Russia: Tambov farmers shipped 10 percent more wheat in 2023 compared to the previous year

Published Jan 31, 2024

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In 2023, the Tambov region experienced a 25% increase in grain exports, totaling 395 thousand tons of grain and processed products. Wheat was the primary export crop, with a 10% increase from the previous year, reaching 182 thousand tons. Other exported crops included barley, corn, peas, soybeans, and wheat flour, with the majority being shipped to Latvia. The region is also exploring the possibility of expanding its export geography, with China being a potential market.
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Overall, the region’s grain exports increased by a quarter at the end of 2023. In 2023, 395 thousand tons of grain and processed products were exported from the Tambov region. Control over the quality and safety of export products was carried out by specialists from the Tambov branch of the Federal State Budgetary Institution “Grain Quality Assessment Center”. All deliveries were checked for compliance with the requirements of importing countries and the technical regulations of the Customs Union TR CU 015/2011 “On grain safety”. Wheat became the main export crop. In 2023, Tambov producers exported 182 thousand tons of wheat grain, which is an increase of 10% compared to 2022. 78 thousand tons of barley, 46 thousand tons of corn, 42 thousand tons of peas, 28 thousand tons of soybeans and 18 thousand tons of wheat flour were also exported “Grain exports from the Tambov region increased by 77.5 thousand tons, or 24%, compared to 2022. Today, the issue of expanding the geography of ...
Source: Agroxxi
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