Corn production is now estimated at 14.604 billion bushels, up 26 million bushels when compared to the December WASDE. "Winter wheat acres came in higher than the average trade guess".
US soybean futures dropped to four-month lows on Friday, on pace for the fourth consecutive session of declines ahead of USA government crop data due at midday that was expected to show bigger global soy supplies.
The massive corn and soybean harvests flooded country elevators and strained storage bins.
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With only modest tweaks to demand, United States ending stocks also rose 40 million bushels to 2.477 billion bushels, higher than most analysts were expecting, but comfortably within a range that spanned 2.263 billion to 2.550 billion bushels. Quarterly stocks were the highest on record and we continue to swim in old-crop supply. Soybean ending stocks were raised too, largely due to a cut in the export forecast for the oilseed. Average corn yields were 176.6 bushels per acre. For ethanol and byproducts, projected corn use is unchanged at 5.525 billion bushels.
The 2017 soybean crop is pegged 43.9 billion bushels, 2 percent more in 2016.
Commodity funds were net sellers of CBOT soybean, soymeal, soyoil and corn futures contracts on Thursday and net buyers of wheat, traders said. Average soybean yield was estimated at 49.1 bus per acre, down from 49.5 bus in November and from a record 52 bus in 2016. Corn stocks as of December 1 were 12.516 billion bushels.
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Wheat is up about half a percent this week, having risen 3.6 percent in four weeks of positive moves and corn is down 0.7 percent, the biggest weekly fall in a month.
USA corn production rose to 14.604 billion bushels, up from 14.578 billion in December and within the range of analysts' expectations, which on average had been braced for a 1-million bushel addition. USDA boosted the domestic soybean ending stocks forecast to 470 million.
The big Brazilian crop was likely to dominate global export trade markets in the months to come, stealing away market share from USA soy exporters.
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Feed and residual use is down 25 million bushels, falling to 5.55 billion based on indicated disappearance during September-November as reflected by the December 1 stocks.