World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates: Charts and Figures

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WASDE-483-8                    June 2010                    World and U.S. Supply and Use for Grains 1/                               Million Metric Tons ===============================================================================                       :           :   Total   :          :  Total   :  Ending      Commodity        :   Output  :   Supply  : Trade 2/ :   Use    :  Stocks ===============================================================================                       :                       :                         World Total grains 3/       :       2008/09         :  2,240.79   2,609.43     285.59    2,159.72    449.71       2009/10 (Est.)  :  2,224.31   2,674.02     270.53    2,198.65    475.38       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :  2,261.69   2,742.08     273.43    2,245.86    496.22               June    :  2,256.33   2,731.70     277.07    2,249.58    482.13 Wheat                 :       2008/09         :    683.15     807.57     143.42      642.52    165.05       2009/10 (Est.)  :    680.04     845.08     128.88      652.18    192.90       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :    672.18     865.55     129.18      667.46    198.09               June    :    668.52     861.42     131.36      667.49    193.93 Coarse grains 4/      :       2008/09         :  1,109.68   1,273.41     113.24    1,079.55    193.85       2009/10 (Est.)  :  1,103.71   1,297.56     111.98    1,104.70    192.86       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :  1,129.77   1,326.47     112.83    1,124.96    201.50               June    :  1,128.36   1,321.22     114.23    1,129.30    191.93 Rice, milled          :       2008/09         :    447.96     528.45      28.93      437.64     90.81       2009/10 (Est.)  :    440.57     531.38      29.67      441.76     89.62       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :    459.74     550.06      31.42      453.44     96.62               June    :    459.44     549.06      31.49      452.79     96.27                       :                       :                     United States Total grains 3/       :       2008/09         :    400.28     461.70      81.82      314.00     65.89       2009/10 (Est.)  :    416.45     488.54      81.40      335.65     71.49       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :    417.48     499.51      82.46      337.66     79.39               June    :    418.13     495.81      82.53      340.63     72.66 Wheat                 :       2008/09         :     68.02      79.80      27.64       34.29     17.87       2009/10 (Est.)  :     60.31      81.31      24.09       31.93     25.30       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :     55.61      84.45      24.49       32.82     27.13               June    :     56.26      84.56      24.49       33.10     26.97 Coarse grains 4/      :       2008/09         :    325.87     373.98      51.17      275.75     47.06       2009/10 (Est.)  :    349.22     398.72      54.01      299.41     45.29       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :    354.25     405.79      54.63      300.51     50.65               June    :    354.25     402.08      54.63      303.18     44.27 Rice, milled          :       2008/09         :      6.40       7.93       3.01        3.96      0.96       2009/10 (Est.)  :      6.92       8.51       3.30        4.32      0.89       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :      7.62       9.28       3.34        4.33      1.61               June    :      7.62       9.18       3.41        4.36      1.42 =============================================================================== 1/ Aggregate of local marketing years.  2/ Based on export estimate.  See individual commodity tables for treatment of export/import imbalances.  3/ Wheat, coarse grains and milled rice.  4/ Corn, sorghum, barley, oats, rye, millet and mixed grains (for U.S. excludes millet and mixed grains).                                       WASDE-483-9                    June 2010                 World and U.S. Supply and Use for Grains, Continued 1/                               Million Metric Tons ===============================================================================                       :           :   Total   :          :  Total   :  Ending      Commodity        :   Output  :   Supply  : Trade 2/ :   Use    :  Stocks ===============================================================================                       :                       :                         Foreign 3/ Total grains 4/       :       2008/09         :  1,840.51   2,147.73     203.77    1,845.72    383.82       2009/10 (Est.)  :  1,807.87   2,185.48     189.13    1,862.99    403.89       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :  1,844.21   2,242.57     190.96    1,908.20    416.83               June    :  1,838.20   2,235.89     194.54    1,908.94    409.47 Wheat                 :       2008/09         :    615.14     727.77     115.78      608.23    147.18       2009/10 (Est.)  :    619.72     763.77     104.79      620.26    167.60       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :    616.57     781.10     104.68      634.64    170.96               June    :    612.26     776.87     106.86      634.39    166.97 Coarse grains 5/      :       2008/09         :    783.81     899.43      62.07      803.81    146.79       2009/10 (Est.)  :    754.49     898.84      57.97      805.29    147.56       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :    775.52     920.68      58.20      824.45    150.85               June    :    774.12     919.14      59.60      826.12    147.65 Rice, milled          :       2008/09         :    441.56     520.52      25.92      433.69     89.85       2009/10 (Est.)  :    433.65     522.87      26.37      437.45     88.73       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :    452.12     540.79      28.08      449.11     95.02               June    :    451.82     539.88      28.08      448.43     94.85 =============================================================================== 1/ Aggregate of local marketing years.  2/ Based on export estimate.  See individual commodity tables for treatment of export/import imbalances.   3/ Total foreign is equal to world minus United States.   4/ Wheat, coarse grains and milled rice.  5/ Corn, sorghum, barley, oats, rye, millet and mixed grains.                          World and U.S. Supply and Use for Cotton 1/                                  Million 480-lb. bales ===============================================================================                       :           :   Total   :          :  Total   :  Ending      Commodity        :   Output  :   Supply  : Trade 2/ :   Use    :  Stocks ===============================================================================                       :                       :                         World       2008/09         :    107.48     170.08      30.16      109.94     62.70       2009/10 (Est.)  :    102.89     165.59      35.26      116.43     52.21       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :    113.88     166.64      35.72      119.08     50.13               June    :    114.32     166.53      36.14      119.49     49.59                       :                     United States       2008/09         :     12.82      22.87      13.28        3.59      6.34       2009/10 (Est.)  :     12.19      18.53      12.25        3.40      2.90       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :     16.70      19.80      13.50        3.30      3.00               June    :     16.70      19.60      13.50        3.30      2.80                       :                        Foreign 3/       2008/09         :     94.66     147.22      16.88      106.35     56.36       2009/10 (Est.)  :     90.71     147.06      23.01      113.03     49.31       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :     97.18     146.83      22.22      115.78     47.13               June    :     97.62     146.93      22.64      116.19     46.79 =============================================================================== 1/ Marketing year beginning August 1.  2/ Based on export estimate.  3/  Total Foreign is equal to world minus United States. See global cotton tables for treatment of export/import imbalances.                                      WASDE-483-10                    June 2010                    World and U.S. Supply and Use for Oilseeds 1/                              (Million Metric Tons) ===============================================================================                       :           :   Total   :        :   Total   :  Ending      Commodity        :   Output  :   Supply  :  Trade :    Use 2/ :  Stocks ===============================================================================                       :                       :                         World Oilseeds              :       2008/09         :    397.20     458.84     94.66      338.76     56.53       2009/10 (Est.)  :    440.88     497.41    101.91      353.33     76.56       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :    439.96     515.42    104.41      369.55     77.25               June    :    440.22     516.78    104.36      369.74     77.52 Oilmeals              :       2008/09         :    228.92     236.66     68.57      228.59      6.29       2009/10 (Est.)  :    240.49     246.78     71.90      237.34      6.57       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :    251.38     258.26     73.84      248.17      7.63               June    :    251.45     258.01     74.29      248.10      7.20 Vegetable Oils        :       2008/09         :    133.45     144.50     55.78      130.33     12.48       2009/10 (Est.)  :    139.26     151.74     57.39      137.78     12.15       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :    146.64     158.87     60.50      143.60     13.14               June    :    146.71     158.85     60.65      144.04     13.11                       :                       :                     United States Oilseeds              :       2008/09         :     89.20      97.41     35.80       49.35      5.62       2009/10 (Est.)  :     98.90     105.55     40.51       51.12      6.41       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :     99.09     106.82     37.81       48.71     11.38               June    :     99.09     106.64     37.81       48.70     11.25 Oilmeals              :       2008/09         :     37.72      39.87      7.96       31.67      0.25       2009/10 (Est.)  :     39.60      41.29     10.66       30.29      0.33       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :     37.67      39.92      8.24       31.34      0.33               June    :     37.71      39.96      8.33       31.29      0.33 Vegetable Oils        :       2008/09         :      9.67      14.37      1.46       11.23      1.68       2009/10 (Est.)  :      9.96      14.73      1.81       11.30      1.62       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :      9.65      14.57      1.36       11.59      1.62               June    :      9.65      14.54      1.36       11.57      1.61                       :                       :                      Foreign 3/ Oilseeds              :       2008/09         :    308.00     361.43     58.86      289.40     50.91       2009/10 (Est.)  :    341.98     391.86     61.40      302.21     70.15       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :    340.86     408.60     66.59      320.83     65.87               June    :    341.13     410.14     66.54      321.04     66.27 Oilmeals              :       2008/09         :    191.20     196.79     60.61      196.93      6.04       2009/10 (Est.)  :    200.89     205.49     61.24      207.05      6.23       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :    213.71     218.34     65.60      216.83      7.29               June    :    213.74     218.05     65.96      216.81      6.87 Vegetable Oils        :       2008/09         :    123.78     130.14     54.33      119.11     10.80       2009/10 (Est.)  :    129.30     137.02     55.58      126.49     10.53       2010/11 (Proj.) :                May    :    137.00     144.30     59.14      132.01     11.52               June    :    137.05     144.31     59.29      132.47     11.50 =============================================================================== 1/ Aggregate of local marketing years with Brazil and Argentina on an Oct.-Sept. year.  2/ Crush only for oilseeds.  3/ Total foreign is equal to world minus United States.                                       WASDE-483-11                    June 2010                              U.S. Wheat Supply and Use 1/ ===============================================================================                             :         :         :      2010/11  Projections         Item                : 2008/09 : 2009/10 :==============================                             :         :   Est.  :         May            June =============================================================================== Area                        :               Million acres  Planted                    :   63.2       59.1          53.8 *          53.8 *  Harvested                  :   55.7       49.9          47.1 *          47.1 * Yield per harvested         :                   Bushels     acre                    :   44.9       44.4          43.4 *          43.9 *                             :             Million bushels Beginning stocks            :    306        657           950             930 Production                  :  2,499      2,216         2,043           2,067 Imports                     :    127        115           110             110   Supply, total             :  2,932      2,988         3,103           3,107 Food                        :    927        920           940             940 Seed                        :     75         73            76              76 Feed and residual           :    258        180           190             200   Domestic, total           :  1,260      1,173         1,206           1,216 Exports                     :  1,015        885           900             900   Use, total                :  2,275      2,058         2,106           2,116 Ending stocks               :    657        930           997             991   CCC inventory             :      0          0   Free stocks               :    657        930     Outstanding loans       :     27         51 Avg. farm price ($/bu) 2/   :   6.78       4.85    4.10- 5.10      4.00- 4.80 ===============================================================================                                                     U.S. Wheat by Class: Supply and Use ===============================================================================    Year beginning           :  Hard  :   Hard  :  Soft  :       :       :             June 1                 : Winter :  Spring :  Red   : White : Durum : Total  =============================================================================== 2009/10 (estimated)         :                Million bushels Beginning stocks            :    254       142     171       64      25     657 Production                  :    919       548     404      237     109   2,216   Supply, total 3/          :  1,174       728     604      311     171   2,988 Domestic use                :    435       268     287       99      84   1,173 Exports                     :    375       210     110      150      40     885   Use, total                :    810       478     397      249     124   2,058   Ending stocks        Jun  :    365       250     206       62      47     930                        May  :    380       250     211       62      47     950 =============================================================================== Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.  1/ Marketing year beginning June 1.  2/ Marketing-year weighted average price received by farmers. 3/ Includes imports.  * Planted acres reported in the March 31, 2010, "Prospective Plantings."  Harvested acres and yield for other spring wheat and durum are projected using 10-year harvested-to-planted ratios by state and 1985-2008 yield trends by state (except Idaho durum).  For May, winter wheat harvested acres and yield reported in the May 11, 2010,"Crop Production."  