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USDA Report preview table

03/27/2013 @ 12:58pm

The following table is provided as a service to Dow Jones Newswires subscribers in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's prospective planting and quarterly grain stocks reports. The reports are scheduled for release at noon EDT (1600 GMT) Thursday. Estimates are in millions of acres for 2013 U.S. prospective plantings and billions of bushels for grain stocks as of March 1.

Prospective Plantings

                       Average    Range     Seedings 
   Corn                 97.3     96.8-98.0   97.2 
   Soybeans             78.5     77.5-80.0   77.2 
   All Wheat            56.4     56.0-57.2   55.7 
   Other Spring Wheat   12.5     11.9-13.8   12.3 
   Durum                 2.1      2.0-2.3     2.1 
   Cotton               10.8      9.0-11.0   12.3

** In the January Winter Wheat Seedings Report, USDA estimated 2013 winter

wheat plantings at 41.8 million acres.

Grain Stocks

                                   2012 Dec. 1  2012 Mar. 1 
                                        USDA         USDA 
                 Average     Range      Stocks       Stocks 
   Corn          5.030    4.916-5.248   8.030        6.023 
   Soybeans      0.947    0.912-1.059   1.966        1.374 
   Wheat         1.167    1.010-1.238   1.660        1.199

Write to Andrew Johnson Jr. at andrew.johnsonjr@dowjones.com

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March 26, 2013 12:23 ET (16:23 GMT)

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