Export sales for the week ending on Nov. 12th was strong for soybeans and dismal for corn and wheat. Net Wheat sales were 317,000 tons. The primary buyers were Mexico, Nigeria, Japan, Venezuela and Columbia. Sales are 183 million bushels behind one year ago. Corn sales of 208,900 tons included a cancellation of 426,200 tons to unknown destinations. We need to average roughly 500,000 tons per week to meet USDA projections.
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