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Mississippi Gulf Grain Inspections Rebound

Total inspections remain unchanged from previous week

For the week ending July 29, total inspections of grain (corn, wheat, and soybeans) for export from all major U.S. export regions totaled 1.96 million metric tons (mmt).

Total grain inspections were unchanged from the previous week, up 6% from last year, and down 9% from the 3-year average.

From the previous week, corn inspections increased 17%, while inspections of wheat and soybeans each decreased 25%, reflecting declines in shipments of soybeans to Mexico and wheat to Asia.

Although overall inspections remained unchanged from the previous week, Mississippi Gulf grain inspections jumped 42%, led by higher wheat and corn inspections.

Mississippi Gulf grain shipments increased to Asia and to Latin America. Inspections of grain in the Pacific Northwest (PNW) decreased 11% from the previous week.

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