LINCOLN, Neb. September 30, 2021 – Nebraska corn stocks in all positions on September 1,
2021 totaled 163 million bushels, down 28% from 2020, according to the USDA’s National
Agricultural Statistics Service. Of the total, 47.5 million bushels are stored on farms, down 45%
from a year ago. Off-farm stocks, at 116 million bushels, are down 17% from last year.
Soybeans stored in all positions totaled 21.5 million bushels, down 58% from last year. On-farm
stocks of 8.40 million bushels are down 42% from a year ago, and off-farm stocks, at
13.1 million bushels, are down 65% from 2020.
Wheat stored in all positions totaled 58.1 million bushels, up 11% from a year ago. On-farm
stocks of 6.90 million bushels are up 64% from 2020 and off-farm stocks of 51.2 million bushels
are up 6% from last year.
Sorghum Off-farm holdings, at 835,000 bushels, are down 21% from last year.
Oat stocks stored in all positions totaled 1.31 million bushels, down 23% from last year. On-
farm oat stocks totaled 1.00 million bushels, up 67% from 2020 and off-farm oats totaled 306,000 bushels, down 72% from a year ago.
Barley stored in all positions totaled 164,000 bushels, down 12% from 2020.
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