For June, winter wheat harvested acres and yield reported in the June 10, 2010, "Crop Production."   ****************************************************************************** *                                                                            * *                                                                            * *       Wheat-by-class projections for 2010/11 will first be published       * *                        in the July 9, 2010, WASDE.                         * *                                                                            * *                                                                            * ******************************************************************************                                       WASDE-483-12                    June 2010                    U.S. Feed Grain and Corn Supply and Use 1/ ===============================================================================                             :         :         :      2010/11  Projections         Item                : 2008/09 : 2009/10 :==============================                             :         :   Est.  :         May            June =============================================================================== FEED GRAINS                 : Area                        :               Million acres  Planted                    :  101.8      100.1         101.8 *         101.8 *  Harvested                  :   91.0       89.6          91.4 *          91.4 * Yield per harvested         :                Metric tons      acre                   :   3.58       3.90          3.88            3.88                             :             Million metric tons Beginning stocks            :   45.1       47.0          49.0            45.3 Production                  :  325.7      349.0         354.1           354.1 Imports                     :    3.0        2.3           2.4             2.4   Supply, total             :  373.7      398.4         405.5           401.8 Feed and residual           :  141.4      142.3         141.8           141.7 Food, seed & industrial     :  134.0      156.8         158.4           161.2   Domestic, total           :  275.5      299.1         300.2           302.9 Exports                     :   51.2       54.0          54.6            54.6   Use, total                :  326.6      353.1         354.8           357.5 Ending stocks, total        :   47.0       45.3          50.6            44.3   CCC inventory             :    0.0        0.0   Free stocks               :   47.0       45.3     Outstanding loans       :    4.4        4.6                             : CORN                        : Area                        :               Million acres  Planted                    :   86.0       86.5          88.8 *          88.8 *  Harvested                  :   78.6       79.6          81.8 *          81.8 * Yield per harvested         :                  Bushels     acre                    :  153.9      164.7         163.5 *         163.5 *                             :               Million bushels Beginning stocks            :  1,624      1,673         1,738           1,603 Production                  : 12,092     13,110        13,370          13,370 Imports                     :     14         10            10              10   Supply, total             : 13,729     14,793        15,118          14,983 Feed and residual           :  5,205      5,350         5,350           5,350 Food, seed & industrial     :  4,993      5,890         5,950           6,060  Ethanol for fuel 2/        :  3,677      4,550         4,600           4,700   Domestic, total           : 10,198     11,240        11,300          11,410 Exports                     :  1,858      1,950         2,000           2,000   Use, total                : 12,056     13,190        13,300          13,410 Ending stocks, total        :  1,673      1,603         1,818           1,573   CCC inventory             :      0          0   Free stocks               :  1,673      1,603     Outstanding loans       :    171        175 Avg. farm price ($/bu) 3/   :   4.06 3.45- 3.65    3.20- 3.80      3.30- 3.90 =============================================================================== Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.  1/ Marketing year beginning September 1 for corn and sorghum; June 1 for barley and oats.  2/ For a further breakout of food, seed, & industrial corn use, see the ERS Feed Outlook table 5 or Feed Grains Database at "www.ers.usda.gov/data/feedgrains". 3/ Marketing-year weighted average price received by farmers.  * Planted acres reported in the March 31, 2010, "Prospective Plantings."  For corn, harvested acres projected based on historical abandonment and derived demand for silage.  Projected corn yield based on the simple linear trend of the national average yield for 1990-2009 adjusted for 2010 planting progress.                                      WASDE-483-13                    June 2010                  U.S. Sorghum, Barley and Oats Supply and Use 1/ ===============================================================================                             :         :         :      2010/11  Projections          Item               : 2008/09 : 2009/10 :==============================                             :         :   Est.  :         May            June ===============================================================================                             :               Million bushels SORGHUM                     : Area planted (mil. acres)   :    8.3        6.6           6.4 *           6.4 * Area harv. (mil. acres)     :    7.3        5.5           5.4 *           5.4 * Yield (bushels/acre)        :   65.0       69.4          65.9 *          65.9 * Beginning stocks            :     53         55            43              33 Production                  :    472        383           355             355 Imports                     :      0          0             0               0    Supply, total            :    525        438           398             388 Feed and residual           :    232        135           115             110 Food, seed & industrial     :     95        100           100             100    Total domestic           :    327        235           215             210 Exports                     :    143        170           140             140    Use, total               :    471        405           355             350 Ending stocks, total        :     55         33            43              38 Avg. farm price ($/bu) 2/   :   3.20 3.05- 3.25    2.90- 3.50      3.00- 3.60                             : BARLEY                      : Area planted (mil. acres)   :    4.2        3.6           3.3 *           3.3 * Area harv. (mil. acres)     :    3.8        3.1           2.8 *           2.8 * Yield (bushels/acre)        :   63.6       73.0          66.9 *          66.9 * Beginning stocks            :     68         89           116             113 Production                  :    240        227           190             190 Imports                     :     29         17            20              20    Supply, total            :    337        333           326             323 Feed and residual           :     67         50            50              50 Food, seed & industrial     :    169        165           165             165    Total domestic           :    236        215           215             215 Exports                     :     13          5            10              10    Use, total               :    249        220           225             225 Ending stocks, total        :     89        113           101              98 Avg. farm price ($/bu) 2/   :   5.37       4.65    3.30- 3.90      3.35- 3.95                             : OATS                        : Area planted (mil. acres)   :    3.2        3.4           3.4 *           3.4 * Area harv. (mil. acres)     :    1.4        1.4           1.4 *           1.4 * Yield (bushels/acre)        :   63.7       67.5          65.5 *          65.5 * Beginning stocks            :     67         84            84              87 Production                  :     89         93            90              90 Imports                     :    115         98           100             100    Supply, total            :    270        275           274             277 Feed and residual           :    108        110           115             115 Food, seed & industrial     :     75         75            76              76    Total domestic           :    183        185           191             191 Exports                     :      3          3             3               3    Use, total               :    186        188           194             194 Ending stocks, total        :     84         87            80              83 Avg. farm price ($/bu) 2/   :   3.15       2.02    1.80- 2.40      1.85- 2.45 =============================================================================== Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.  1/ Marketing year beginning September 1 for sorghum, June 1 for barley and oats. 2/ Marketing-year weighted average price received by farmers.  * Planted acres reported in the March 31, 2010, "Prospective Plantings."  Harvested area - For sorghum, barley, and oats  harvested acres are based on the 5-year average harvested-to-planted ratio, 2005-2009.  Yield - For sorghum the projected yield is derived from the 2000-2009 average yield, excluding 2002 and 2003, adjusted for rounding in production.  For barley and oats the projected yield is derived from the 1960-2008 trend adjusted for rounding in production.                                       WASDE-483-14                    June 2010                             U.S. Rice Supply and Use 1/                  (Rough Equivalent of Rough and Milled Rice) ===============================================================================                             :         :         :      2010/11  Projections         Item                : 2008/09 : 2009/10 :==============================                             :         :   Est.  :         May            June =============================================================================== TOTAL                       : Area                        :               Million acres  Planted                    :   3.00       3.14          3.41 *          3.41 *  Harvested                  :   2.98       3.10          3.39 *          3.39 * Yield per harvested         :                    Pounds    acre                     :  6,846      7,085         7,202 *         7,202 *                             :                             :            Million hundredweight  Beginning stocks 2/        :   29.6       30.6          30.4            28.4  Production                 :  203.7      219.9         244.0           244.0  Imports                    :   19.2       20.0          22.0            21.0    Supply, total            :  252.6      270.4         296.4           293.4  Domestic & residual 3/     :  126.2      137.0         138.0           139.0  Exports, total 4/          :   95.9      105.0         107.0           109.0   Rough                     :   31.8       42.0          43.0            45.0   Milled (rough equiv.)     :   64.1       63.0          64.0            64.0    Use, total               :  222.0      242.0         245.0           248.0  Ending stocks              :   30.6       28.4          51.4            45.4  Avg. milling yield (%) 5/  :  69.25      69.36         68.86           68.86  Avg. farm price ($/cwt) 6/ :  16.80 14.05-14.25  11.15-12.15     10.95-11.95                             : LONG GRAIN                  :  Harvested acres (mil.)     :   2.35       2.27  Yield (pounds/acre)        :  6,522      6,743  Beginning stocks           :   19.1       20.1          14.8            14.3  Production                 :  153.3      152.7         177.0           177.0    Supply, total 7/         :  188.2      190.3         210.3           209.3  Domestic & Residual 3/     :   99.2      104.0         106.0           106.0  Exports 8/                 :   69.0       72.0          76.0            78.0    Use, total               :  168.2      176.0         182.0           184.0  Ending stocks              :   20.1       14.3          28.3            25.3  Avg. farm price ($/cwt) 6/ :  14.90 12.85-13.05  10.00-11.00      9.75-10.75                             : MEDIUM & SHORT GRAIN        :  Harvested acres (mil.)     :   0.63       0.84  Yield (pounds/acre)        :  8,063      8,010  Beginning stocks           :    9.1        8.0          13.2            11.7  Production                 :   50.5       67.1          67.0            67.0    Supply, total 7/         :   61.9       77.7          83.7            81.7  Domestic & Residual 3/     :   27.0       33.0          32.0            33.0  Exports 8/                 :   26.9       33.0          31.0            31.0    Use, total               :   53.9       66.0          63.0            64.0  Ending stocks              :    8.0       11.7          20.7            17.7  Avg. farm price ($/cwt) 6/ :  24.80 17.75-17.95  14.50-15.50     14.50-15.50 =============================================================================== Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.  1/ Marketing year beginning August 1.  2/ Includes the following quantities of broken kernel rice (type undetermined) not included in estimates of beginning stocks by type (in mil. cwt): 2008/09-1.4; 2009/10-2.4; 2010/11-2.4. 3/ Residual includes unreported use, processing losses, and estimating errors.  Use by type may not add to total rice use because of the difference in brokens between beginning and ending stocks.  4/ Includes rough rice and milled rice exports.  Milled rice exports are converted to an equivalent rough basis.  5/ Expressed as a percent-- the national average milling yield calculated by the Farm Service Agency (FSA) from warehouse stored loan data for long, medium, and short grain  rice. The 2010/11 milling yield is calculated using the previous five-year average, which are annually weighted by production of each rice class. 6/ Marketing-year weighted average price received by farmers. 7/ Includes imports. 8/ Exports by type of rice are estimated. * Planted acres reported in March 31, 2010, "Prospective Plantings."  Harvested acres are estimated using the average harvested-to-planted ratios by State and rice class, 2005-2009.  Projected yield is derived from the trend yields by rice class for the period, 1990-2009.                                       WASDE-483-15                    June 2010           U.S. Soybeans and Products Supply and Use (Domestic Measure) 1/ ===============================================================================                            :         :         :      2010/11  Projections         Item               : 2008/09 : 2009/10 :===============================                            :         :   Est.  :         May            June =============================================================================== SOYBEANS:                  :               Million acres Area                       :                               Planted                  :   75.7       77.5          78.1 *          78.1 *   Harvested                :   74.7       76.4          77.1 *          77.1 *                            :                            :                   Bushels Yield per harvested        :     acre                   :   39.7       44.0          42.9 *          42.9 *                            :                            :             Million bushels                            : Beginning stocks           :    205        138           190             185 Production                 :  2,967      3,359         3,310           3,310 Imports                    :     13         15            10              10   Supply, total            :  3,185      3,512         3,510           3,505 Crushings                  :  1,662      1,740         1,640           1,640 Exports                    :  1,283      1,455         1,350           1,350 Seed                       :     90         91            88              88 Residual                   :     12         42            66              66   Use, total               :  3,047      3,328         3,144           3,144 Ending stocks              :    138        185           365             360 Avg. farm price ($/bu) 2/  :   9.97       9.50    8.00- 9.50     8.00 - 9.50                            :                            :                            :               Million pounds SOYBEAN OIL:               : Beginning stocks           :  2,485      2,742         2,837           2,842 Production                 : 18,746     19,445 3/     18,695          18,695 Imports                    :     90        105           115             115   Supply, total            : 21,321     22,292        21,647          21,652 Domestic                   : 16,385     16,200        16,700          16,700   For methyl ester         :  1,907      2,200         2,900           2,900 Exports                    :  2,193      3,250         2,200           2,200   Use, total               : 18,578     19,450        18,900          18,900 Ending stocks              :  2,742      2,842         2,747           2,752 Average price (c/lb) 2/    :  32.16      36.00         34.00-          34.00-                            :                            38.00           38.00                            :                            :           Thousand short tons SOYBEAN MEAL:              : Beginning stocks           :    294        235           300             300 Production                 : 39,104     41,225 3/     39,035          39,035 Imports                    :     88        140           165             165   Supply, total            : 39,486     41,600        39,500          39,500 Domestic                   : 30,743     29,800        30,400          30,300 Exports                    :  8,508     11,500         8,800           8,900   Use, total               : 39,251     41,300        39,200          39,200 Ending stocks              :    235        300           300             300 Average price ($/s.t.) 2/  : 331.17     295.00        230.00-         230.00-                            :                           270.00          270.00 =============================================================================== Note: Reliability calculations at end of report.   1/ Marketing year beginning September 1 for soybeans; October 1 for soybean oil and meal.  2/ Prices: soybeans, marketing year weighted average price received  by farmers; for oil, simple average of crude soybean oil, Decatur; for meal, simple average of 48 percent, Decatur.  3/ Based on October year crush estimate of 1,750 million bushels.  *Planted acres are reported in the March 31 Prospective Plantings report.  Harvested acres based on 5-year average planted  to harvested ratios by state.  Projected yield based on 1989-2009 regional trend analysis.                                      WASDE-483-16                June 2010                        U.S. Sugar Supply and Use 1/ ======================================================================                         :           :          :  2010/11 Projection       Item              : 2008/09   : 2009/10  :======================                         :           :   Est.   :    May       June ======================================================================                         :           1,000 short tons, raw value                     : Beginning stocks        :   1,660       1,499      1,230      1,150  Production 2/           :   7,532       7,847      8,165      8,165      Beet sugar            :   4,214       4,500      4,630      4,630      Cane sugar            :   3,318       3,347      3,535      3,535        Florida              :   1,577       1,630      1,785      1,785       Hawaii               :     192         136        135        135       Louisiana            :   1,397       1,465      1,465      1,465       Texas                :     152         116        150        150  Imports                 :   3,082       2,569      2,084      2,084       TRQ 3/                :   1,370       1,554      1,224      1,224      Other program 4/      :     308         400        300        300     Other 5/              :   1,404         615        560        560        Mexico              :   1,402         540        550        550         Total supply       :  12,274      11,915     11,479     11,399                            : Exports                 :     136         200        150        150   Deliveries              :  10,639      10,565     10,485     10,485       Food 6/               :  10,473      10,355     10,300     10,300      Other 7/              :     166         210        185        185    Miscellaneous           :       0           0          0          0          Total use          :  10,775      10,765     10,635     10,635   Ending stocks           :   1,499       1,150        844        764                                     : Stocks to use ratio     :    13.9        10.7        7.9        7.2    ====================================================================== 1/ Fiscal years beginning Oct 1.  Includes Puerto Rico.  Historical data are from FSA,  "Sweetener Market Data" except imports (U.S. Customs Service, Census Bureau). 2/  Production projections for 2010/11 are based on March 31 Prospective Plantings and  trend yields. 3/ For 2010/11, includes only U.S. commitments under current trade  agreements, minus shortfall of 160,000 tons.  The Secretary will establish the actual  level of the TRQ at a later date.  4/ Includes sugar under the re-export and polyhydric  alcohol programs.  5/ For 2008/09, other high-tier (0) and other (0).  For 2009/10,  other high-tier (75) and other (0).  For 2010/11, other high-tier (10) and other (0).  6/Combines SMD deliveries for domestic human food use, SMD miscellaneous uses, and the  difference between SMD imports and WASDE imports.  7/ Transfers to sugar-containing  products for reexport, and for nonedible alcohol and feed.       Mexico Sugar Supply and Use and High Fructose Corn Syrup Imports 1/ ==========================================================================             :               Supply            :        Use       :                 Fiscal   :====================================================: Ending     year    : Beginning : Production: Imports : Domestic: Exports: stocks             :  stocks   :           :         :    2/     :      : ==========================================================================                            1,000 metric tons, raw value Sugar 2009/10 est.         May        488        4,900      970       5,000      490      868         Jun        488        5,085      955       5,170      490      868 2010/11 proj.         May        868        5,450      150       4,950      500    1,018         Jun        868        5,450      150       4,950      500    1,018 ========================================================================== 1/ U.S. HFCS exports to Mexico (metric tons, dry-weight basis): Oct-Sep 2008/09 = 297,231;  Oct-Mar 2008/09 = 128,427; Oct-Mar 2009/10 = 412,595.  Footnote source: U.S. Census Bureau.   2/Includes domestic consumption and Mexico's products export program (IMMEX).                                      WASDE-483-17                    June 2010                             U. S. Cotton Supply and Use 1/ ===============================================================================                            :         :         :      2010/11  Projections         Item               : 2008/09 : 2009/10 :===============================                            :         :   Est.  :         May            June ===============================================================================                            :               Million acres Area                       :                               Planted                  :   9.47       9.15         10.51 *         10.51 *   Harvested                :   7.57       7.53          9.83 *          9.83 *                            :                            :                   Pounds  Yield per harvested        :     acre                   :    813        777           815 *           815 *                            :                            :             Million 480 pound bales                            : Beginning stocks 2/        :  10.05       6.34          3.10            2.90 Production                 :  12.82      12.19         16.70           16.70 Imports                    :   0.00       0.01          0.00            0.00   Supply, total            :  22.87      18.53         19.80           19.60 Domestic use               :   3.59       3.40          3.30            3.30 Exports                    :  13.28      12.25         13.50           13.50   Use, total               :  16.86      15.65         16.80           16.80 Unaccounted 3/             :  -0.33      -0.02          0.00            0.00 Ending stocks              :   6.34       2.90          3.00            2.80                            : Avg. farm price 4/         :   47.8  61.5-63.5     60.0-74.0       60.0-74.0 =============================================================================== Note: Reliability calculations at end of report. 1/ Upland and extra-long staple; marketing year beginning August 1.  Totals may not add due to rounding.  2/ Based on Bureau of Census data.  3/ Reflects the difference between the previous season's supply less total use and ending stocks based on Bureau of Census data.  4/ Upland cotton marketing year weighted average price received by farmers in cents per pound.  *Planted area  as reported in March 31 "Prospective Plantings."  Projected harvested area based on 2000-2009 average abandonment, weighted by region and adjusted to reflect unusually  favorable soil moisture conditions in the Southwest.  Projected yield per harvested acre  based on 2005-2009 average yields, weighted by region.                                      WASDE-483-18                    June 2010                            World Wheat Supply and Use 1/                              (Million Metric Tons) ===============================================================================                       :          Supply         :           Use         :                       :=========================:=======================:Ending         Region        :         :       :       :  Domestic 2/  :       :stocks                       :Beginning:Produc-:       :===============:       :                       :  stocks : tion  :Imports: Feed : Total  :Exports: ===============================================================================                       :                       :                      2008/09                       : World 3/              :  124.42  683.15  136.86  118.51  642.52  143.42  165.05 United States         :    8.32   68.02    3.46    7.03   34.29   27.64   17.87 Total foreign         :  116.09  615.14  133.40  111.48  608.23  115.78  147.18   Major exporters 4/  :   22.75  211.14    8.26   68.07  147.70   65.64   28.80    Argentina          :    2.35   10.10    0.03    0.03    5.33    6.77    0.39    Australia          :    3.65   21.42    0.11    3.75    6.85   14.75    3.59    Canada             :    4.41   28.61    0.38    3.30    8.03   18.81    6.56    EU-27 5/           :   12.34  151.00    7.74   61.00  127.50   25.32   18.27   Major importers 6/  :   63.35  171.94   74.39   14.97  231.35    6.44   71.89    Brazil             :    0.34    5.88    6.40    0.20   10.70    0.40    1.53    China              :   38.96  112.46    0.48    8.00  105.50    0.72   45.69    Select. Mideast 7/ :    6.53   13.40   20.45    1.85   31.10    0.87    8.41    N. Africa 8/       :    9.48   14.35   23.48    2.70   37.56    0.25    9.50    Pakistan           :    3.48   20.96    3.13    0.40   22.80    2.10    2.66    Southeast Asia 9/  :    2.66    0.00   11.96    1.32   11.74    0.42    2.46   Selected other      :    India              :    5.80   78.57    0.01    0.10   70.92    0.02   13.43    FSU-12             :   12.43  115.46    6.54   24.65   76.42   37.76   20.25     Russia            :    3.87   63.70    0.20   16.20   38.90   18.39   10.48     Kazakhstan        :    2.45   12.55    0.11    2.70    7.53    5.70    1.88     Ukraine           :    2.07   25.90    0.07    2.90   11.90   13.04    3.11                       :                       :                 2009/10 (Estimated)                       : World 3/              :  165.05  680.04  128.01  118.65  652.18  128.88  192.90 United States         :   17.87   60.31    3.13    4.90   31.93   24.09   25.30 Total foreign         :  147.18  619.72  124.88  113.76  620.26  104.79  167.60   Major exporters 4/  :   28.80  197.48    6.51   65.73  146.12   57.50   29.16    Argentina          :    0.39    9.60    0.01    0.03    4.93    4.00    1.07    Australia          :    3.59   22.50    0.10    4.00    7.10   14.50    4.59    Canada             :    6.56   26.50    0.40    3.70    8.60   18.00    6.86    EU-27 5/           :   18.27  138.88    6.00   58.00  125.50   21.00   16.65   Major importers 6/  :   71.89  183.52   66.15   15.44  233.90    5.33   82.33    Brazil             :    1.53    4.94    6.50    0.20   10.80    1.50    0.67    China              :   45.69  114.50    1.30    8.00  105.00    0.85   55.64    Select. Mideast 7/ :    8.41   14.84   17.35    1.70   31.64    0.74    8.22    N. Africa 8/       :    9.50   20.23   19.85    2.95   38.98    0.24   10.38    Pakistan           :    2.66   24.03    0.20    0.40   23.20    0.30    3.40    Southeast Asia 9/  :    2.46    0.00   12.75    1.64   12.44    0.41    2.37   Selected other      :    India              :   13.43   80.68    0.30    0.10   78.21    0.10   16.10    FSU-12             :   20.25  113.78    5.55   27.73   80.76   35.05   23.77     Russia            :   10.48   61.70    0.15   19.00   42.00   17.50   12.83     Kazakhstan        :    1.88   17.00    0.08    2.70    7.55    7.50    3.91     Ukraine           :    3.11   20.90    0.05    3.30   12.60    9.20    2.26 =============================================================================== 1/ Aggregate of local marketing years.  2/ Total foreign and world use adjusted to reflect the differences in world imports and exports.  3/ World imports and exports may not balance due to differences in marketing years, grain in transit, and reporting discrepancies in some countries. 4/ Argentina, Australia, Canada, and the EU-27. 5/ Trade excludes intra-trade. 6/ Brazil, China, Japan, Mexico, N. Africa, Pakistan, selected Middle East, and Southeast Asia. 7/ Lebanon, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, United Arab Emirates, and Oman. 8/ Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia. 9/ Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.                                       WASDE-483-19                    June 2010                      World Wheat Supply and Use 1/ (Cont'd.)                              (Million Metric Tons) ===============================================================================                       :          Supply         :           Use         :                       :=========================:=======================:Ending         Region        :         :       :       :  Domestic 2/  :       :stocks                       :Beginning:Produc-:       :===============:       :                       :  stocks : tion  :Imports: Feed : Total  :Exports: ===============================================================================                       :                       :                 2010/11 (Projected) World 3/              :              May      :  193.37  672.18  125.65  122.80  667.46  129.18  198.09             June      :  192.90  668.52  127.65  122.34  667.49  131.36  193.93 United States         :              May      :   25.84   55.61    2.99    5.17   32.82   24.49   27.13             June      :   25.30   56.26    2.99    5.44   33.10   24.49   26.97 Total foreign         :              May      :  167.53  616.57  122.66  117.62  634.64  104.68  170.96             June      :  167.60  612.26  124.66  116.90  634.39  106.86  166.97   Major exporters 4/  :              May      :   30.16  203.57    6.51   66.70  149.45   60.50   30.29             June      :   29.16  201.47    6.51   65.70  148.45   61.00   27.68    Argentina      May :    1.07   12.00    0.01    0.10    5.10    7.00    0.97                   Jun :    1.07   12.00    0.01    0.10    5.10    7.00    0.97    Australia      May :    4.59   22.00    0.10    4.10    7.25   14.00    5.44                   Jun :    4.59   22.00    0.10    4.10    7.25   14.50    4.94    Canada         May :    6.86   24.50    0.40    3.50    8.60   17.50    5.66                   Jun :    6.86   24.50    0.40    3.50    8.60   17.50    5.66    EU-27 5/       May :   17.65  145.07    6.00   59.00  128.50   22.00   18.22                   Jun :   16.65  142.97    6.00   58.00  127.50   22.00   16.12   Major importers 6/  :              May      :   82.07  180.62   66.12   15.09  236.26    4.70   87.85             June      :   82.33  180.89   65.73   15.61  236.64    4.62   87.69    Brazil         May :    0.97    5.50    6.30    0.30   11.10    0.60    1.07                   Jun :    0.67    5.50    6.30    0.20   10.90    0.60    0.97    China          May :   55.44  112.00    0.90    7.00  103.80    0.85   63.69                   Jun :   55.64  112.00    0.90    8.00  104.80    0.85   62.89    Sel. Mideast 7/May :    8.38   17.58   15.38    2.35   33.16    0.71    7.46                   Jun :    8.22   17.55   14.98    1.90   32.65    0.71    7.38    N. Africa 8/   May :   10.08   17.85   21.50    2.85   39.85    0.24    9.34                   Jun :   10.38   18.05   21.50    2.85   39.85    0.24    9.84    Pakistan       May :    3.50   22.50    0.30    0.40   23.60    0.30    2.40                   Jun :    3.40   22.60    0.30    0.40   23.60    0.30    2.40    SE Asia 9/     May :    2.25    0.00   13.45    1.64   12.86    0.41    2.43                   Jun :    2.37    0.00   13.45    1.71   12.94    0.43    2.46   Selected other      :    India          May :   16.10   80.00    0.30    0.10   80.01    0.10   16.29                   Jun :   16.10   80.00    0.30    0.10   80.01    0.40   15.99    FSU-12         May :   23.72  108.12    6.13   31.18   84.57   32.65   20.76                   Jun :   23.77  108.12    6.23   31.18   84.57   34.15   19.41     Russia        May :   12.83   58.00    0.15   22.00   45.20   17.50    8.28                   Jun :   12.83   57.50    0.15   22.00   45.20   17.50    7.78     Kazakhstan    May :    3.91   17.00    0.08    2.90    7.85    7.50    5.63                   Jun :    3.91   17.00    0.08    2.90    7.85    8.50    4.63     Ukraine       May :    2.26   19.50    0.05    3.60   12.60    7.00    2.21                   Jun :    2.26   20.00    0.05    3.60   12.60    7.50    2.21 =============================================================================== 1/ Aggregate of local marketing years.  2/ Total foreign and world use adjusted to reflect the differences in world imports and exports.  3/ World imports and exports may not balance due to differences in marketing years, grain in transit, and reporting discrepancies in some countries. 4/ Argentina, Australia, Canada, and the EU-27. 5/ Trade excludes intra-trade. 6/ Brazil, China, Japan, Mexico, N. Africa, Pakistan, selected Middle East, and Southeast Asia. 7/ Lebanon, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, United Arab Emirates, and Oman. 8/ Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia. 9/ Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.                                       WASDE-483-20                    June 2010                         World Coarse Grain Supply and Use 1/                              (Million Metric Tons) ===============================================================================                       :          Supply         :           Use         :                       :=========================:=======================:Ending         Region        :         :       :       :  Domestic 2/  :       :stocks                       :Beginning:Produc-:       :===============:       :                       :  stocks : tion  :Imports: Feed : Total  :Exports: ===============================================================================                       :                       :                      2008/09                       : World 3/              :  163.73 1109.68  110.41  646.39 1079.55  113.24  193.85 United States         :   45.06  325.87    3.05  141.50  275.75   51.17   47.06 Total foreign         :  118.67  783.81  107.35  504.89  803.81   62.07  146.79   Major exporters 4/  :   13.21   71.67    2.10   32.77   49.44   22.48   15.07    Argentina          :    3.27   19.13    0.04    5.79    8.75   12.45    1.24    Australia          :    2.67   12.27    0.00    5.89    7.25    4.41    3.29    Canada             :    4.01   27.18    1.90   16.63   22.87    3.87    6.36   Major importers 5/  :   35.05  244.05   82.52  234.41  311.37    6.72   43.54    EU-27 6/           :   12.77  161.57    3.41  114.05  151.80    5.55   20.40    Japan              :    1.71    0.22   19.61   15.05   19.97    0.00    1.57    Mexico             :    4.74   32.25   10.47   25.24   42.06    0.16    5.24    N. Afr & Mideast 7/:    6.97   24.70   23.22   39.59   46.92    0.23    7.75    Saudi Arabia       :    2.81    0.27    8.69    9.13    9.35    0.01    2.41    Southeast Asia 8/  :    3.19   24.63    5.21   20.36   28.27    0.77    4.00    South Korea        :    2.12    0.36    7.25    6.41    8.21    0.00    1.52   Selected other      :    Brazil             :   12.87   53.62    1.60   40.75   48.53    7.15   12.41    China              :   40.43  172.66    1.65  107.83  160.32    0.22   54.19    FSU-12             :    4.44   78.46    0.65   41.20   57.84   17.10    8.61     Russia            :    1.59   40.70    0.11   21.90   32.80    4.79    4.80     Ukraine           :    1.59   26.22    0.02   10.33   13.70   11.88    2.25                       :                       :                 2009/10 (Estimated)                       : World 3/              :  193.85 1103.71  107.05  648.02 1104.70  111.98  192.86 United States         :   47.06  349.22    2.44  142.34  299.41   54.01   45.29 Total foreign         :  146.79  754.49  104.61  505.68  805.29   57.97  147.56   Major exporters 4/  :   15.07   76.74    2.25   34.93   52.37   25.16   16.54    Argentina          :    1.24   28.28    0.03    7.91   10.97   14.81    3.77    Australia          :    3.29   11.57    0.00    5.64    7.11    4.39    3.36    Canada             :    6.36   22.37    2.07   16.31   22.67    3.43    4.70   Major importers 5/  :   43.54  236.20   79.47  231.36  308.92    5.17   45.12    EU-27 6/           :   20.40  151.36    2.69  110.58  148.28    2.51   23.66    Japan              :    1.57    0.18   19.58   14.86   19.78    0.00    1.56    Mexico             :    5.24   28.45   10.75   24.93   41.70    0.15    2.59    N. Afr & Mideast 7/:    7.75   31.48   20.15   40.64   48.33    1.23    9.82    Saudi Arabia       :    2.41    0.27    9.11    9.13    9.33    0.00    2.46    Southeast Asia 8/  :    4.00   24.08    4.61   20.44   28.44    1.29    2.95    South Korea        :    1.52    0.34    7.84    6.14    8.19    0.00    1.50   Selected other      :    Brazil             :   12.41   55.51    0.81   41.78   49.40    7.53   11.79    China              :   54.19  161.35    2.66  109.65  164.25    0.22   53.73    FSU-12             :    8.61   67.86    0.51   39.78   55.82   13.99    7.18     Russia            :    4.80   31.82    0.20   20.72   31.19    2.42    3.21     Ukraine           :    2.25   24.12    0.02   10.10   13.27   11.02    2.10 =============================================================================== 1/ Aggregate of local marketing years. Coarse grains include corn, sorghum, barley, oats, rye, millet, and mixed grains (for U.S. excludes millet and mixed grains).  2/ Total foreign and world use adjusted to reflect the differences in world imports and exports. 3/ World imports and exports may not balance due to differences in marketing years, grain in transit, and reporting discrepancies in some countries. 4/ Argentina, Australia, Canada, and South Africa. 5/ The EU-27, Mexico, Japan, selected North Africa and Middle East, South Korea, Southeast Asia, and Taiwan. 6/ Trade excludes intra-trade. 7/ Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, and Turkey. 8/ Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.                                      WASDE-483-21                    June 2010                     World Coarse Grain Supply and Use 1/ (Cont'd.)                              (Million Metric Tons) ===============================================================================                       :          Supply         :           Use         :                       :=========================:=======================:Ending         Region        :         :       :       :  Domestic 2/  :       :stocks                       :Beginning:Produc-:       :===============:       :                       :  stocks : tion  :Imports: Feed : Total  :Exports: ===============================================================================                       :                       :                 2010/11 (Projected) World 3/              :              May      :  196.70 1129.77  109.79  657.58 1124.96  112.83  201.50             June      :  192.86 1128.36  110.79  658.92 1129.30  114.23  191.93 United States         :              May      :   49.00  354.25    2.54  141.90  300.51   54.63   50.65             June      :   45.29  354.25    2.54  141.78  303.18   54.63   44.27 Total foreign         :              May      :  147.70  775.52  107.25  515.68  824.45   58.20  150.85             June      :  147.56  774.12  108.25  517.15  826.12   59.60  147.65   Major exporters 4/  :              May      :   15.78   75.18    2.73   35.04   52.89   25.38   15.41             June      :   16.54   75.18    2.73   35.04   52.89   26.38   15.17    Argentina      May :    3.31   27.08    0.03    8.02   11.18   15.21    4.03                   Jun :    3.77   27.08    0.03    8.02   11.18   16.21    3.49    Australia      May :    3.36   10.97    0.00    5.64    7.17    4.16    3.00                   Jun :    3.36   10.97    0.00    5.64    7.17    4.16    3.00    Canada         May :    4.70   24.11    2.57   16.32   22.90    3.48    4.99                   Jun :    4.70   24.11    2.57   16.32   22.90    3.48    4.99   Major importers 5/  :              May      :   45.28  238.72   82.61  237.37  316.35    5.41   44.86             June      :   45.12  236.20   83.61  238.47  317.45    5.41   42.07    EU-27 6/       May :   23.66  149.79    2.72  111.65  150.16    3.71   22.31                   Jun :   23.66  147.57    2.72  112.55  151.05    3.71   19.19    Japan          May :    1.56    0.18   19.38   14.66   19.58    0.00    1.54                   Jun :    1.56    0.18   19.38   14.66   19.58    0.00    1.54    Mexico         May :    2.59   32.43   11.75   25.43   42.40    0.15    4.22                   Jun :    2.59   31.93   12.25   25.43   42.40    0.15    4.22    N Afr/M.East 7/May :    9.82   30.86   20.58   42.88   50.77    0.77    9.72                   Jun :    9.82   31.06   20.58   42.88   50.77    0.77    9.92    Saudi Arabia   May :    2.46    0.27    9.21    9.33    9.53    0.00    2.41                   Jun :    2.46    0.27    9.21    9.33    9.53    0.00    2.41    S.-east Asia 8/May :    3.12   24.77    5.51   21.84   29.94    0.79    2.66                   Jun :    2.95   24.77    6.01   22.04   30.14    0.79    2.80    South Korea    May :    1.50    0.34    8.64    6.84    9.02    0.00    1.46                   Jun :    1.50    0.34    8.64    6.84    9.02    0.00    1.46   Selected other      :    Brazil         May :   12.29   53.73    1.31   43.58   51.20    7.03    9.09                   Jun :   11.79   53.73    1.31   43.58   51.20    7.03    8.59    China          May :   54.03  173.00    1.65  110.58  167.38    0.27   61.03                   Jun :   53.73  173.00    1.65  110.58  167.38    0.27   60.73    FSU-12         May :    7.13   65.80    0.46   38.64   54.51   12.76    6.13                   Jun :    7.18   66.90    0.46   38.94   54.61   13.26    6.68     Russia        May :    3.16   30.50    0.15   19.40   29.80    2.02    2.00                   Jun :    3.21   30.10    0.15   19.20   29.40    2.02    2.05     Ukraine       May :    2.10   23.45    0.02   10.43   13.50   10.21    1.86                   Jun :    2.10   24.95    0.02   10.93   14.00   10.71    2.36 =============================================================================== 1/ Aggregate of local marketing years. Coarse grains include corn, sorghum, barley, oats, rye, millet, and mixed grains (for U.S. excludes millet and mixed grains).  2/ Total foreign and world use adjusted to reflect the differences in world imports and exports. 3/ World imports and exports may not balance due to differences in marketing years, grain in transit, and reporting discrepancies in some countries. 4/ Argentina, Australia, Canada, and South Africa. 5/ The EU-27, Mexico, Japan, selected North Africa and Middle East, South Korea, Southeast Asia, and Taiwan. 6/ Trade excludes intra-trade. 7/ Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, and Turkey. 8/ Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.                                      WASDE-483-22                    June 2010                             World Corn Supply and Use 1/                              (Million Metric Tons) ===============================================================================                       :          Supply         :           Use         :                       :=========================:=======================:Ending         Region        :         :       :       :  Domestic 2/  :       :stocks                       :Beginning:Produc-:       :===============:       :                       :  stocks : tion  :Imports: Feed : Total  :Exports: ===============================================================================                       :                       :                      2008/09                       : World 3/              :  131.32  798.01   82.45  479.54  781.77   84.67  147.56 United States         :   41.26  307.14    0.34  132.22  259.05   47.18   42.50 Total foreign         :   90.06  490.87   82.10  347.32  522.72   37.48  105.06   Major exporters 4/  :    5.27   27.57    0.06    8.90   16.40   12.02    4.47    Argentina          :    2.18   15.00    0.03    4.50    6.40   10.32    0.49    South Africa       :    3.09   12.57    0.03    4.40   10.00    1.70    3.98   Major importers 5/  :   16.51  118.08   48.99  115.87  162.94    2.67   17.96    Egypt              :    0.85    6.65    5.03    8.70   11.10    0.01    1.41    EU-27 6/           :    4.36   62.51    2.74   47.50   62.00    1.74    5.87    Japan              :    1.16    0.00   16.53   12.10   16.70    0.00    1.00    Mexico             :    4.13   24.23    7.76   16.40   32.40    0.16    3.56    Southeast Asia 7/  :    3.19   24.57    5.20   20.30   28.20    0.76    4.00    South Korea        :    2.08    0.09    7.19    6.37    7.89    0.00    1.47   Selected other      :    Brazil             :   12.58   51.00    1.14   38.50   45.50    7.14   12.08    Canada             :    1.46   10.59    1.84    7.53   11.66    0.37    1.86    China              :   39.39  165.90    0.05  107.00  152.00    0.17   53.17    FSU-12             :    1.14   21.67    0.42   12.92   14.76    6.89    1.58     Ukraine           :    0.67   11.40    0.01    5.10    5.85    5.50    0.73                       :                       :                 2009/10 (Estimated)                       : World 3/              :  147.56  808.80   82.45  481.78  812.96   87.06  143.41 United States         :   42.50  333.01    0.25  135.90  285.51   49.53   40.73 Total foreign         :  105.06  475.79   82.20  345.88  527.45   37.53  102.68   Major exporters 4/  :    4.47   36.50    0.05   10.20   18.10   15.50    7.42    Argentina          :    0.49   22.50    0.03    5.20    7.10   13.00    2.92    South Africa       :    3.98   14.00    0.03    5.00   11.00    2.50    4.51   Major importers 5/  :   17.96  107.80   48.80  110.55  158.25    2.66   13.65    Egypt              :    1.41    6.82    5.00    9.50   11.90    0.00    1.34    EU-27 6/           :    5.87   55.56    2.50   43.50   58.25    1.25    4.43    Japan              :    1.00    0.00   16.30   11.70   16.30    0.00    1.00    Mexico             :    3.56   21.30    8.00   14.80   30.80    0.15    1.91    Southeast Asia 7/  :    4.00   24.02    4.60   20.40   28.40    1.26    2.95    South Korea        :    1.47    0.08    7.80    6.10    7.90    0.00    1.45   Selected other      :    Brazil             :   12.08   53.00    0.50   39.50   46.50    7.50   11.58    Canada             :    1.86    9.56    2.00    7.50   11.80    0.30    1.32    China              :   53.17  155.00    1.00  109.00  156.00    0.15   53.02    FSU-12             :    1.58   17.85    0.33   11.57   13.17    5.38    1.21     Ukraine           :    0.73   10.50    0.01    5.00    5.70    5.00    0.54 =============================================================================== 1/ Aggregate of local marketing years. 