River BargeU.S. corn exports hit a marketing year high in the second-to-last week of November. The bulk of those exports likely went to China, which was listed as an unknown destination. China purchased more than 100,000 tons of U.S. corn last week and large amounts of soybeans, wheat, and sorghum.

Soybeans exceeded projections for the year at 1,895,300 tons (69.6 million bushels), 10% higher than the previous week and up 10% higher than the four-week average. Wheat exports were sharply higher at 22.9 million bushels, as were sorghum exports at 7.3 million bushels. China remained the largest destination. Net beef and pork exports saw declines, at 37% and 20% from the week prior.

Read more on the latest U.S. export data here.