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                                                      November 30, 2021
                                                                  
                                   Portland Price Trends
                 11-01-20    01-01-20    10-01-21    11-23-21   11-30-21
#1 SWW (bu)         6.05        6.65        9.75       11.00      10.75
White Club          6.40        6.65       11.75       13.00      12.75
DNS 14%             6.76        7.14       10.69       11.55      11.37
HRW 11.5%           6.88        7.38        9.19       10.47       9.92
#2 Corn (ton)     180.00      211.00      255.00      277.00     274.00
#2 Barley         135.00      145.00      240.00      240.00     240.00

   Wheat...A sharp retreat across the futures complex today pulled west
coast cash prices off of fresh marketing year highs.  White wheat basis
did remain strong however, strengthening 30 cents over the past week as
U.S. supplies are at record low levels and quality concerns have arisen
in Australia due to recent rains.
   Shipments...The holiday-shortened week held an already slowed pace of
U.S. wheat shipments in check last week, registering only 9.1 mb to put
current year loadings 17% behind a year ago at 395 mb.  Hard red winter
was top shipper with 4.4 mb, followed by hard red spring with 2.7 mb and
white wheat at 1.3 mb.  The Philippines was the only taker off the west
coast with a total of 4.3 mb loaded for that destination.
   Crop Progress...Recent moisture and unseasonably warm conditions have
improved winter wheat potential across the Pacific Northwest, but crops
still reflect the impact of historically dry plantings. USDA reports the
good to excellent ratings for Idaho at 39%, Oregon at 24% and Washington
at just 22%. Oregon ratings still show nearly 50% of the crop rated poor
to very poor and Washington with 21% in that category.
    
                                   -Norm Ruhoff  Contributing Analyst

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