Canadian corn and soybean stocks are up over one year ago. Meanwhile, stocks of wheat, barley and canola are lower. According to Friday’s report, corn stocks are up 14 percent from one year ago at 9.2 million metric tons. The inventory of soybeans is at two million metric tons, which is a fraction of one percent higher than 2021. Wheat stocks are down more than 36 percent from one year ago, dropping to levels not seen since 2003. Canadian canola stocks are forecast at nearly four million tons, down 49 percent from last year. Barley stocks are down 44 percent.
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