2/ Total foreign and world use adjusted to reflect the differences in world imports and exports. 3/ World imports and  exports may not balance due to differences in marketing years, grain in transit, and reporting discrepancies in some countries. 4/ Argentina and South Africa. 5/ Egypt, the EU-27, Mexico, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia. 6/ Trade excludes intra-trade. 7/ Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.                                      WASDE-483-23                    June 2010                         World Corn Supply and Use 1/ (Cont'd.)                              (Million Metric Tons) ===============================================================================                       :          Supply         :           Use         :                       :=========================:=======================:Ending         Region        :         :       :       :  Domestic 2/  :       :stocks                       :Beginning:Produc-:       :===============:       :                       :  stocks : tion  :Imports: Feed : Total  :Exports: ===============================================================================                       :                       :                 2010/11 (Projected) World 3/              :              May      :  147.04  835.03   86.12  492.70  827.87   88.53  154.21             June      :  143.41  835.77   87.12  493.50  831.86   89.93  147.32 United States         :              May      :   44.16  339.61    0.25  135.90  287.03   50.80   46.19             June      :   40.73  339.61    0.25  135.90  289.83   50.80   39.97 Total foreign         :              May      :  102.89  495.42   85.87  356.80  540.83   37.73  108.02             June      :  102.68  496.16   86.87  357.60  542.03   39.13  107.36   Major exporters 4/  :              May      :    6.72   33.50    0.05   10.50   18.50   15.50    6.27             June      :    7.42   33.50    0.05   10.50   18.50   16.50    5.97    Argentina      May :    2.51   21.00    0.03    5.50    7.50   13.00    3.04                   Jun :    2.92   21.00    0.03    5.50    7.50   14.00    2.44    South Africa   May :    4.21   12.50    0.03    5.00   11.00    2.50    3.23                   Jun :    4.51   12.50    0.03    5.00   11.00    2.50    3.53   Major importers 5/  :              May      :   13.81  113.36   52.10  114.15  162.60    2.11   14.57             June      :   13.65  112.56   53.10  114.35  162.80    2.11   14.40    Egypt          May :    1.34    7.00    5.40   10.10   12.60    0.00    1.14                   Jun :    1.34    7.00    5.40   10.10   12.60    0.00    1.14    EU-27 6/       May :    4.43   57.03    2.50   43.50   58.50    1.20    4.25                   Jun :    4.43   56.72    2.50   43.50   58.50    1.20    3.94    Japan          May :    1.00    0.00   16.30   11.70   16.30    0.00    1.00                   Jun :    1.00    0.00   16.30   11.70   16.30    0.00    1.00    Mexico         May :    1.91   24.50    9.10   15.60   31.80    0.15    3.56                   Jun :    1.91   24.00    9.60   15.60   31.80    0.15    3.56    S.-east Asia 7/May :    3.12   24.71    5.50   21.80   29.90    0.76    2.66                   Jun :    2.95   24.71    6.00   22.00   30.10    0.76    2.80    South Korea    May :    1.45    0.08    8.60    6.80    8.70    0.00    1.43                   Jun :    1.45    0.08    8.60    6.80    8.70    0.00    1.43   Selected other      :    Brazil         May :   12.08   51.00    1.00   41.30   48.30    7.00    8.78                   Jun :   11.58   51.00    1.00   41.30   48.30    7.00    8.28    Canada         May :    1.32   10.50    2.50    7.70   12.20    0.30    1.82                   Jun :    1.32   10.50    2.50    7.70   12.20    0.30    1.82    China          May :   53.32  166.00    0.10  110.00  159.00    0.20   60.22                   Jun :   53.02  166.00    0.10  110.00  159.00    0.20   59.92    FSU-12         May :    1.16   20.37    0.28   13.16   14.86    5.26    1.70                   Jun :    1.21   21.87    0.28   13.66   15.36    5.76    2.25     Ukraine       May :    0.54   11.50    0.01    5.40    6.10    5.00    0.95                   Jun :    0.54   13.00    0.01    5.90    6.60    5.50    1.45 =============================================================================== 1/ Aggregate of local marketing years. 2/ Total foreign and world use adjusted to reflect the differences in world imports and exports. 3/ World imports and  exports may not balance due to differences in marketing years, grain in transit, and reporting discrepancies in some countries. 4/ Argentina and South Africa. 5/ Egypt, the EU-27, Mexico, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia. 6/ Trade excludes intra-trade. 7/ Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.                                      WASDE-483-24                    June 2010                      World Rice Supply and Use (Milled Basis) 1/                              (Million Metric Tons) ===============================================================================                       :          Supply         :        Use        :                       :=========================:===================: Ending         Region        :         :       :       :         :         : stocks                       :Beginning:Produc-:       : Total 2/:         :                       :  stocks : tion  :Imports: Domestic: Exports : ===============================================================================                       :                       :                      2008/09 World 3/              :   80.49  447.96   27.12    437.64    28.93    90.81 United States         :    0.92    6.40    0.61      3.96     3.01     0.96 Total foreign         :   79.57  441.56   26.51    433.69    25.92    89.85   Major exporters 4/  :   18.43  150.12    0.80    122.98    19.62    26.75    India              :   13.00   99.18    0.00     91.08     2.10    19.00    Pakistan           :    0.70    6.70    0.00      3.40     3.00     1.00    Thailand           :    2.71   19.85    0.30      9.50     8.57     4.79    Vietnam            :    2.02   24.39    0.50     19.00     5.95     1.96   Major importers 5/  :   14.43   64.48   11.46     74.68     0.74    14.95    Brazil             :    0.97    8.57    0.68      8.53     0.57     1.12    EU-27 6/           :    1.13    1.62    1.34      2.93     0.14     1.02    Indonesia          :    5.61   38.30    0.25     37.09     0.01     7.06    Nigeria            :    0.77    3.20    1.75      5.15     0.00     0.57    Philippines        :    4.42   10.75    2.60     13.65     0.00     4.12    Sel. Mideast 7/    :    1.43    1.67    3.66      5.72     0.02     1.01   Selected other      :    Burma              :    0.59   10.15    0.00      9.65     1.05     0.04    C. Amer & Carib 8/ :    0.39    1.51    1.31      2.93     0.00     0.29    China              :   38.02  134.33    0.34    133.00     0.78    38.90    Egypt              :    0.69    4.40    0.02      4.00     0.45     0.66    Japan              :    2.56    8.03    0.66      8.33     0.20     2.72    Mexico             :    0.19    0.16    0.59      0.76     0.01     0.17    South Korea        :    0.69    4.84    0.25      4.79     0.00     1.00                       :                       :                 2009/10 (Estimated) World 3/              :   90.81  440.57   27.74    441.76    29.67    89.62 United States         :    0.96    6.92    0.64      4.32     3.30     0.89 Total foreign         :   89.85  433.65   27.11    437.45    26.37    88.73   Major exporters 4/  :   26.75  138.61    0.80    121.05    20.75    24.36    India              :   19.00   87.50    0.00     89.30     2.20    15.00    Pakistan           :    1.00    6.50    0.00      3.00     3.30     1.20    Thailand           :    4.79   20.30    0.30      9.60     9.50     6.29    Vietnam            :    1.96   24.31    0.50     19.15     5.75     1.87   Major importers 5/  :   14.95   64.26   11.76     76.15     0.48    14.34    Brazil             :    1.12    7.82    0.95      8.60     0.30     0.99    EU-27 6/           :    1.02    1.98    1.35      3.10     0.14     1.11    Indonesia          :    7.06   38.80    0.25     38.10     0.02     7.99    Nigeria            :    0.57    3.40    1.80      5.30     0.00     0.47    Philippines        :    4.12    9.76    2.60     13.61     0.00     2.86    Sel. Mideast 7/    :    1.01    2.07    3.55      5.74     0.02     0.87   Selected other      :    Burma              :    0.04   10.60    0.00     10.00     0.60     0.04    C. Amer & Carib 8/ :    0.29    1.53    1.53      3.05     0.00     0.30    China              :   38.90  137.00    0.30    134.50     0.85    40.85    Egypt              :    0.66    4.30    0.04      4.00     0.50     0.49    Japan              :    2.72    7.71    0.70      8.20     0.20     2.73    Mexico             :    0.17    0.18    0.60      0.77     0.01     0.17    South Korea        :    1.00    4.92    0.30      4.75     0.00     1.46 =============================================================================== 1/ Aggregate of local marketing years.  2/ Total foreign and world use adjusted to reflect the differences in world imports and exports. Total domestic includes both domestic use and unreported disappearance.  3/ World imports and exports may not balance due to differences in some countries.    4/ India, Pakistan, Thailand, and Vietnam.  5/ Brazil,  Indonesia, Hong Kong,  Cote d'Ivoire, Nigeria, Philippines, selected Middle East, and the EU-27. 6/ Trade excludes intra-trade.  7/ Selected Middle East includes Iran, Iraq, and  Saudi Arabia. 8/ Central American and Caribbean countries.                                      WASDE-483-25                    June 2010                      World Rice Supply and Use (Milled Basis) 1/ (Cont'd.)                              (Million Metric Tons) ===============================================================================                       :          Supply         :        Use        :                       :=========================:===================: Ending         Region        :         :       :       :         :         : stocks                       :Beginning:Produc-:       : Total 2/:         :                       :  stocks : tion  :Imports: Domestic: Exports : ===============================================================================                       :                       :                 2010/11 (Projected) World 3/              :              May      :   90.32  459.74   28.69    453.44    31.42    96.62             June      :   89.62  459.44   28.70    452.79    31.49    96.27 United States         :              May      :    0.96    7.62    0.70      4.33     3.34     1.61             June      :    0.89    7.62    0.67      4.36     3.41     1.42 Total foreign         :              May      :   89.37  452.12   28.00    449.11    28.08    95.02             June      :   88.73  451.82   28.04    448.43    28.08    94.85   Major exporters 4/  :              May      :   24.36  150.85    0.85    125.80    21.90    28.36             June      :   24.36  150.85    0.85    125.80    21.90    28.36    India          May :   15.00   99.00    0.00     93.50     2.50    18.00                   Jun :   15.00   99.00    0.00     93.50     2.50    18.00    Pakistan       May :    1.20    6.50    0.00      3.00     3.60     1.10                   Jun :    1.20    6.50    0.00      3.00     3.60     1.10    Thailand       May :    6.29   20.60    0.35      9.80    10.00     7.44                   Jun :    6.29   20.60    0.35      9.80    10.00     7.44    Vietnam        May :    1.87   24.75    0.50     19.50     5.80     1.82                   Jun :    1.87   24.75    0.50     19.50     5.80     1.82   Major importers 5/  :              May      :   14.52   67.38   11.81     78.23     0.66    14.82             June      :   14.34   67.38   11.81     78.13     0.66    14.74    Brazil         May :    0.99    8.40    0.65      8.65     0.50     0.89                   Jun :    0.99    8.40    0.65      8.65     0.50     0.89    EU-27 6/       May :    1.11    2.01    1.35      3.15     0.14     1.18                   Jun :    1.11    2.01    1.35      3.15     0.14     1.18    Indonesia      May :    7.99   40.00    0.25     39.50     0.00     8.74                   Jun :    7.99   40.00    0.25     39.50     0.00     8.74    Nigeria        May :    0.47    3.60    1.90      5.50     0.00     0.47                   Jun :    0.47    3.60    1.90      5.50     0.00     0.47    Philippines    May :    3.04   10.80    2.50     13.80     0.00     2.54                   Jun :    2.86   10.80    2.50     13.70     0.00     2.46    Sel. Mideast 7/May :    0.87    2.13    3.85      5.90     0.02     0.93                   Jun :    0.87    2.13    3.85      5.90     0.02     0.93   Selected other      :    Burma          May :    0.04   11.00    0.00     10.10     0.70     0.24                   Jun :    0.04   11.00    0.00     10.10     0.70     0.24    C. Am & Car. 8/May :    0.30    1.56    1.50      3.09     0.00     0.27                   Jun :    0.30    1.56    1.50      3.09     0.00     0.27    China          May :   40.85  137.50    0.33    135.50     0.90    42.28                   Jun :   40.85  137.50    0.33    135.50     0.90    42.28    Egypt          May :    0.49    4.20    0.04      4.00     0.40     0.33                   Jun :    0.49    4.20    0.04      4.00     0.40     0.33    Japan          May :    2.73    7.85    0.70      8.13     0.20     2.95                   Jun :    2.73    7.85    0.70      8.13     0.20     2.95    Mexico         May :    0.17    0.16    0.65      0.82     0.01     0.16                   Jun :    0.17    0.16    0.65      0.82     0.01     0.16    South Korea    May :    1.46    4.60    0.33      4.74     0.01     1.64                   Jun :    1.46    4.60    0.33      4.74     0.01     1.64 =============================================================================== 1/ Aggregate of local marketing years.  2/ Total foreign and world use adjusted to reflect the differences in world imports and exports. Total domestic includes both domestic use and unreported disappearance.  3/ World imports and exports may not balance due to differences in some countries.    4/ India, Pakistan, Thailand, and Vietnam.  5/ Brazil,  Indonesia, Hong Kong,  Cote d'Ivoire, Nigeria, Philippines, selected Middle East, the EU-27. 6/ Trade excludes intra-trade.  7/ Selected Middle East includes Iran, Iraq, and Saudi  Arabia. 8/ Central American and Caribbean countries.                                      WASDE-483-26                    June 2010                            World Cotton Supply and Use 1/                              (Million 480-pound bales) ================================================================================                       :          Supply         :       Use      :      :         Region        :=========================:================: Loss : Ending                       :Beginning:Produc-:Imports:Domestic:Exports:  2/  : stocks                       :  stocks : tion  :       :        :       :      : ================================================================================                       :                       :                      2008/09                       : World                 :   62.61  107.48    30.04  109.94    30.16  -2.67  62.70 United States         :   10.05   12.82       3/    3.59    13.28  -0.33   6.34 Total foreign         :   52.56   94.66    30.04  106.35    16.88  -2.33  56.36   Major exporters 4/  :   18.81   42.36     1.54   26.83    13.93  -0.19  22.15    Central Asia 5/    :    2.42    7.12     0.01    1.60     4.45   0.00   3.49    Afr. Fr. Zone 6/   :    0.67    2.41       3/    0.19     2.20   0.00   0.70    S. Hemis. 