CHICAGO, April 8 (Reuters) – The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Friday kept its estimate of U.S. corn ending stocks unchanged at 675million bushels, which was above an average trade forecast for 586 million bushels.    The USDA also kept its estimate of U.S. soybean ending stocks unchanged at 140 million bushels, just above an average of trade estimates for 137million bushels.    The department forecast U.S. wheat ending stocks at 839 million bushels, down from its March estimate of 843 million and below an average trade estimate of 857 million.    The report comes amid corn futures <Cc1> at the Chicago Board of Trade hitting a record high this week on dwindling supplies in the United States,the world’s top exporter of the grain, and strong demand to make ethanol and feed.

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