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Washington, DC    Mon   Jul 21, 2014   USDA Market News

*CORRECTIONS AT BOTTOM OF REPORT ARE INCLUDED IN CURRENT MARKET YEAR TO DATE*

COUNTRY OF DESTINATION IS REPORTED AS KNOWN AT THE TIME OF EXPORTATION.
INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS REPORT REFLECTS EXPORTED GRAIN INSPECTED AND 
WEIGHED THROUGH GIPSA'S AUTHORITY UNDER THE U.S. GRAIN STANDARDS ACT.  
NO ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS, COMPILATIONS OR DATA IS AVAILABLE.

               GRAINS INSPECTED AND/OR WEIGHED FOR EXPORT
                  REPORTED IN WEEK ENDING JUL 17, 2014
                            -- METRIC TONS --
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                   CURRENT     PREVIOUS  
             ----------- WEEK ENDING ----------  MARKET YEAR  MARKET YEAR
  GRAIN      07/17/2014  07/10/2014  07/18/2013    TO DATE     TO DATE   

BARLEY          3,693         421         993        8,756        4,919  
CORN          939,791     946,313     262,971   41,010,793   15,661,245  
FLAXSEED          147          98           0          366          454  
MIXED               0           0           0            0            0  
OATS                0           0          22          100          575  
RYE                 0           0           0            0            0  
SORGHUM       114,122     264,103      27,678    4,012,896    1,527,781  
SOYBEANS       96,915     118,193     106,476   42,909,855   35,296,744  
SUNFLOWER           0           0           0            0          153  
WHEAT         515,283     387,400     659,508    3,234,684    4,409,864  
Total       1,669,951   1,716,528   1,057,648   91,177,450   56,901,735  
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CROP MARKETING YEARS BEGIN JUNE 1 FOR WHEAT, RYE, OATS, BARLEY AND
FLAXSEED;  SEPTEMBER 1 FOR CORN, SORGHUM, SOYBEANS AND SUNFLOWER SEEDS.
INCLUDES WATERWAY SHIPMENTS TO CANADA.

   SOYBEANS INSPECTED AND/OR WEIGHED FOR EXPORT
     BY PORT AREA AND COUNTRY OF DESTINATION
      REPORTED IN WEEK ENDING JUL 17, 2014
                -- METRIC TONS --
--------------------------------------------------
N. ATLANTIC   
       INDONESIA      563

MISSISSIPPI R.
       INDONESIA    35458       JAPAN        27307
       MEXICO        7700

INTERIOR      
       CHINA T       1396       INDONESIA     9891
       JAPAN          366       MEXICO       11492
       VIETNAM       2742

TOTAL                                        96915
--------------------------------------------------
INCLUDES SHIPMENTS TO CANADA.

    WHEAT INSPECTED AND/OR WEIGHED FOR EXPORT BY CLASS, REGION AND PORT AREA
                      REPORTED IN WEEK ENDING JUL 17, 2014
                                -- METRIC TONS --
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           HARD RED  HARD RED  SOFT RED    SOFT                
  REGION       PORT AREA    SPRING    WINTER    WINTER    WHITE  DURUM    TOTALS

ST LAWR SWY  MONTREAL            0         0         0        0      0         0
             SEAWAY              0         0         0        0      0         0
               SUBTOTAL          0         0         0        0      0         0

LAKES        CHICAGO             0         0         0        0      0         0
             DULUTH-SUP          0         0         0        0      0         0
             TOLEDO              0         0         0        0      0         0
             PORT HURON          0         0         0        0      0         0
             LAKE ONTARIO        0         0         0        0      0         0
             LAKE SUPERIOR       0         0         0        0      0         0
             LAKE ERIE           0         0         0        0      0         0
               SUBTOTAL          0         0         0        0      0         0

ATLANTIC     N. ATLANTIC         0         0     1,077        0      0     1,077
             S. ATLANTIC         0         0    37,698        0      0    37,698
               SUBTOTAL          0         0    38,775        0      0    38,775

GULF         MISSISSIPPI R. 17,000    47,748    95,068        0      0   159,816
             EAST GULF           0         0         0        0      0         0
             N. TEXAS            0   113,784         0        0      0   113,784
             S. TEXAS            0         0         0        0      0         0
               SUBTOTAL     17,000   161,532    95,068        0      0   273,600

PACIFIC      COLUMBIA R.   124,840    10,496         0   43,259      0   178,595
             PUGET SOUND         0         0         0      318    245       563
             CALIFORNIA          0         0         0        0      0         0
               SUBTOTAL    124,840    10,496         0   43,577    245   179,158

INTERIOR     INTERIOR       17,065     2,195     4,490        0      0    23,750
               SUBTOTAL     17,065     2,195     4,490        0      0    23,750

  TOTAL                    158,905   174,223   138,333   43,577    245   515,283
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*NOT INCLUDED IN TOTAL INSPECTION FOR EXPORTS
WHEAT SHIPPED FOR STORAGE IN CANADA IS REPORTED AT TIME OF SHIPMENT FROM 
ST LAWR SWY PORTS
PRIOR TO MAY 1, 1990, ALL HARD AND SOFT WHITE WHEAT VARIETIES WERE CLASSIFIED 
AS WHITE WHEAT.

