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NOPA Nov Soybean Crush 157.308
Fri Dec 14, 2012 08:11 AM CST

(OMAHA (DTN) -- NOPA says soybean crush was 157.308 million bushels for November, up 3.772 million bushels from the previous month.

Soybeans in thousand bushels, soymeal in short tons, soyoil in thousand pounds, yield in pounds per bushel. Cumulative crush figures which began October 1, 2011, are estimated due to rounding calculated by Dow Jones. r-revised. (a)-capacity figures are updated quarterly. Source: National Oilseed Processors Association.

---------------------TOTAL---------

Nov 12 Oct 12

Soybeans crushed 157,308 153,536

Soymeal produced 3,746,715 3,628,909

Soymeal yield 47.64 47.27

Soymeal exports 1,039,965 819,786

Soyoil produced 1,830,510 1,805,675

Soyoil yield 11.64 11.76

Soyoil stocks 2,384,756 ...

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