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Pacific Northwest Inspections Drive Grain Exports Higher

Total grain inspections were up 12% from previous week, up 98% from last year

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For the week ending January 21, total inspections of grain (corn, wheat, and soybeans) for export from all major U.S. export regions totaled 4 million metric tons (MMT).

Total grain inspections were up 12% from the previous week, up 98% from last year, and up 90% from the three-year average.

The increase in total inspections mainly reflected an 85% jump in wheat inspections and a 52% increase in corn inspections.

Soybean inspections, however, were down 13% from the previous week.

The increase in total inspections also reflected a surge in Pacific Northwest grain inspections β€” up 44% from the previous week. Mississippi Gulf grain inspections increased 3% from the previous week.

During the last four weeks, inspections were 62% above last year and 63% above the three-year average.

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