After China ended antidumping tariffs on Australian barley in August, dramatically lowering imported barley prices by $11 per MT, Chinese importers secured about 20 shipments, or over 1 MMT, of that grain from Australia.
Grain markets witnessed downward pressure at the end of last week, largely because of rain across key producing regions in the US, as well as easing tensions in the Black Sea region, finds an AHDB outlook.
In its third forecast for 2022, COCERAL sees the total grain crop for the EU and the UK as coming in at 309.5 million tons, an increase from the 305.6 million tons it forecast in March, but lower than the 312 million tons harvested last year.
The US Grains Council (USGC) is advancing a strategy to promote corn co-products including new high protein distiller’s dried grains with solubles (DDGS) to aquaculture producers in the high-potential North African and Southeast Asian regions.
Feed millers need to start demanding more coarse substrates from suppliers for their pelleted piglet diets, said Francesc Molist, manager, research and development, Schothorst Feed Research in the Netherlands.
Montana Microbial Products is participating in a global aquaculture accelerator as part of its ongoing commercial expansion plans aimed at establishing new production plants for its barley-based feed protein.
Large wheat crops are expected for the EU, US and Ukraine, while the improved US weather outlook and large Black Sea crop forecasts are pressuring maize prices, according to the latest AHDB grains and oilseeds market review.
In its first forecast for the 2019 crop, Coceral, the trade group representing the representing EU trade in cereals, rice, feedstuffs, oilseeds, olive oil, oils and fats and agrosupply, projects the EU total grain crop at 298.5 million tons.
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has forecast Australian wheat production for 2018/19 will decline to 17 million metric tons (MMT), the lowest since 2007/08, as dry and hot conditions prevail across major wheat growing areas. It expects wheat exports...
Feed production in Great Britain (GB) was up 4% for cattle and calves, 1.7% for poultry and down 3.3% for pigs from July to December 2018, compared with the same period in 2017/18, according to a new report from AHDB.