Italy: Prices are still rising for all livestock feed items
Market & Price Trends
Sunflower Seed Flour
Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Published Nov 21, 2023
Prices of raw materials used for livestock feed in Italy continue to increase, with both fodder cereals and protein cereals experiencing new weekly increases. Barley prices have risen further, with a heavy variety in Bologna reaching €219-224/t. Soybeans and soybean flour prices have also increased, while sunflower and rapeseed flours have seen growth.
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According to Bmti findings, new increases have been recorded both among fodder cereals (barley, sorghum and soft wheat) and among protein cereals After the previous week, the current phase of increase in the prices of raw materials intended for livestock feed traded on the Italian market is confirmed. In the lists of the national commodity exchanges, new weekly increases were observed both for fodder cereals, with further "plus" signs for barley, sorghum and soft wheat, and for protein products. Among the latter, the upward trend of soybeans and soybean flour continues, always influenced by the dynamics taking place on foreign markets. Sunflower and rapeseed flours are also growing. Barley continues to rise The fodder cereals sector presents a dynamic market with widespread increases in the various national price lists. The growth of national barley continues: the heavy variety in Bologna records a further increase of €3/t, positioning itself between €219-224/t (free on arrival), ...