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December USDA Supply & Demand

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Released at 11am Central on 12/12/2017.
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November USDA Supply & Demand

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The USDA surprised traders with a record 175.4 bushel/acre U.S. corn yield in today's Supply/Demand report, 0.8 bushels above last year's record and a whopping 3.0 bushels above the average trade guess. As a result, 2017/18 corn production increased 298 million bushels. Increased production was partially offset by a 75 million bushel bump in exports and a 25 million bushel increase in feed and residual. Ending stocks increased 147 million bushels to 2.487 billion bushels, 121 million bushels abo...
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October USDA Supply & Demand

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Here's what the USDA had to say: COARSE GRAINS: This month’s 2017/18 U.S. corn outlook is for larger production, increased feed and residual use, and nearly unchanged ending stocks. Corn production is forecast at 14.280 billion bushels, up 96 million from last month.
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Wheat prices slid after the USDA says farmers will harvest a larger wheat crop than expected. Traders had expected 1.73 Billion bushels compared to the reported 1.74 Billion bushels.
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September USDA Supply & Demand

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Released at 11am Central on 9/12/2017.
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August USDA Supply & Demand

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HIGHLIGHTS : On all accounts, the trade missed what the USDA would post in their first survey based report of the year. Corn supplies fell just 102 million bushels on a 1.4 bu/acre yield cut, down to 169.5 bu/acre. The trade was looking for a 4.5 bu/acre reduction.
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July USDA Supply & Demand

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CORN: Corn production for 2017/18 was projected 190 million bushels higher based on increased planted and harvested area from the June 30 Acreage report. The USDA left the national average corn yield unchanged at 170.7 bushels per acre stating: USDA economists said "During June, harvested-area weighted precipitation for the major corn producing states was below normal but did not represent an extreme deviation from average. For much of the crop the critical pollination period will be during midd...
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June Acreage & Quarterly Grain Stocks

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Acreage: The USDA surprised traders with an increase in corn acreage by 890,000 vs. expectations for a 93,000 acre reduction from the March estimate. The largest increases came from North Dakota (+400,000), Nebraska (+250,000), Michigan (+200,000) and Iowa (+200,000). Cuts were seen in Illinois (-200,000) and Indiana (-100,000) with smaller cuts in Ohio, New York, and North Carolina.
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June USDA Supply & Demand

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Projected U.S. wheat supplies for 2017/18 are higher this month on increased beginning stocks, production, and imports. Projected 2017/18 U.S. wheat production is slightly increased by 3.8 million bushels to 1,824 million. The NASS June Crop Production report indicates higher Hard Red Winter and Soft Red Winter wheat production forecasts, which more than offset a reduced White Winter...
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May USDA Supply & Demand

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CORN: The USDA’s outlook for 2017/18 calls for lower production, domestic use, exports and ending stocks. The corn crop is projected at 14.1 billion bushels, down from last year’s record high with a lower forecast area and yield...
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