These terms were unfamiliar to me, but after a quick trip to Google, I found the same link as bennymix for "carryout".
Meanwhile, I'm guessing "crush" is short for "crush spread":
Crush spread - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"The crush spread is the difference between the combined value of meal and oil and the value of the original soybeans. The crush spread is a gauge of the soybean processor's profit margin, or the gross processing margin from crushing soybeans."