7/       :    8.30    8.68     0.31    5.52     4.60  -0.20   7.38     Australia         :    0.60    1.50       3/    0.05     1.20  -0.07   0.93    Brazil             :    6.25    5.48     0.05    4.20     2.74  -0.15   4.99    India              :    6.63   22.60     0.80   17.75     2.36   0.00   9.92   Major importers 8/  :   31.91   49.51    26.03   75.24     1.88  -2.15  32.48    Mexico             :    0.93    0.57     1.32    1.85     0.18   0.03   0.76    China              :   20.50   36.70     7.00   44.00     0.08  -2.25  22.37    EU-27 9/           :    0.67    1.23     0.96    1.14     1.01   0.05   0.65    Turkey             :    1.95    1.93     2.92    5.10     0.14  -0.09   1.65    Pakistan           :    5.39    9.00     1.95   11.25     0.38   0.03   4.69    Indonesia          :    0.39    0.03     2.00    2.00     0.02   0.05   0.35    Thailand           :    0.32      3/     1.60    1.60     0.00   0.03   0.29    Bangladesh         :    0.62    0.04     3.80    3.75     0.00   0.01   0.70    Vietnam            :    0.25    0.01     1.23    1.25     0.00   0.00   0.24                       :                       :                 2009/10 (Estimated)                       : World                 :   62.70  102.89    35.70  116.43    35.26  -2.60  52.21 United States         :    6.34   12.19     0.01    3.40    12.25  -0.02   2.90 Total foreign         :   56.36   90.71    35.69  113.03    23.01  -2.58  49.31   Major exporters 4/  :   22.15   42.41     1.50   28.77    19.59  -0.19  17.89    Central Asia 5/    :    3.49    6.17     0.01    1.69     5.98   0.00   2.00    Afr. Fr. Zone 6/   :    0.70    2.16       3/    0.18     2.17   0.00   0.51    S. Hemis. 7/       :    7.38    9.15     0.34    5.70     4.54  -0.20   6.83     Australia         :    0.93    1.60       3/    0.04     1.83  -0.07   0.74    Brazil             :    4.99    5.75     0.10    4.40     1.90  -0.15   4.69    India              :    9.92   23.50     0.60   19.50     6.40   0.00   8.12   Major importers 8/  :   32.48   45.68    31.56   80.02     2.29  -2.39  29.81    Mexico             :    0.76    0.42     1.50    1.90     0.13   0.03   0.64    China              :   22.37   32.50    10.80   47.50     0.03  -2.50  20.64    EU-27 9/           :    0.65    1.01     0.89    0.98     1.06   0.05   0.46    Turkey             :    1.65    1.75     3.90    5.60     0.18  -0.08   1.61    Pakistan           :    4.69    9.90     1.70   11.50     0.75   0.03   4.01    Indonesia          :    0.35    0.03     2.10    2.05     0.02   0.05   0.36    Thailand           :    0.29      3/     1.80    1.78     0.01   0.03   0.29    Bangladesh         :    0.70    0.05     4.00    4.00     0.00   0.01   0.74    Vietnam            :    0.24    0.02     1.70    1.60     0.00   0.00   0.36 ================================================================================ 1/ Marketing year beginning August 1.   Totals may not add exactly and trade may not balance due to rounding and other factors.   2/ Generally reflects cotton lost or destroyed in the marketing channel; for Australia, Brazil, China, and the United States, reflects the difference between implicit stocks  based on supply less total use and indicated ending stocks.  3/ Less than 5,000 bales.  4/ Includes Egypt and Syria in addition to the countries and regions listed.  5/ Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.  6/ Benin, Burkino Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Cote d'Ivoire, Mali, Niger, Senegal, and Togo.  7/ Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Paraguay, South Africa, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe.  8/ In addition to the countries and regions listed, includes Hong Kong, Japan, Russia, South Korea, and Taiwan. 9/ Includes intra-EU trade.                                      WASDE-483-27                    June 2010                            World Cotton Supply and Use 1/                              (Million 480-pound bales) ================================================================================                       :          Supply         :       Use      :      :         Region        :=========================:================: Loss : Ending                       :Beginning:Produc-:Imports:Domestic:Exports:  2/  : stocks                       :  stocks : tion  :       :        :       :      : ================================================================================                       :                       :                 2010/11 (Projected) World                 :              May      :   52.75  113.88    35.73  119.08    35.72  -2.58  50.13             June      :   52.21  114.32    36.12  119.49    36.14  -2.58  49.59 United States         :              May      :    3.10   16.70       3/    3.30    13.50   0.00   3.00             June      :    2.90   16.70       3/    3.30    13.50   0.00   2.80 Total foreign         :              May      :   49.65   97.18    35.73  115.78    22.22  -2.58  47.13             June      :   49.31   97.62    36.12  116.19    22.64  -2.58  46.79   Major exporters 4/  :              May      :   18.41   46.85     1.43   29.94    18.63  -0.19  18.30             June      :   17.89   47.00     1.64   29.94    18.94  -0.19  17.83    Central Asia 5/May :    2.10    6.84     0.01    1.73     5.45   0.00   1.76                   Jun :    2.00    6.79     0.01    1.73     5.42   0.00   1.65    Afr. Fr. Zn. 6/May :    0.51    2.61       3/    0.19     2.38   0.00   0.56                   Jun :    0.51    2.61       3/    0.18     2.42   0.00   0.51    S. Hemis 7/    May :    7.01   10.82     0.30    5.95     4.68  -0.20   7.69                   Jun :    6.83   11.02     0.51    5.95     4.88  -0.20   7.73     Australia     May :    0.79    2.00       3/    0.04     1.85  -0.07   0.97                   Jun :    0.74    2.20       3/    0.04     1.85  -0.07   1.12    Brazil         May :    4.79    6.80     0.09    4.60     2.00  -0.15   5.23                   Jun :    4.69    6.80     0.30    4.60     2.20  -0.15   5.14    India          May :    8.32   25.00     0.63   20.40     5.70   0.00   7.85                   Jun :    8.12   25.00     0.63   20.40     5.80   0.00   7.55   Major importers 8/  :              May      :   29.61   47.58    31.69   81.60     2.44  -2.39  27.22             June      :   29.81   47.72    31.89   82.00     2.49  -2.39  27.31    Mexico         May :    0.66    0.55     1.60    1.90     0.20   0.03   0.69                   Jun :    0.64    0.64     1.50    1.90     0.20   0.03   0.65    China          May :   19.84   33.00    11.50   49.00     0.03  -2.50  17.82                   Jun :   20.64   33.00    11.50   49.00     0.03  -2.50  18.62    EU-27 9/       May :    0.46    1.33     0.84    0.93     1.21   0.05   0.44                   Jun :    0.46    1.38     0.84    0.93     1.26   0.05   0.44    Turkey         May :    2.03    2.10     2.70    5.40     0.15  -0.08   1.36                   Jun :    1.61    2.10     3.00    5.50     0.15  -0.08   1.14    Pakistan       May :    4.16   10.50     1.90   11.40     0.70   0.03   4.44                   Jun :    4.01   10.50     1.90   11.70     0.70   0.03   3.99    Indonesia      May :    0.36    0.03     2.20    2.10     0.02   0.05   0.42                   Jun :    0.36    0.03     2.20    2.10     0.02   0.05   0.42    Thailand       May :    0.29      3/     1.80    1.78     0.01   0.03   0.28                   Jun :    0.29      3/     1.80    1.78     0.01   0.03   0.28    Bangladesh     May :    0.74    0.05     4.25    4.25     0.00   0.01   0.78                   Jun :    0.74    0.05     4.25    4.25     0.00   0.01   0.78    Vietnam        May :    0.36    0.02     1.78    1.80     0.00   0.00   0.35                   Jun :    0.36    0.02     1.78    1.80     0.00   0.00   0.35 ================================================================================ 1/ Marketing year beginning August 1.   Totals may not add exactly and trade may not balance due to rounding and other factors.   2/ Generally reflects cotton lost or destroyed in the marketing channel; for Australia, Brazil, and  the United States, reflects the difference between implicit stocks based on supply less total use and indicated ending stocks. 3/ Less than 5,000 bales.   4/ Includes Egypt and Syria in addition to the countries and regions listed.   5/ Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.  6/ Benin, Burkino Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Cote d'Ivoire, Mali, Niger, Senegal, and Togo.   7/ Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Paraguay, South Africa, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe.  8/ In addition to the countries and regions listed, includes Hong Kong, Japan, Russia, South Korea,  and Taiwan. 9/ Includes intra-EU trade.                                      WASDE-483-28                    June 2010                          World Soybean Supply and Use 1/                              (Million Metric Tons) ===============================================================================                       :          Supply         :           Use         :                       :=========================:=======================:Ending      Region           :         :       :       :               :       :stocks                       :Beginning:Produc-:       :    Domestic   :       :                       :  stocks : tion  :Imports: Crush : Total :Exports: ===============================================================================                       :                       :                      2008/09 World 2/              :   52.91  211.96   77.17  193.01  221.03   77.34   43.66 United States         :    5.58   80.75    0.36   45.23   48.00   34.93    3.76 Total foreign         :   47.33  131.22   76.80  147.78  173.03   42.42   39.90   Major exporters 3/  :   40.85   93.80    1.30   64.61   69.09   38.21   28.65    Argentina          :   21.76   32.00    1.24   31.24   32.82    5.59   16.59    Brazil             :   18.90   57.80    0.04   31.87   34.72   29.99   12.04   Major importers 4/  :    5.61   17.58   64.50   61.66   77.19    0.45   10.05    China              :    4.25   15.54   41.10   41.04   51.44    0.40    9.05    EU-27              :    0.81    0.64   13.21   12.86   14.09    0.02    0.56    Japan              :    0.27    0.26    3.40    2.50    3.75    0.00    0.18    Mexico             :    0.06    0.15    3.33    3.47    3.50    0.00    0.04                       :                       :                 2009/10 (Estimated) World 2/              :   43.66  259.20   84.15  205.22  235.20   86.35   65.47 United States         :    3.76   91.42    0.41   47.36   50.96   39.60    5.02 Total foreign         :   39.90  167.78   83.74  157.87  184.24   46.75   60.44   Major exporters 3/  :   28.65  130.20    0.20   67.88   72.50   42.25   44.30    Argentina          :   16.59   54.00    0.00   34.83   36.42    7.50   26.67    Brazil             :   12.04   69.00    0.19   31.50   34.40   29.35   17.47   Major importers 4/  :   10.05   16.87   70.78   67.69   83.69    0.32   13.68    China              :    9.05   14.70   47.00   47.28   57.88    0.25   12.62    EU-27              :    0.56    0.86   13.00   12.50   13.77    0.04    0.61    Japan              :    0.18    0.23    3.60    2.53    3.83    0.00    0.18    Mexico             :    0.04    0.11    3.45    3.51    3.55    0.00    0.05                       :                       :                 2010/11 (Projected) World 2/              :              May      :   63.76  250.13   86.46  215.31  246.35   87.92   66.09             June      :   65.47  249.93   86.38  215.30  246.55   88.24   66.99 United States         :              May      :    5.16   90.08    0.27   44.63   48.84   36.74    9.94             June      :    5.02   90.08    0.27   44.63   48.84   36.74    9.80 Total foreign         :              May      :   58.60  160.05   86.19  170.68  197.51   51.18   56.15             June      :   60.44  159.85   86.11  170.67  197.71   51.50   57.19   Major exporters 3/  :              May      :   43.68  121.50    0.19   73.00   77.80   46.24   41.34             June      :   44.30  121.50    0.19   73.00   77.80   46.24   41.95    Argentina      May :   26.67   50.00    0.00   38.65   40.32   12.50   23.85                   Jun :   26.67   50.00    0.00   38.65   40.32   12.50   23.85    Brazil         May :   16.83   65.00    0.18   32.80   35.80   28.90   17.31                   Jun :   17.47   65.00    0.18   32.80   35.80   28.90   17.95   Major importers 4/  :              May      :   12.56   17.51   72.89   73.30   89.64    0.52   12.80             June      :   13.68   16.91   72.81   73.44   89.77    0.52   13.12    China          May :   11.49   15.20   49.00   52.70   63.52    0.45   11.72                   Jun :   12.62   14.60   49.00   52.90   63.72    0.45   12.05    EU-27          May :    0.62    1.00   12.60   12.40   13.62    0.03    0.57                   Jun :    0.61    1.00   12.60   12.40   13.62    0.03    0.56    Japan          May :    0.18    0.23    3.60    2.53    3.83    0.00    0.17                   Jun :    0.18    0.23    3.60    2.53    3.83    0.00    0.17    Mexico         May :    0.05    0.11    3.50    3.57    3.61    0.00    0.05                   Jun :    0.05    0.11    3.50    3.57    3.61    0.00    0.05 =============================================================================== 1/ Data based on local marketing years except Argentina and Brazil which are adjusted to an October-September year.  2/ World imports and exports may not balance due to differences in local marketing years and to time lags between reported exports and imports.  Therefore, world supply may not equal world use.  3/ Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay.  4/ Japan, China, and EU, Mexico, and Southeast Asia (includes Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and Thailand).                                      WASDE-483-29                    June 2010                        World Soybean Meal Supply and Use 1/                              (Million Metric Tons) ===============================================================================                       :          Supply         :        Use        :                       :=========================:===================: Ending         Region        :         :       :       :         :         : stocks                       :Beginning:Produc-:       : Total   :         :                       :  stocks : tion  :Imports: Domestic: Exports : ===============================================================================                       :                       :                      2008/09 World 2/              :    6.36  151.67   51.20    152.38    52.18     4.68 United States         :    0.27   35.48    0.08     27.89     7.72     0.21 Total foreign         :    6.10  116.20   51.12    124.49    44.46     4.47   Major exporters 3/  :    3.83   55.05    0.12     15.46    40.29     3.25    Argentina          :    1.14   24.36    0.00      0.63    24.03     0.85    Brazil             :    2.59   24.70    0.11     12.44    13.11     1.84    India              :    0.11    5.99    0.01      2.38     3.16     0.56   Major importers 4/  :    1.27   44.10   28.19     71.70     1.53     0.33    EU-27              :    1.07   10.13   20.98     31.58     0.47     0.13    China              :    0.00   32.48    0.22     31.67     1.02     0.00                       :                       :                 2009/10 (Estimated) World 2/              :    4.68  161.56   53.70    159.51    55.20     5.24 United States         :    0.21   37.40    0.13     27.03    10.43     0.27 Total foreign         :    4.47  124.16   53.57    132.48    44.76     4.96   Major exporters 3/  :    3.25   56.51    0.11     16.33    40.05     3.49    Argentina          :    0.85   27.15    0.00      0.67    26.00     1.32    Brazil             :    1.84   24.41    0.10     12.80    11.95     1.60    India              :    0.56    4.95    0.01      2.85     2.10     0.56   Major importers 4/  :    0.33   48.80   29.66     76.00     2.17     0.64    EU-27              :    0.13    9.85   22.30     31.44     0.47     0.37    China              :    0.00   37.42    0.05     35.82     1.65     0.00                       :                       :                 2010/11 (Projected) World 2/              :              May      :    5.58  169.64   55.32    167.89    56.62     6.03             June      :    5.24  169.63   55.50    167.89    56.81     5.67 United States         :              May      :    0.27   35.41    0.15     27.58     7.98     0.27             June      :    0.27   35.41    0.15     27.49     8.07     0.27 Total foreign         :              May      :    5.30  134.22   55.17    140.31    48.63     5.75             June      :    4.96  134.22   55.35    140.40    48.73     5.40   Major exporters 3/  :              May      :    3.84   61.45    0.13     17.16    44.23     4.02             June      :    3.49   61.45    0.13     17.16    44.23     3.67    Argentina      May :    1.28   29.95    0.00      0.70    29.30     1.23                   Jun :    1.32   29.95    0.00      0.70    29.30     1.28    Brazil         May :    2.10   25.42    0.12     13.38    11.83     2.43                   Jun :    1.60   25.42    0.12     13.38    11.83     1.93    India          May :    0.46    6.08    0.01      3.08     3.10     0.37                   Jun :    0.56    6.08    0.01      3.08     3.10     0.47   Major importers 4/  :              May      :    0.62   53.20   30.92     81.99     1.90     0.84             June      :    0.64   53.30   30.80     81.89     2.00     0.85    EU-27          May :    0.37    9.77   23.20     32.30     0.45     0.58                   Jun :    0.37    9.77   23.20     32.30     0.45     0.58    China          May :    0.00   41.71    0.05     40.36     1.40     0.00                   Jun :    0.00   41.87    0.05     40.42     1.50     0.00 =============================================================================== 1/ Data based on local marketing years except for Argentina and Brazil which are adjusted to an October-September year.  2/ World imports and exports may not balance due to differences in local marketing years and to time lags between reported exports and imports.  