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Exporters Report Wheat Sale
Wed Jul 30, 2014 08:06 AM CDT

WASHINGTON (Dow Jones) -- Private exporters reported to the U.S. Department of Agriculture export sales of 205,500 metric tons of wheat for delivery to Nigeria.

Of the total, 151,500 tons is hard red winter wheat, with 131,500 tons scheduled for delivery during the 2014-15 marketing year and 20,000 tons scheduled for delivery during the 2015-16 marketing year. The remaining 54,000 tons is soft red winter wheat, with 44,000 tons scheduled for delivery during the 2014-15 marketing year and 10,000 tons scheduled for delivery during the 2015-16 marketing year.

The marketing year for wheat began June 1.

USDA issues both daily ...

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