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Australia increased exports of feed barley in December and reduced shipments of sorghum

Австралия в декабре увеличила экспорт фуражного ячменя и сократила отгрузки сорго
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Barley Malt
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Feb 7, 2022
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According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in December 2021, the country exported 942.7 thousand tons of feed barley and 19.2 thousand tons of malting barley, as well as 78.5 thousand tons of sorghum, reports Grain Central.

At the same time, it is noted that the country increased the shipment of feed barley by 58% per month (596.5 thousand tons in November), while the export of malting barley decreased by 68% (60.4 thousand tons in November), sorghum - by 32% (116.4 thousand tons).

Australia exported the main volumes of feed barley to Saudi Arabia - 296.1 thousand tons (-7% per month), Japan - 160 thousand tons (against 120 tons in November) and Vietnam - 71.7 thousand tons (+35% ).

Sorghum was exported to China - 77.6 thousand tons (-31% per month) and the Philippines - 939 tons (-33%).
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in December 2021, the country exported 942.7 thousand tons of feed barley and 19.2 thousand tons of malting barley, as well as 78.5 thousand tons of sorghum, reports Grain Central. At the same time, it is noted that the country increased the shipment of feed barley by 58% per month (596.5 thousand tons in November), while the export of malting barley decreased by 68% (60.4 thousand tons in November), sorghum - by 32% (116.4 thousand tons). Australia exported the main volumes of feed barley to Saudi Arabia - 296.1 thousand tons (-7% per ...
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