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                                                      August 16, 2022
                                                                  
                                   Portland Price Trends
                 08-01-21    01-01-22    07-01-22    08-09-22   08-16-22
#1 SWW (bu)         9.25       10.70        9.50        8.85       8.70
White Club         10.75       12.45        9.50        8.85       9.20
DNS 14%            10.33       10.78       10.28        9.69       9.83
HRW 11.5%           8.37        9.81       10.23        9.61       9.87
#2 Corn (ton)     245.00      274.00      278.00      279.00     281.00
#2 Barley         200.00      240.00      245.00      235.00     235.00

   Wheat...Seasonal harvest pressure kept nearby wheat markets somewhat
subdued in early week trade, but exporters did put a premium back on club
wheat to entice some farmer movement on late-harvested spring crop.  Bid
structures are showing only modest carries in white and hard red winter
markets, with red spring posting a dime carry into October.
   Crop Progress..Intermittment showers late last week slowed PNW harvest
progress a bit last week, with some inland areas seeing some hail damage.
Oregon winter wheat harvest sets at 82% complete with spring wheat at 40%.
Idaho is running 40% behind the average pace at 28% complete on the winter
wheat harvest with spring wheat 14% cut.  Washington is showing 45% of the
winter wheat cut, about 30% behind the average pace, with the spring crop
reported at 14% cut.  Yield reports show exceptional quanity and quality.
   Shipments...Weekly export inspections showed total U.S. wheat loadings
of 13.7 mb last week, down from 23.4 mb the prior week.  The year-to-date
total of 142 mb sets 23% behind a year ago.  Hard red winter, springs and
soft red winter moved just over 3.5 mb each while soft white registered a
total of 2.8 mb. The Philippines was the top destination for wheat off of
the west coast, taking 3.2 mb, and China took on 7.5 mb of soybeans.

                                  -Norm Ruhoff  Contributing Analyst

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