USDA reports weekly shipments of soybeans, corn and wheat within expectations in the United States

Published Feb 21, 2024

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The USDA's new grain shipment figures for the week ending February 15 show that soybean, corn, and wheat shipments were within expectations. Soybean shipments were 1,185,885 million tons, bringing the total for the season to 31,969,302 million tons, a decrease of 23% from last year. Corn shipments were 918,610 thousand tons, with a total of 18,118,948 million tons for the season, marking a 32% increase from the previous year. Wheat shipments were 380,774 thousand tons, with a seasonal total of 12,091,334 million tons, 18% lower than last year.
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The USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) brought its new grain shipment figures this Tuesday (20) with numbers within expectations for soybeans, corn and wheat. In the week ending February 15, the US shipped 1,185,885 million tons of soybeans, while the market expected something between 600,000 and 1,450 million. Throughout the season, American shipments totaled 31,969,302 million tons, 23% less than a year ago. Of corn, weekly shipments were 918,610 thousand tons, also in line with the market's expected range of 700 thousand to 1.050 million. With this volume, the total grain already shipped by Americans reaches 18,118,948 million tons, 32% more than last year, in this same period. The United States ...
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