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USDA Report tip sheet for Friday

06/26/2013 @ 1:31pm

CHICAGO (Dow Jones)--The following table is provided as a service to Dow Jones Newswires subscribers in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's acreage and quarterly grain stocks reports.

The reports are scheduled for release at noon EDT (1600 GMT) Friday. Estimates are in millions of acres for the 2013 U.S. acreage report and in billions of bushels for U.S. grain and soybean stocks as of June 1.

U.S. Acreage 



                                                          March 28  2012 

                  Average      Range              Plantings Seedings 

Corn          95.340   94.200-96.400     97.282    97.155 

Soybeans      78.024  77.100-79.240  77.126    77.198 

Spring Wheat  12.117  11.700-12.700  12.701    12.289 

Durum          1.657    1.550-1.800    1.751     2.123 

All Wheat     55.751   55.200-56.400  56.440    55.736 



U.S. Grain Stocks 


                                                 2013 Mar 1 2012 June 1 

                                                   USDA       USDA 

               Average    Range           Stocks     Stocks 

Corn           2.856   2.761-3.000  5.399      3.148 

Soybeans     0.441   0.413-0.490  0.999      0.667 

Wheat          0.750   0.732-0.781  1.234      0.743

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

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

June 26, 2013 10:57 ET (14:57 GMT)

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