Ukraine exported almost 38 million tons of grain

Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 18, 2024

Tridge summary

In the 2023/2024 marketing year, Ukraine has seen a decrease in its grain and pulses exports by 1.745 million tonnes, totaling 37.962 million tonnes, as reported by the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine. This decline is primarily due to a significant drop in corn exports by 2.665 million tonnes, despite a rise in wheat exports by 1.166 million tonnes. Other exports like barley, rye, and flour also saw reductions, with flour exports decreasing by 1.47 times compared to the previous year. This downturn is part of a larger trend, with agricultural product exports falling by 17% in the first half of the 2023/24 marketing year compared to the same period in the previous year.
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Original content

As of April 15, in 2023/2024 MY Ukraine exported 37 mln 962 thsd tonnes of grains and pulses, which is 1 mln 745 thsd tonnes or 1.04 times less than last year. This is reported on the website of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine. Exports of Ukrainian wheat amounted to 14 mln 817 thsd tonnes, which is 1 mln 166 thsd tonnes or 1.08 times more than last year. Ukrainian farmers also exported 2 million 125 thousand tons of barley and 1.0 thousand tons of rye. Exports of Ukrainian corn amounted to 20 mln 723 thsd tonnes, which is 2 mln 665 thsd tonnes or 1.12 times less than last year. In addition, 83.2 thou tons of flour (or 110.9 thou tons in terms of grain) were exported, which is 39.7 thou tons or 1.47 times less than last year. Preliminary data on grain and pulses exports were published by ...
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