USDA will release the September supply and demand estimates tomorrow. U.S. Commodities President Don Roose says most traders are expecting a tighter soybean carryout number. That will also be reflected in the average yields. “We really can’t lose a bushel from what the government had in the August report, let along two,” said Roose. “That is one that will get pretty dicey pretty fast.” The corn balance sheet is a different story. “It will be harder to get a (corn) carryout under 2 billion (bushels), but it is possible.”
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