Russia: Kursk and Oryol farmers increased supplies abroad by 31%

Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 12, 2024

Tridge summary

In the first quarter of 2024, Russia's Kursk and Oryol regions experienced a notable 31% increase in plant product exports, totaling 379 thousand tons, compared to the same period the previous year. The exports were predominantly grain and grain processing products, making up 96% of the total export volume. Latvia and Belarus were the main importers, accounting for 59% and 29% of the exports, respectively. Other countries such as China, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Poland, Serbia, Moldova, and Armenia also participated in importing these products, albeit in smaller quantities. This surge in exports builds on the momentum from 2023, where the Kursk region saw its grain exports more than double from the year before.
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The main importers are Latvia and Belarus. Exports of plant products from the Kursk and Oryol regions in the first quarter of 2024 increased by 31% compared to the same period last year - up to 379 thousand tons. Of this volume, 96% was grain and products of its processing, reports the press service of Rosselkhoznadzor. “Wheat, barley, corn, rapeseed, soybeans, buckwheat, mustard, as well as grain processing products: assorted cereals and flakes, flour, husks, malt, vegetable oils and others were shipped abroad,” the department noted. It is reported that the main buyers of Kursk and Oryol agricultural products are Latvia with a share of 59% of the total volume and Belarus - 29%. The remaining 12% comes from ...
Source: Zol
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