USDA Weekly Grains Inspected For Export Report (Sept. 28): Corn, Soybeans, and Sorghum up From a Year Ago, Wheat Substantially Down

Amounts of corn, soybeans, and sorghum inspected for export for the week ending Sept. 24 were all up from the same week a year ago, but the amount of wheat was substantially down.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture reported that 806,639 metric tons of corn were inspected for export, a quantity nearly twice as large as inspected for the week ending Sept. 26, 2019, and more than 5% higher than the amount inspected the previous week.

Gains in the amounts of soybeans and sorghum inspected last week compared to a year ago were more than 23% higher and nearly four times as much, respectively, while wheat fell to 563,427 metric tons last week compared to 9,220,833 metric tons last year.

Year-to-date inspection amounts on all four grains are running ahead of where they were in 2019.

For the complete USDA report, click here.

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