The first of this month’s impactful USDA reports, the agency’s monthly World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report, will be released Tuesday morning and is expected to show just slight change in domestic grain supply and demand but focus more on changes in South American crop potential that could alter supply/demand balance sheets later in the year. Tuesday’s report is expected to show fairly static numbers, with any upside in U.S. corn demand coming from the export market, while soybean ending stocks could change based more on a potential new swine disease outlook in China and crop potential in Brazil. Wheat stocks are expected to be most influenced by corn prices and their effects on feed demand. See what else to expect from Tuesday’s WASDE report.