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Grain Inspections Up for Third Consecutive Week

Total inspections of grain for export reached 2.52 MMT

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For the week ending April 4, total inspections of grain for export from all major U.S. export regions reached 2.52 million metric tons (MMT).

This shows a 1% increase from the previous week, a 10% decrease from last year, and a 5% increase from the 3-year average.

Inspections of grain were up for the third consecutive week. The increase in inspections was driven by a 19% increase in wheat inspections and a 21% increase in soybean inspections.

Soybean shipments destined to China rebounded, increasing 45% from week to week.

Inspections of corn, however, were down 18% from the past week.

Pacific Northwest (PNW) inspections increased 18% from the previous week, while Mississippi Gulf inspections decreased 19%.

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