Polish grain trade remains limited with significant purchases of corn for export

Updated Sep 25, 2023
Wheat exports from Poland may slow down in the coming weeks - forecasts the Grain and Feed Chamber. According to experts, in the last quarter of this year however, corn exports may be significant due to purchases of this grain in recent weeks. The Grain and Feed Chamber informed in its Monday newsletter that grain trade on the Polish grain market remains limited.
The ongoing sowing of winter crops and the continuing reluctance of farmers to sell grain mean that the supply of cereals is "still small" - it was noted. Few sales offers As it was added, the number of grain sales offers from trading companies also decreased. "There are few offers for sale of virtually all cereals," it was stated. According to the IZP, many farmers "are still not interested in selling wheat grain to ports." Therefore, it was assessed that wheat exports from the country may slow down in the coming weeks, which will also be influenced by competition from the Black Sea countries. "In the last quarter of this year, corn exports may be significant because in recent weeks there have been significant purchases of corn for export, both from old and new harvests," it was reported. The harvest has already started According to IZP data, feed mills are waiting for the appearance of this year's corn, and locally the harvest of early varieties of this grain has already begun. ...
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