         GRAINS INSPECTED AND/OR WEIGHED FOR EXPORT BY REGION AND PORT AREA
                          REPORTED IN WEEK ENDING JUL 17, 2014
                                   -- METRIC TONS –
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                             CORN    CORN                             FLAX-           
REGION/PORT AREA   WHEAT   YELLOW   WHITE BARLEY  SORGHUM  SOYBEANS   SEED      TOTALS

LAKES     
 TOLEDO                0   20,659       0      0        0         0      0      20,659
   SUBTOTAL            0   20,659       0      0        0         0      0      20,659

ATLANTIC  
 S. ATLANTIC      37,698   11,303       0      0        0         0      0      49,001
 N. ATLANTIC       1,077        0       0      0        0       563      0       1,640
   SUBTOTAL       38,775   11,303       0      0        0       563      0      50,641

GULF      
 N. TEXAS        113,784        0       0      0        0         0      0     113,784
 S. TEXAS              0        0       0      0  107,851         0      0     107,851
 MISSISSIPPI R.  159,816  519,952  10,062      0    2,172    70,465      0     762,467
   SUBTOTAL      273,600  519,952  10,062      0  110,023    70,465      0     984,102

PACIFIC   
 PUGET SOUND         563   65,577       0      0        0         0     98      66,238
 CALIFORNIA            0       49      24      0    1,494         0      0       1,567
 COLUMBIA R.     178,595  190,205       0      0        0         0      0     368,800
   SUBTOTAL      179,158  255,831      24      0    1,494         0     98     436,605

INTERIOR  
 INTERIOR         23,750  121,361     599  3,693    2,605    25,887     49     177,944
   SUBTOTAL       23,750  121,361     599  3,693    2,605    25,887     49     177,944

TOTAL            515,283  929,106  10,685  3,693  114,122    96,915    147   1,669,951
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
INCLUDES SHIPMENTS TO CANADA AND DOES NOT INCLUDE SHIPMENTS OF U.S. GRAIN FROM THE
ST. LAWRENCE SEAWAY.
MIXED CORN IS INCLUDED IN YELLOW CORN.

   GRAINS INSPECTED AND/OR WEIGHED FOR EXPORT BY REGION AND COUNTRY OF DESTINATION
                       REPORTED IN WEEK ENDING JUL 17, 2014
                                 -- METRIC TONS --
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           CORN    CORN                              FLAX-           
REGION/COUNTRY   WHEAT   YELLOW   WHITE  BARLEY  SORGHUM  SOYBEANS   SEED      TOTALS

LAKES     
 IRELAND             0   20,659       0       0        0         0      0      20,659
   SUBTOTAL          0   20,659       0       0        0         0      0      20,659

ATLANTIC  
 BRAZIL         31,697        0       0       0        0         0      0      31,697
 CHINA MAIN      2,450        0       0       0        0         0      0       2,450
 GUYANA              0    6,749       0       0        0         0      0       6,749
 INDONESIA           0        0       0       0        0       563      0         563
 JAMAICA             0    4,554       0       0        0         0      0       4,554
 KOREA REP         881        0       0       0        0         0      0         881
 PHILIPPINES     3,747        0       0       0        0         0      0       3,747
   SUBTOTAL     38,775   11,303       0       0        0       563      0      50,641

GULF      
 BRAZIL        129,763        0       0       0        0         0      0     129,763
 BURKINA        10,000        0       0       0        0         0      0      10,000
 CHINA MAIN          0        0       0       0  107,851         0      0     107,851
 COLOMBIA       20,899        0       0       0        0         0      0      20,899
 COSTA RICA          0   30,173       0       0        0         0      0      30,173
 DOMINICN REP        0   24,150       0       0        0         0      0      24,150
 ECUADOR        27,500        0       0       0        0         0      0      27,500
 EGYPT               0  133,204       0       0        0         0      0     133,204
 HONDURAS            0   14,375   3,232       0        0         0      0      17,607
 INDONESIA           0   11,364       0       0        0    35,458      0      46,822
 JAMAICA             0   15,698       0       0        0         0      0      15,698
 JAPAN               0  198,906   6,830       0    2,172    27,307      0     235,215
 MALI            6,800        0       0       0        0         0      0       6,800
 MEXICO         26,236   22,123       0       0        0     7,700      0      56,059
 NIGERIA        30,402        0       0       0        0         0      0      30,402
 SPAIN               0   69,959       0       0        0         0      0      69,959
 VENEZUELA      22,000        0       0       0        0         0      0      22,000
   SUBTOTAL    273,600  519,952  10,062       0  110,023    70,465      0     984,102

