Zootechnical feed: The increases for barley and soy continue in Italy
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Published Jul 25, 2023
The prices of barley and soy continued to increase in the third week of July, while soft fodder wheat saw a resurgence after three weeks of declines. The tensions surrounding the non-renewal of the agreement on the export of Ukrainian cereals through the Black Sea played a role in these price increases. Despite the increases, current prices remain lower than last year's levels.
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According to Bmti surveys, there are also increases in fodder wheat, following the revocation of the Black Sea corridor Among the raw materials used for livestock feed, the increases in the prices of barley and soy continued in the third week of July. After three weeks of declines, soft fodder wheat is back on the rise, also conditioned by the tensions linked to the non-renewal of the agreement on the export of Ukrainian cereals through the Black Sea. Among the protein meals, weekly increases for soybean meal, while a further decline affected both wholemeal sunflower and rapeseed meal. Plus sign for protein sunflower. Barley, the climb continues In the forage cereals sector, domestic barley recorded a further slight weekly increase. On the Bologna market, national heavy barley regained the threshold of 200 €/t (free arrival), 4 €/t more than the previous week. A similar increase was observed for barley of Community origin. However, current national barley prices remain far from ...