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USDA Reports Summary Table

03/31/2014 @ 2:56pm

The following table is provided as a service to Dow 
Jones Newswires subscribers in conjunction with the U.S. Department of 
Agriculture's March prospective plantings and quarterly grain stocks reports. 
Estimates are in millions of acres for 2014 U.S. prospective plantings and 
millions of bushels for grain stocks as of March 1. 
   Prospective Plantings 
                   Monday's                              2013 
                      USDA     Average      Range     Seedings 
Corn                  91.7      92.902    90.9-94.0     95.365 
Soybeans              81.5      81.369    78.8-83.6     76.533 
All Wheat             55.8      56.010    54.8-57.3     56.156 
Other Spring Wheat    12.0      12.164    11.0-13.5     11.596 
Durum                  1.8       1.705    1.39-2.05      1.470 
   Grain Stocks 
                                                Mar. 1 
              Monday's                           USDA 
               USDA     Average     Range       Stocks 
Corn           7,006      7,110  6,923-7,540     5,400 
Soybeans         992        989    925-1,087       998 
Wheat          1,055      1,034    975-1,100     1,235 
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March 31, 2014 12:03 ET (16:03 GMT)

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