PACIFIC   
 CHINA MAIN          0        0       0       0    1,494         0     98       1,592
 CHINA T        40,837        0       0       0        0         0      0      40,837
 HONG KONG         318        0       0       0        0         0      0         318
 INDONESIA      47,664        0       0       0        0         0      0      47,664
 JAPAN          37,500       49       0       0        0         0      0      37,549
 KOREA REP           0  255,782      24       0        0         0      0     255,806
 SINGAPORE      22,000        0       0       0        0         0      0      22,000
 VIETNAM        30,839        0       0       0        0         0      0      30,839
   SUBTOTAL    179,158  255,831      24       0    1,494         0     98     436,605

INTERIOR  
 CHINA MAIN          0    1,934       0       0    1,861         0      0       3,795
 CHINA T             0   10,037       0       0        0     1,396      0      11,433
 HONG KONG           0      734       0       0        0         0      0         734
 INDONESIA           0       24       0       0        0     9,891      0       9,915
 JAPAN               0      367       0       0        0       366      0         733
 MALAYSIA            0      318       0       0        0         0      0         318
 MAYOTTE         1,297        0       0       0        0         0      0       1,297
 MEXICO         22,453  107,849     599   3,693      744    11,492      0     146,830
 MOROCCO             0       98       0       0        0         0      0          98
 REP S AFRICA        0        0       0       0        0         0     49          49
 VIETNAM             0        0       0       0        0     2,742      0       2,742
   SUBTOTAL     23,750  121,361     599   3,693    2,605    25,887     49     177,944

TOTAL          515,283  929,106  10,685   3,693  114,122    96,915    147   1,669,951
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*NOT INCLUDED IN TOTAL INSPECTION FOR EXPORTS
GRAIN SHIPPED FOR STORAGE IN CANADA IS REPORTED AT TIME OF SHIPMENT FROM 
ST LAWR SWY PORTS

Monday JULY 21, 2014
CORRECTIONS TO PREVIOUS PUBLICATIONS:
FOR CERTDATE 07/01/14 ADD 11549 SWH WHEAT    FROM COLUMBIA R.    TO VIETNAM    
FOR CERTDATE 07/08/14 ADD    24 WHC CORN     FROM INTERIOR       TO JORDAN     
FOR CERTDATE 07/08/14 ADD   399 YC  CORN     FROM INTERIOR       TO MEXICO     
FOR CERTDATE 07/10/14 ADD    96 S   SORGHUM  FROM INTERIOR       TO MEXICO     
FOR CERTDATE 07/10/14 ADD 59327 S   SORGHUM  FROM S. TEXAS       TO CHINA MAIN 
FOR CERTDATE 07/10/14 ADD  9880 SRW WHEAT    FROM INTERIOR       TO MEXICO     
FOR CERTDATE 07/10/14 ADD   465 YC  CORN     FROM INTERIOR       TO CHINA MAIN 
FOR CERTDATE 07/10/14 ADD  1102 YC  CORN     FROM INTERIOR       TO CHINA T    
FOR CERTDATE 07/10/14 ADD   623 YC  CORN     FROM INTERIOR       TO MEXICO     
FOR CERTDATE 07/10/14 ADD 17371 YC  CORN     FROM MISSISSIPPI R. TO MEXICO     
FOR CERTDATE 07/10/14 ADD   490 YSB SOYBEANS FROM INTERIOR       TO CHINA T    
FOR CERTDATE 07/10/14 ADD  2302 YSB SOYBEANS FROM INTERIOR       TO INDONESIA  
FOR CERTDATE 07/10/14 ADD    49 YSB SOYBEANS FROM INTERIOR       TO JAPAN      
FOR CERTDATE 07/10/14 ADD    72 YSB SOYBEANS FROM INTERIOR       TO MEXICO     

Source:  USDA, FGIS
         USDA Market News Service, Moses Lake, WA
         Robin Cusato-Wood 509-707-3150 MosesLake.LPGMN@ams.usda.gov
         www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/wa_gr101.txt
         http://www.ams.usda.gov/lpsmarketnewspage

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