Feed Outlook: April 2013
by Thomas Capehart
Feed Outlook No. (FDS-13D) 22 pp, April 2013
This Feed Outlook report discusses market analysis of domestic and international feed grain markets, providing supporting and supplementary information related to USDA’s April 2013 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report. The April Feed Outlook also includes a special article discussing the recent runup in prices for RINs (Renewable Identification Numbers), relationships with ethanol markets, and implications for projections of corn used to produce ethanol.
Keywords: corn, sorghum, barley, oats, wheat, trade, feed and residual, food and industrial use, international production, RINs, Renewable Fuel Standard, Renewable Identification Numbers, ethanol, blend wall
In this publication...
- Entire report, 527 kb
- Special Article: High RIN Prices Signal Constraints to U.S. Ethanol Expansion, 134 kb
- Table 1--Feed grains: U.S. quarterly supply and disappearance (million bushels), 41 kb
- Table 2--Feed and residual use of wheat and coarse grains, 26 kb
- Table 3--Cash feed grain prices, 27 kb
- Table 4--Selected feed and feed byproduct prices (dollars per ton), 28 kb
- Table 5--Corn: Food, seed, and industrial use (million bushels), 25 kb
- Table 6--Wholesale corn milling product and byproduct prices, 25 kb
- Table 7--U.S. feed grain imports by selected sources (1,000 metric tons), 25 kb
- Table 8--U.S. feed grain exports by selected destinations (1,000 metric tons), 29 kb
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