Therefore, world supply may not equal world use.  3/ Argentina, Brazil, and India.  4/ Eastern Europe, China, EU, and Southeast Asia (includes Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and Thailand).                                      WASDE-483-30                    June 2010                        World Soybean Oil Supply and Use 1/                              (Million Metric Tons) ===============================================================================                       :          Supply         :        Use        :                       :=========================:===================: Ending         Region        :         :       :       :         :         : stocks                       :Beginning:Produc-:       : Total   :         :                       :  stocks : tion  :Imports: Domestic: Exports : ===============================================================================                       :                       :                      2008/09 World 2/              :    3.17   35.75    8.94     35.93     9.11     2.82 United States         :    1.13    8.50    0.04      7.43     1.00     1.24 Total foreign         :    2.05   27.25    8.90     28.50     8.12     1.57   Major exporters 3/  :    0.94   14.35    0.80      8.48     7.01     0.59    Argentina          :    0.30    5.91    0.00      1.43     4.70     0.08    Brazil             :    0.43    6.12    0.01      4.27     1.91     0.37    EU-27              :    0.21    2.31    0.79      2.78     0.40     0.14   Major importers 4/  :    0.36    8.65    3.60     11.86     0.09     0.66    China              :    0.23    7.31    2.49      9.49     0.08     0.47    India              :    0.13    1.34    1.06      2.33     0.00     0.19    Pakistan           :    0.01    0.00    0.04      0.05     0.00     0.00                       :                       :                 2009/10 (Estimated) World 2/              :    2.82   37.98    8.56     37.74     9.01     2.61 United States         :    1.24    8.82    0.05      7.35     1.47     1.29 Total foreign         :    1.57   29.16    8.52     30.39     7.53     1.33   Major exporters 3/  :    0.59   14.96    0.50      9.04     6.33     0.69    Argentina          :    0.08    6.67    0.00      1.88     4.67     0.21    Brazil             :    0.37    6.04    0.05      4.88     1.26     0.33    EU-27              :    0.14    2.25    0.45      2.28     0.40     0.16   Major importers 4/  :    0.66    9.54    3.14     12.90     0.08     0.36    China              :    0.47    8.43    1.60     10.21     0.08     0.20    India              :    0.19    1.11    1.50      2.65     0.00     0.15    Pakistan           :    0.00    0.00    0.04      0.04     0.00     0.00                       :                       :                 2010/11 (Projected) World 2/              :              May      :    2.82   39.96    8.85     39.80     9.06     2.78             June      :    2.61   39.97    8.97     39.86     9.06     2.63 United States         :              May      :    1.29    8.48    0.05      7.58     1.00     1.25             June      :    1.29    8.48    0.05      7.58     1.00     1.25 Total foreign         :              May      :    1.54   31.48    8.80     32.22     8.06     1.54             June      :    1.33   31.49    8.91     32.28     8.06     1.39   Major exporters 3/  :              May      :    0.81   15.92    0.45      9.56     6.79     0.83             June      :    0.69   15.92    0.45      9.56     6.79     0.71    Argentina      May :    0.21    7.40    0.00      2.13     5.20     0.27                   Jun :    0.21    7.40    0.00      2.13     5.20     0.27    Brazil         May :    0.45    6.29    0.05      5.10     1.29     0.40                   Jun :    0.33    6.29    0.05      5.10     1.29     0.28    EU-27          May :    0.16    2.23    0.40      2.33     0.30     0.16                   Jun :    0.16    2.23    0.40      2.33     0.30     0.16   Major importers 4/  :              May      :    0.45   10.75    3.38     14.11     0.07     0.39             June      :    0.36   10.79    3.38     14.08     0.07     0.36    China          May :    0.29    9.39    2.15     11.48     0.07     0.29                   Jun :    0.20    9.43    2.15     11.45     0.07     0.26    India          May :    0.15    1.36    1.19      2.60     0.00     0.10                   Jun :    0.15    1.36    1.19      2.60     0.00     0.10    Pakistan       May :    0.00    0.00    0.04      0.04     0.00     0.00                   Jun :    0.00    0.00    0.04      0.04     0.00     0.00 =============================================================================== 1/ Data based on local marketing years except for Argentina and Brazil which are adjusted to an October-September year.  2/ World imports and exports may not balance due to differences in local marketing years and to time lags between reported exports and imports.  Therefore, world supply may not equal world use.  3/ Argentina, Brazil and EU.  4/ India, China and Pakistan.                                   WASDE-483-31            June 2010                  U.S. Quarterly Animal Product Production 1/ ===============================================================================    Year  :      :      :  Red :       :      :  Total:   Red  :       :       :    and   :      :      : meat :       :      :poultry: meat & :       :       : quarter  : Beef : Pork :  2/  :Broiler:Turkey:    3/ : poultry:  Egg  :  Milk : ===============================================================================          :                   Million pounds                    Mil doz  Bil lbs     2009 :      II  :   6602   5490  12167    8939   1420    10488   22655    1870    48.9     III  :   6690   5700  12464    9172   1417    10725   23189    1880    46.8      IV  :   6426   5996  12504    8827   1441    10385   22889    1924    46.3  Annual  :  25965  22999  49274   35511   5663    41673   90947    7534   189.3          :     2010 :       I  :   6251   5607  11936    8732   1340    10188   22124    1867    47.3     II*  :   6450   5215  11737    9125   1375    10625   22362    1880    49.1    III*  :   6625   5400  12098    9400   1400    10925   23023    1900    47.1     IV*  :   6180   5900  12157    9125   1425    10675   22832    1935    46.8  Annual  : May Proj :  25691  22237  48229   36381   5539    42411   90640    7567   190.2 Jun Proj :  25506  22122  47928   36382   5540    42413   90341    7582   190.4          :     2011 :      I*  :   5950   5600  11625    9075   1375    10565   22190    1880    47.9  Annual  : May Proj :  25115  22705  48116   37500   5595    43595   91711    7620   193.0 Jun Proj :  25115  22705  48112   37500   5645    43645   91757    7620   193.0 =============================================================================== * Projection. 1/ Commercial production for red meats; federally inspected for poultry meats. 2/ Beef, pork, veal and lamb & mutton. 3/ Broilers, turkeys and mature chicken.                        U.S. Quarterly Prices for Animal Products 1/ ===============================================================================    Year  :            Barrows  :          :          :           :            :    and   :  Steers  :and gilts : Broilers :  Turkeys :    Eggs   :     Milk   :  quarter :     2/   :     3/   :    4/    :     5/   :      6/   :       7/   : ===============================================================================          : Dol./cwt   Dol./cwt   Cents/lb.  Cents/lb.  Cents/doz.   Dol./cwt     2009 :      II  :      84.48      42.74       81.9       75.7        89.7        11.60     III  :      83.05      38.90       76.8       78.1        94.8        12.13      IV  :      83.29      41.20       72.1       81.4       117.7        15.40  Annual  :      83.25      41.24       77.6       76.5       103.0        12.84          :     2010 :       I  :      89.44      50.41       82.2       75.6       126.0        15.60     II*  :      95-96      59-60      85-86      83-84       88-89  15.00-15.20    III*  :      93-97      58-62      84-88      84-88       88-92  15.95-16.45     IV*  :     92-100      50-54      79-85      84-92     108-116  16.55-17.35  Annual  : May Proj :      94-98      55-57      81-85      80-84     105-110  15.65-16.15 Jun Proj :      92-96      54-57      82-85      82-85     102-106  15.75-16.15          :     2011 :      I*  :     93-101      54-58      81-87      74-80     111-121  15.70-16.70  Annual  : May Proj :     95-102      53-57      80-87      78-85     108-117  15.70-16.70 Jun Proj :     95-102      53-57      81-88      80-87     108-117  15.80-16.80 =============================================================================== *Projection. 1/ Simple average of months. 2/ 5-Area, Direct, Total all grades 3/ National Base, Live equiv 51-52% lean. 4/ Wholesale, 12-city average. 5/ 8-16 lbs, hens National. 6/ Grade A large, New York, volume buyers. 7/ Prices received by farmers for all milk.                                          WASDE-483-32        June 2010                                U.S. Meats Supply and Use ===============================================================================                    :         Supply               :      Use                    :-----------------------------------------------------------                    :      :        :     :        :      :      : Disappearance                    :      :   Pro- :     :        :      :      :--------------                    : Beg- :   duc- :     :        :      : End- :      :  Per      Item          :inning:   tion : Im- :  Total :  Ex- : ing  :      :capita                    :stocks:    1/  :ports:  supply: ports:stocks:Total : 2/  3/ ===============================================================================                    :                      Million pounds 4/ BEEF               :  2009              :    642    26068  2628    29337   1869    565  26904   61.2  2010 Proj.    May :    565    25793  2495    28853   2060    535  26258   59.3                Jun :    565    25608  2508    28681   2058    535  26088   58.9  2011 Proj.    May :    535    25217  2785    28537   2000    515  26022   58.3                Jun :    535    25217  2785    28537   2000    515  26022   58.3                    : PORK               :  2009              :    635    23020   834    24490   4126    525  19839   50.1  2010 Proj.    May :    525    22259   855    23639   4360    510  18769   47.0                Jun :    525    22144   844    23513   4327    500  18686   46.8  2011 Proj.    May :    510    22726   885    24121   4550    500  19071   47.3                Jun :    500    22726   885    24111   4550    500  19061   47.3                    : TOTAL RED MEAT 5/  :  2009              :   1307    49412  3633    54352   6011   1114  47227  112.7  2010 Proj.    May :   1114    48368  3533    53015   6437   1067  45511  107.6                Jun :   1114    48067  3534    52715   6403   1057  45255  107.0  2011 Proj.    May :   1067    48255  3861    53183   6568   1037  45578  106.9                Jun :   1057    48251  3861    53169   6568   1037  45564  106.9                    : BROILERS           :  2009              :    745    35131    85    35961   6835    616  28509   79.6  2010 Proj.    May :    616    35992    96    36704   5625    690  30389   84.2                Jun :    616    35993    96    36705   5813    670  30222   83.7  2011 Proj.    May :    690    37099    96    37885   6000    660  31225   85.8                Jun :    670    37099    96    37865   6000    660  31205   85.7                    : TURKEYS            :  2009              :    396     5588    13     5998    535    262   5201   16.9  2010 Proj.    May :    262     5466    12     5740    510    250   4980   16.1                Jun :    262     5467    12     5741    514    250   4977   16.1  2011 Proj.    May :    250     5522    12     5784    530    275   4979   15.9                Jun :    250     5571    12     5833    530    275   5028   16.1                    : TOTAL POULTRY  6/  :  2009              :   1144    41219   103    42466   7470    880  34116   97.9  2010 Proj.    May :    880    41949   112    42941   6235    943  35763  101.5                Jun :    880    41951   112    42943   6427    923  35593  101.0  2011 Proj.    May :    943    43120   112    44175   6640    938  36597  103.0                Jun :    923    43169   112    44204   6640    938  36626  103.1                    : RED MEAT & POULTRY :  2009              :   2451    90631  3736    96818  13481   1994  81343  210.6  2010 Proj.    May :   1994    90316  3645    95955  12672   2010  81273  209.1                Jun :   1994    90017  3646    95657  12830   1980  80847  208.1  2011 Proj.    May :   2010    91375  3973    97358  13208   1975  82175  209.9                Jun :   1980    91420  3973    97373  13208   1975  82190  210.0 =============================================================================== 1/ Total including farm production for red meats and, for poultry, federally inspected plus non-federally inspected, less condemnations. 2/ Pounds, retail-weight basis. 3/ Population source: Dept. of Commerce, Census Bureau. 4/ Carcass weight for red meats and certified ready-to-cook weight for poultry. 5/ Beef, pork, veal, lamb and mutton. 6/ Broilers, turkeys and mature chicken.                                        