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Palouser
Senior Advisor

Grains, Soy keep going out!

Soybeans and wheat weekly increases in export shipments are positives while corn’s shipments were above its weekly pace to achieve the USDA’s current export forecast, despite this week’s inspections being lower than last week’s movement.  JG

 

 

 

 

 

DJ USDA Grain Inspections For Export In Bushels-Apr 28

 

Source: USDA

 

    For the week ending Apr 24, in Bushels. Includes

 

waterway shipments to Canada.

 

 

 

Grain            -------week ending-------   current   previous

 

              Apr 24     Apr 17      last     mkt yr     mkt yr

 

                                     year    to date    to date

 

Barley            17          0        12      7,334      6,345

 

Corn          45,522     64,295    11,645  1,101,946    482,150

 

Flaxseed           1        11          3        291        481

 

Mixed              0         0          0          0          0

 

Oats               0          0         7        128        545

 

Rye                0         0          0          0          4

 

Sorghum        4,706     10,651       550    115,492     53,970

 

Soybeans       9,344     5,657      8,964  1,519,472  1,246,288

 

Sunflower          0         0          0          0          2

 

Wheat         23,186    18,670     31,538  1,043,764    903,064

 

Total        82,776     99,284     52,719  3,788,427  2,692,850

 

  Crop marketing years begin June 1 for wheat, rye, oats, and barley.

 

September 1 for corn, sorghum, and soybeans.

 

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