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                                                      August 18, 2022
                                                                  
                                   Portland Price Trends
                 08-01-21    01-01-22    07-01-22    08-11-22   08-18-22
#1 SWW (bu)         9.25       10.70        9.50        8.80       8.20
White Club         10.75       12.45        9.50        8.80       8.70
DNS 14%            10.33       10.78       10.28        9.95       9.35
HRW 11.5%           8.37        9.81       10.23        9.90       9.24
#2 Corn (ton)     245.00      274.00      278.00      281.00     279.00
#2 Barley         200.00      240.00      245.00      235.00     235.00

   Wheat...A slower pace of demand and harvest pressure remained apparent
across west coast wheat markets this week. White wheat markets are seeing  
a good yielding crop weigh on nearby prices, as bids moved to the lowest
levels in over a year.  Carries remain minimal, with dark northern spring
showing a slight premium for October delivery.
   Weekly Sales...Despite recent declines in U.S. wheat prices, demand on
the export front remains lethargic. USDA reported a marketing year low for
export sales, coming in at 7.6 mb to put year-to-date sales at 324 mb; 2%
below a year ago and 11% behind the five-year average pace. Red spring was
top seller with 2.6 mb, putting commitments at 92 mb which is 2% below a
year ago but 40% above average.  Hard red winter saw only 1.7 mb in sales
to put the current year total at 97 mb, setting 17% behind a year ago and
12% below average.  White wheat registered 1.6 mb in new business, putting
commitments at 71 mb which is 18% ahead of last year but 24% below average.
Mexico and the Philippines were top buyers, securing 3.1 mb and 2.4 mb of
U.S. wheat, respectively.
                                     -Norm Ruhoff  Contributing Analyst

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