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U.S. long grain rice supplies 18 MIO cw smaller then last year
Total U.S. long grain supplies in 2006/07 are projected at 193.9 million cwt, almost 18 million cwt smaller than a year earlier. A 20.5-million cwt drop in long grain production is projected to more than offset a larger carryin and record long grain imports. The long grain crop projection of 157 million cwt is nearly 12 percent smaller than a year earlier. Almost all U.S. long grain rice is grown in the South. Beginning stocks of long grain rice are projected at 24.9 million cwt, up 9 percent from a year earlier. At a record 12 million cwt, long grain imports are up more than 4 percent from a year earlier. Thailand supplies more than three-fourths of U.S. long grain imports. India and Pakistan supply most of the remainder. Aromatic rice accounts for the bulk of U.S. rice imports from these three top suppliers.
Total long grain use is projected at 178.5 million cwt, down almost 5 percent from a year earlier.
Long grain exports are forecast at 82 million cwt, down 12 percent from a year earlier and the smallest since 2003/04. Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, Europe, the Middle East, Sub- Saharan Africa, and Canada are the top destinations for U.S. long grain exports. Total domestic and residual use of long grain rice is projected at a record 96.5 million cwt, up 3 percent from a year earlier. Ending stocks of long grain rice are projected at 15.4 million cwt, down 38 percent from a year earlier. The stocks-to-use ratio is projected at 8.6 percent, down from a 13.3-percent ratio a year earlier.
Total U.S. supplies of combined medium/short grain rice in 2006/07 are projected at 62.2 million cwt, down almost 3 percent from a year earlier and the smallest since 1998/99. A much smaller carryin is expected to more than offset a slightly larger crop and record imports.
MGR Archive 16.5.2006
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