Heading into USDA's July round of Supply and Demand and Crop Production reports, thoughts were that the numbers would give even more strength to the bears with domestic and global ending stocks increasing for the three major grains (corn, soybeans and wheat). So when the reports were released and the numbers came in larger than last month, few should have been surprised. However, the interesting part was how USDA got there.
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