WASDE-483-33              June 2010                                U.S. Egg Supply and Use ===============================================================================                            :       :       :  2010 Projected :  2011 Projected                            :       :       :-----------------:-----------------          Commodity         :  2008 :  2009 :   May  :   Jun  :   May  :   Jun =============================================================================== EGGS                       :                   Million dozen  Supply                    :    Beginning stocks        :    11.1    17.2    18.0     18.0     18.0     18.0    Production              :  7501.0  7534.0  7567.0   7582.0   7620.0   7620.0    Imports                 :    14.6    11.1    12.0     12.0     12.0     12.0      Total supply          :  7526.7  7562.3  7597.0   7612.0   7650.0   7650.0                            :   Use                      :    Exports                 :   206.3   242.2   235.0    237.2    237.0    237.0    Hatching use            :   996.3   955.1   971.6    971.6    990.0    990.0    Ending stocks           :    17.2    18.0    18.0     18.0     18.0     18.0    Disappearance           :      Total                 :  6306.9  6347.0  6372.4   6385.2   6405.0   6405.0      Per capita (number)   :   248.3   247.7   246.6    247.1    245.8    245.8 ===============================================================================                                 U.S. Milk Supply and Use ===============================================================================                            :       :       :  2010 Projected :  2011 Projected          Commodity         :       :       :-----------------:-----------------                            :  2008 :  2009 :   May  :   Jun  :   May  :   Jun ===============================================================================                            :                   Billion pounds Milk                       :  Production                :   190.0   189.3   190.2    190.4    193.0    193.0     Farm use               :     1.1     1.0     1.0      1.0      1.0      1.0                            : Fat Basis Supply           :    Beg. commercial stocks  :    10.4    10.1    11.3     11.3     10.5     10.5    Marketings              :   188.9   188.3   189.2    189.4    192.1    192.1    Imports                 :     5.3     5.6     5.0      4.8      5.1      4.9      Total cml. supply     :   204.6   204.0   205.6    205.5    207.6    207.5                            : Fat Basis Use              :    Commercial Exports      :     8.7     4.1     4.8      5.0      4.9      5.1    Ending commercial stks  :    10.1    11.3    10.5     10.5      9.9      9.8    CCC net removals 1/     :     0.0     0.7     0.3      0.2      0.0      0.0    Commercial use 2/       :   185.7   187.6   189.9    189.7    192.8    192.6                            : Skim-solids Basis Supply   :    Beg. commercial stocks  :    10.0    10.9    11.3     11.3     11.0     11.0    Marketings              :   188.9   188.3   189.2    189.4    192.1    192.1    Imports                 :     7.0     5.5     4.7      4.4      4.8      4.8      Total cml. supply     :   205.9   204.7   205.3    205.2    207.8    207.8                            : Skim-solids Basis Use      :    Commercial Exports      :    26.6    22.5    25.3     26.0     27.0     27.1    Ending commercial stks  :    10.9    11.3    11.0     11.0     10.6     10.6    CCC net removals 1/     :     1.3     2.9     0.0      0.0      0.0      0.0    Commercial use 2/       :   167.1   168.6   169.2    168.4    170.3    170.2                            :                            :                   Million pounds CCC product net removals 1/:     Butter                 :       0      30      15        8        0        0     Cheese                 :       0       2       2        2        0        0     Nonfat dry milk        :     111     247       2        2        0        0     Dry whole milk         :       0       0       0        0        0        0 =============================================================================== Note:  Totals may not add due to rounding. 1/ Includes products exported under the Dairy Export Incentive Program. 2/ Domestic commercial use only. 2009 and 2010 adjusted for the Barter Program                                    WASDE-483-34              June 2010                             U.S. Dairy Prices ===========================================================================                       :        :       : 2010 Projected  : 2011 Projected                       :        :       :-----------------:-----------------       Commodity       :  2008  :  2009 :   May  :   Jun  :   May  :   Jun ===========================================================================                       :                    Dollars per pound                       : Product Prices 1/     :  Cheese               :   1.8958  1.2963 1.480-   1.485-   1.505-   1.520-                       :                    1.530    1.525    1.605    1.620                       :  Butter               :   1.4352  1.2094 1.445-   1.475-   1.390-   1.390-                       :                    1.525    1.545    1.520    1.520                       :  Nonfat dry milk      :   1.2257  0.9222 1.180-   1.200-   1.210-   1.235-                       :                    1.220    1.240    1.280    1.305                       :  Dry whey             :   0.2500  0.2584 0.365-   0.365-   0.375-   0.375-                       :                    0.395    0.385    0.405    0.405                       :                       :                    Dollars per cwt Milk Prices 2/        :  Class III            :    17.44   11.36 13.95-   13.95-   14.25-   14.35-                       :                    14.45    14.35    15.25    15.35                       :  Class IV             :    14.65   10.89 14.15-   14.45-   14.15-   14.35-                       :                    14.75    14.95    15.25    15.45                       :  All milk 3/          :    18.34   12.84 15.65-   15.75-   15.70-   15.80-                       :                    16.15    16.15    16.70    16.80                       : =========================================================================== 1/ Simple average of monthly prices calculated by AMS from NASS weekly average dairy product prices for class price computations. 2/ Annual Class III and Class IV prices are the simple averages of monthly minimum Federal order milk prices paid by regulated plants for milk used in the respective classes. All milk price is the simple average of monthly prices received by farmers for milk at average test.  3/ Does not reflect any deductions from producers as authorized by legislation.                                        WASDE-483-35                    June 2010   Note: Tables on pages 35-37 present a 29-year record of the differences between the June projection and the final estimate. Using world wheat production as an  example, changes between the June projection and the final estimate have averaged 15.3 million tons (2.8%) ranging from -32.2 to 29.6 million tons. The  June projection has been below the estimate 18 times and above 11 times.                               Reliability of June Projections ===============================================================================                  :Differences between proj. & final estimate,1981/82-2009/10 1/   Commodity and  :=============================================================       region     :  Avg. :  Avg. :    Difference    : Below final : Above final =============================================================================== WHEAT            :Percent      Million metric tons            Number of years    Production    :        World     :   2.8    15.3     -32.2    29.6             18          11        U.S.      :   4.6     2.8      -7.4     8.4             16          13        Foreign   :   2.9    14.1     -28.8    28.2             17          12    Exports       :        World     :   4.4     5.1     -16.6    12.3             19           9        U.S.      :   8.3     2.7     -10.0     7.8             18          11        Foreign   :   4.8     4.1     -11.6     6.5             21           8    Domestic use  :        World     :   1.7     9.2     -27.5    19.6             18          11        U.S.      :   6.0     1.9      -6.4     4.8             16          13        Foreign   :   1.7     8.6     -24.2    18.1             19          10    Ending stocks :        World     :   9.8    13.0     -35.0    29.7             19          10        U.S.      :  16.7     3.5      -9.6    14.9             16          13        Foreign   :  10.0    10.7     -30.0    14.9             18          11                  : COARSE GRAINS 2/ :    Production    :        World     :   2.8    24.2     -77.0    76.0             16          13        U.S.      :   8.8    19.1     -35.9    70.3             15          14        Foreign   :   2.2    13.5     -41.6    39.5             13          16    Exports       :        World     :   6.4     6.8     -17.8    16.5             19          10        U.S.      :  14.8     7.9     -22.8    15.3             12          17        Foreign   :  12.1     6.3     -19.1    14.2             17          12    Domestic use  :        World     :   1.5    12.5     -22.4    33.2             13          16        U.S.      :   3.9     7.5     -16.6    33.0             18          11        Foreign   :   1.5     9.5     -13.7    33.5             13          16    Ending stocks :        World     :  16.2    22.7     -69.9    48.0             19          10        U.S.      :  35.4    17.4     -57.6    43.9             15          14        Foreign   :  14.2    12.0     -30.5    14.0             21           8                  : RICE, milled     :    Production    :        World     :   2.1     7.5     -21.8    15.2             20           9        U.S.      :   5.5     0.3      -1.1     0.5             17          12        Foreign   :   2.1     7.4     -21.9    15.3             19          10    Exports       :        World     :   7.8     1.6      -7.5     1.1             21           8        U.S.      :   8.4     0.2      -1.0     0.7             15          11        Foreign   :   8.5     1.5      -7.1     0.9             21           8    Domestic use  :        World     :   1.5     5.4     -20.3     5.8             21           8        U.S.      :   6.8     0.2      -0.5     0.5             13          16        Foreign   :   1.6     5.4     -20.8     5.6             22           7    Ending stocks :        World     :  12.0     6.1     -15.7     8.2             19          10        U.S.      :  27.2     0.3      -0.9     0.9             16          11        Foreign   :  12.5     6.0     -15.3     8.3             20           9 =============================================================================== 1/ Footnotes at end of table.                                        CONTINUED                                        WASDE-483-36                    June 2010                        Reliability of June Projections (Continued) ===============================================================================                  :Differences between proj. & final estimate,1981/82-2009/10 1/   Commodity and  :=============================================================       region     :  Avg. :  Avg. :    Difference    : Below final : Above final =============================================================================== SOYBEANS         :Percent      Million metric tons            Number of years    Production    :        World     :   5.2    11.7     -16.3    27.9              2           4        U.S.      :   7.2     4.4     -11.3    12.0             14          15        Foreign   :   7.9    11.0     -11.9    23.9              2           4    Exports       :        World     :   5.6     4.2     -10.0     4.1              2           4        U.S.      :  12.6     2.8      -6.4     6.4             17          12        Foreign   :  10.5     4.1      -4.7     8.3              3           3    Domestic use  :        World     :   2.9     6.5      -5.6    17.0              2           4        U.S.      :   5.5     2.2      -7.2     5.6             19          10        Foreign   :   3.2     5.4      -4.4    11.4              2           4    Ending stocks :        World     :   9.4     5.1     -12.7     7.9              4           2        U.S.      :  44.4     2.9      -7.1     8.4              8          21        Foreign   :  11.8     5.6     -13.3     6.6              4           2                  : COTTON           :        Million 480-pound bales    Production    :        World     :   4.7     4.3     -16.4    11.4             17          11        U.S.      :   9.3     1.5      -5.6     3.1             14          15        Foreign   :   4.5     3.4     -12.4    10.5             16          13    Exports       :        World     :   7.6     2.2      -6.5    12.4             14          15        U.S.      :  19.6     1.4      -3.0     3.9             18          11        Foreign   :   8.1     1.5      -3.5     9.9             14          15    Mill use      :        World     :   3.1     2.9      -8.1    17.1             13          16        U.S.      :   8.3     0.6      -1.4     1.3             15          13        Foreign   :   3.3     2.9      -7.6    16.3             16          13    Ending stocks :        World     :  15.2     6.0     -14.3    15.2             20           9        U.S.      :  35.0     1.7      -4.6     3.5             15          14        Foreign   :  14.1     4.8     -13.4    12.5             21           8 =============================================================================== 1/ Final estimate for 1981/82-2008/09 is defined as the first November estimate following the marketing year, and for 2009/10 last month's estimate.   2/ Includes corn, sorghum, barley, oats, rye, millet, and mixed grain.                                         WASDE-483-37                    June 2010                      Reliability of United States June Projections 1/ ===============================================================================                  :Differences between proj. & final estimate,1981/82-2009/10 2/   Commodity and  :=============================================================       region     :  Avg. :  Avg. :    Difference    : Below final : Above final =============================================================================== CORN             :Percent        Million bushels              Number of years    Production    :  10.4     766     -3327    2379             16          13    Exports       :  15.9     290      -850     588             13          16    Domestic use  :   6.9     489     -5888    1095             18          11    Ending stocks :  41.4     623     -2091    1460             15          14                  : SORGHUM          :    Production    :  15.7      92      -228     171             13          15    Exports       :  19.1      43      -118      97             13          16    Domestic use  :  15.0      55      -139     100             13          16    Ending stocks :  44.2      55      -189     191             11          18                  : BARLEY           :    Production    :   9.1      31       -73     206             11          18    Exports       :  44.2      17       -92      53             15          12    Domestic use  :  10.4      35       -72      95             15          14    Ending stocks :  17.3      25       -59      79             12          17                  : OATS             :    Production    :  16.0      36       -77     231              7          22    Exports       :  65.3       1        -5       8              8          10    Domestic use  :   7.5      24       -39     160             10          19    Ending stocks :  17.6      18       -59      77              9          18                  :                  :           Thousand short tons SOYBEAN MEAL     :    Production    :   4.7    1475     -3721    4919             18          11    Exports       :  16.4    1082     -2650    1964             17          12    Domestic use  :   3.9     957     -1800    4650             14          15    Ending stocks :  27.4      66      -204     488             12          14                  :                  :              Million pounds SOYBEAN OIL      :    Production    :   4.7     714     -1923    2330             19          10    Exports       :  26.4     459     -1700     914             15          14    Domestic use  :   3.3     469      -985    2100             17          11    Ending stocks :  30.8     480     -1432    1288             16          12 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------                  : ANIMAL PROD. 3/  :              Million pounds    Beef          :   1.5     374      -569     819             18          10    Pork          :   1.6     279      -579     676             18          10    Broilers      :   1.0     238      -687     596             18          10    Turkeys       :   1.4      63      -210     126             17          11                  :                  :              Million dozen    Eggs          :   0.8      48       -83     125             20           8                  :                  :              Billion pounds    Milk          :   0.7     1.1      -3.6     3.9             15          11 =============================================================================== 1/ See pages 35 and 36 for record of reliability for U.S. wheat, rice, soybeans, and cotton. 2/ Final estimate for 1981/82-2008/09 is defined as the first November estimate following the marketing year, and for 2009/10 last month's estimate.  3/ Calendar years 1982 thru 2009 for meats, eggs, and milk.  Final for animal products is defined as latest annual production estimate published by NASS.       

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