.0 4.4 13.8 3.7 10.7 8.4 3.9 10.8 3.4 8.7 106.9
1985 2.5 8.4 10.6 2.1 0.4 16.4 2.5 12.7 26.5 13.5 10.4 10.2 116.31
1986 3/ 10.8 3.8


1/ The sum of monthly
reported in Supply
2/ Exports are in 640
weight bales prior
3/ Preliminary.


Source: Bureau of the Census


figures may not equal the season total because of rounding. Total exports and imports are adjusted data as
and Distribution of Linters in the U. S. by Bureau of the Census.
pound net weight bales through 1982 and in 634 pound equivalent bales thereafter. Imports are in 500 pound gross
to 1982 and in 634 pound equivalent bales thereafter.




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