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USDA Corn, Soybean, Wheat Crush Data | KTIC Radio

USDA Corn, Soybean, Wheat Crush Data

USDA Corn, Soybean, Wheat Crush Data
Valley Feeds Mill - Long Island Kansas

March Oilseed Crushings, Production, Consumption and Stocks

Soybeans crushed for crude oil was 5.65 million tons (188 million bushels) in March 2021, compared with 4.93 million tons (164 million bushels) in February 2021 and 5.76 million tons (192 million bushels) in March 2020. Crude oil produced was 2.22 billion pounds up 15 percent from February 2021 and up 1 percent from March 2020. Soybean once refined oil production at 1.76 billion pounds during March 2021 increased 22 percent from February 2021 and increased 10 percent from March 2020.

 

March Grain Crushings and Co-Products Production

Total corn consumed for alcohol and other uses was 473 million bushels in March 2021. Total corn consumption was up 25 percent from February 2021 and up 1 percent from March 2020. March 2021 usage included 91.1 percent for alcohol and 8.9 percent for other purposes. Corn consumed for beverage alcohol totaled 3.72 million bushels, up 35 percent from February 2021 but down 8 percent from March 2020. Corn for fuel alcohol, at 420 million bushels, was up 26 percent from February 2021 and up 2 percent from March 2020. Corn consumed in March 2021 for dry milling fuel production and wet milling fuel production was 91.5 percent and 8.5 percent, respectively.

Dry mill co-product production of distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS) was 1.80 million tons during March 2021, up 28 percent from February 2021 and up 9 percent from March 2020. Distillers wet grains (DWG) 65 percent or more moisture was 1.11 million tons in March 2021, up 26 percent from February 2021 but down 12 percent from March 2020.

Wet mill corn gluten feed production was 266,308 tons during March 2021, up 22 percent from February 2021 but down 9 percent from March 2020. Wet corn gluten feed 40 to 60 percent moisture was 206,831 tons in March 2021, up 22 percent from February 2021 but down 6 percent from March 2020.

 

Q1 Flour Milling Products

All wheat ground for flour during the first quarter 2021 was 225 million bushels, down 3 percent from the fourth quarter 2020 grind of 231 million bushels and down 4 percent from the first quarter 2020 grind of 233 million bushels. First quarter 2021 total flour production was 104 million hundredweight, down 3 percent from the fourth quarter 2020 and down 4 percent from the first quarter 2020. Whole wheat flour production, at 4.83 million hundredweight during the first quarter 2021, accounted for 5 percent of the total flour production. Millfeed production from wheat in the first quarter 2021 was 1.63 million tons. The daily 24-hour milling capacity of wheat flour during the first quarter 2021 was 1.59 million hundredweight.

Flour Milling Products 2020 Summary
All wheat ground for flour in 2020 was 918 million bushels, up 1 percent from 2019. The total flour production was 426 million hundredweight, up 1 percent from 2019. Total whole wheat flour production in 2020 was 20.1 million hundredweight, down 10 percent from 2019.

 

 

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