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Wheat reserves in Kazakhstan exceed 8.4 million tons

Wheat
Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Kazakhstan
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 16, 2024

Tridge summary

As of April 1, 2024, Kazakhstan has reported a significant increase in its cereal and legume stocks, totaling over 10.5 million tons, with wheat constituting the bulk at 8.4 million tons. The detailed stock breakdown reveals over 6.9 million tons allocated for food purposes, more than 1.1 million tons reserved for seeds, and over 2.3 million tons used for fodder. Specifically, food wheat stocks have reached over 6 million tons. The distribution of these stocks spans across various entities including agricultural producers, elevators, farms, wholesalers, and flour millers. In addition to wheat, Kazakhstan also holds considerable quantities of barley, corn, rice, rye, oats, and buckwheat.
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Original content

On April 1, 2024, stocks of cereals and legumes in Kazakhstan exceeded 10.5 million tons, of which wheat – 8.4 million tons. This is reported by the Bureau of National Statistics. Of the total volume of cereals, food stocks are more than 6.9 million tons, seeds – more than 1.1 million tons and fodder – more than 2.3 million tons. There were more than 6 million tons of food wheat in storage, more than 933 thousand tons in seed stocks, and more than 1 .4 million tons of fodder. According to the statistical data, on April 1, there were more than 2.7 million tons of wheat in storage of agricultural producers, more than 2.8 million tons in elevators, more than 1.3 million tons in farms, and more than 127 thousand tons at wholesalers. Stocks of flour millers exceeded 897 thousand tons and more than 429 thousand tons at other legal entities. Barley stocks amounted to more than 1.3 million tons: more than 504 thousand ...
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