According to the US Department of Agriculture, US weekly wheat net sales, for the period August 27-September 2, 2021, were 388,400 metric tons (MT).
These were up 32% from the previous week and 54% from the prior 4-week average.
The first buyer was Mexico with 128.100 MT.
Exports were 390,100 MT, down 7% from the previous week and 33% from the prior 4-week average.
The primary destination was Mexico with 106,600 MT.
About corn, net sales for the 21/22 marketing year, which began September 1, totaled 905,800 MT.
The first buyer was Mexico with 334,100 MT.
A total of 2,978,100 MT in sales were carried over from the 20/21 marketing year, which ended August 31.
Exports for the period ending August 31 of 256,000 MT brought accumulated exports to 66,957,900 MT, up 55% from the prior year’s total of 43,273,800 MT.
The primary destination was Mexico with 117,000 MT.
Exports for September 1-2 totaled 167,900 MT, with Mexico at 140,100 MT.
About soybeans, net sales for the 21/22 marketing year, which began September 1, totaled 1,471,900 MT.
The primary destination was China with 764,000 MT.
A total of 1,805,800 MT in sales were carried over from the 20/21 marketing year, which ended August 31.
Exports for the period ending August 31 of 283,100 MT brought accumulated exports to 60,570,500 MT, up 35% from the prior year’s total of 44,934,500 MT.
The primary destination was Germany with 152,200 MT.
Exports for September 1-2 totaled 13,800 MT, with Mexico at 10,500 MT.
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