This monthly report provides the current USDA forecasts of U.S. and world supply-use balances of major grains, soybeans and products, and cotton; and U.S. supply and use of sugar and livestock products. Historical WASDE Crop Estimates (Lotus Notes Formats through 1995).
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ANNOUNCEMENT: Upcoming Changes to the May 2019 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates Report
Starting with the May issue, the following changes will be made to the World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates Report (WASDE):
- Price range forecasts will be eliminated in favor of single price points for all crops and livestock.
- The international Supply and Use tables for Crops will include an aggregate value for “World less China,” representing the balance sheet values outside of China.
- The ordering of countries and lists of Major Importers/Exporters will be updated to eliminate outdated aggregations (such as “Former Soviet Union), and better reflect current trade patterns.
A detailed list of changes including the tables that will be modified and a template for the May 2019 tables is available at https://www.usda.gov/oce/commodity/wasde/
Category: Crops and Crop Products:Sugar Crops, Crops and Crop Products:Cotton and Cottonseed, Animals and Animal Products:Dairy, and Crops and Crop Products:Grains and Oilseeds Keyword: supply, grains, soybeans, cotton, and sugars Latest Release: Jul 11, 2019
The Weekly Weather and Crop Bulletin is released by 4:00 p.m. on the second workday of each week. The Bulletin includes the National Summary, State Stories, current data for weather, temperature and precipitation and international agricultural weather. The full report is jointly published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce, the National Agricultural Statistics Service, and the World Agricultural Outlook Board.
Category: Agriculture Economics and Management:Weather Keyword: cotton, weather, soybeans, grains, and climate Latest Release: Jul 9, 2019