WASDE for February raised exports and lowered ending stocks for both corn and soybeans.
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This month’s 2020/21 U.S. corn outlook is for lower production, reduced corn used for ethanol, smaller feed and residual use and exports, and decreased ending stocks.
Final 2020 crop numbers from USDA put the overall corn crop at 14.2 billion bushels and soybeans at 4.14 billion bushels, both below trade expectations.
WASDE projects record corn exports and a smaller crop.