Australia in October reduced the export of feed barley and increased shipments of sorghum

Published Dec 8, 2021

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According to experts from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in October this year, the country exported 432.1 thousand tons of barley and 297.6 thousand tons of sorghum, reports Grain Central. As specified, the volume of shipments of malting barley in the reporting month increased to 82.8 thousand tons compared to 32.7 thousand tons in September, while the export of feed barley, on the contrary, decreased - to 349.3 (512.6) thousand tons. In particular, in the reporting month, Australia did not ship feed grain to Kuwait (90.6 thousand tons in September), Mexico (30 thousand tons), New Zealand (5.8 thousand tons), and also decreased to Oman - up to 10 (36.9) thousand tons, Qatar - up to 50 (55.1) thousand tons, Saudi Arabia - up to 113.3 (131.5) thousand tons, UAE - up to 6.2 (55.5) ) thousand tons and Vietnam - up to 14 (54.2) thousand tons. At the same time, Japan in October increased imports of Australian feed barley to 137.6 (38.3) thousand tons, the Philippines - up to 13.7 ...
Source: Zol
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