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December USDA Supply & Demand

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SOYBEANS: The USDA’s December supply/demand report was slightly bearish on its own as ending stocks came in at 480 million bushels with an average trade guess for 470 million bushels. U.S. exports were unchanged with the trade thinking ending stocks would decline tied to higher Chinese import needs. World ending stocks were the more bearish in the soybean report as stocks increased to 82.9 million tons versus trade estimates at 81.4 million tons. S. American crops were unchanged. Soybean futur...
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November USDA Supply & Demand

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The USDA drastically increased corn and soybean yields over the trade guess in today’s mid-day supply/demand report. The corn yield was increased just over the high end guess to 175.3 bu/acre, right at the INTL FCStone estimate. The average trade guess was 173.4 bu/acre.
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October USDA Supply & Demand

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Corn data was all very close to expectations with the trend in yield declining as the trade expected. Surprising to see Illinois above 2014 at 202 bu/acre state average.
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Today's USDA stocks report offered a neutral result for the beans and slightly bullish response in corn. Wheat stocks can be taken as bearish upon prices overall but we do see upside potential in Minneapolis wheat if wet weather continues to hinder quality.
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September USDA Supply & Demand

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Today the USDA confirmed their forecast for record U.S. yields, record U.S. crop production and record demand. Prices for all crops fell following the USDA reports.
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August USDA Supply & Demand

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SOYBEANS: The USDA Supply/demand report for beans should be considered bearish against pre-report estimates with old crop stocks reported at 255 million bushels compared to a 350 million bushel estimate, demand continues to rise on higher exports and slightly higher crush.
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July USDA Supply & Demand

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Corn - The USDA supply/demand July update for corn we consider mostly bullish vs. the trade guesses. Old crop ending stocks came 100 million bushels lower than expected at 1.701 Billion bushels driven by higher exports and ethanol. New crop ending stocks were pegged at 2.081 Billion bushels vs a trade expectation of 2.205 Billion bushels taken as bullish partly on a smaller carry in number.
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June Acreage & Quarterly Grain Stocks

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Today's USDA quarterly grain stocks reports gave a big surprise to traders in corn and bean acres with smaller adjustments in to stocks. Corn acres were reported at 94.1 million acres, up from 93.6 million in March. Soybean acres were smaller than the trade guess at 83.7 million but did increase 1.45 million acres to 83.68.
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June USDA Supply & Demand

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Numbers and USDA comments below.
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May USDA Supply & Demand

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For those who think the USDA never gives us good news, remember this report as one that actually did, that is if you are a producer of corn and beans. Wheat producers were not as lucky because the USDA just reaffirmed that wheat supplies are getting bigger...
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