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w1891
Posted 9/13/2020 20:33 (#8493954 - in reply to #8493868)
Subject: RE: Is the grain really out there?


S Illinois
Here is the link to the quarter grain stocks report.

https://usda.library.cornell.edu/concern/publications/xg94hp534

I know of no other data source that breaks it down further. There is data published weekly on grain movement relating to barges and rail but that is more anecdotal as to total amount left in the country side. The most likely place is end users who need continued grain until new becomes available especially in locations that normally do not have corn harvested prior Oct 1.

Edit: For a baseline of total grain storage capacity, the Jan stocks report has a figure in it for both on farm and off. For example, the US has a little over 25 billion bu in storage capacity with IA itself having 3.6 billion.

link for weekly grain movement.

https://www.ams.usda.gov/sites/default/files/media/GTR09102020.pdf

The bulk of this movement is still old crop.

Link for historical weekly reports. https://www.ams.usda.gov/services/transportation-analysis/gtr

Edited by w1891 9/13/2020 21:25
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