While this year’s grain harvest may match last year’s in size, the crop mix will shuffle  as farmers look for highest prices.
Tuesday, June 4, 2019

While this year’s grain harvest may match last year’s in size, the crop mix will shuffle as farmers look for highest prices.

While this year’s grain harvest may match last year’s in size, the crop mix will shuffle as farmers look for highest prices. King corn will shrink by 7%, to 33.1 million tons, predicts APK-Inform consultancy. Wheat will increase to 26.2 million tons and barley will increase to 7.9 million tons. Sunflower seed harvest will stay virtually the same, at 14.9 million tons. As a result, sunflower oil exports will be unchanged – 5.9 million tons. Soybean production is to drop by 20%, to 3.7 million tons. In compensation, canola production is to go up by 29%, to 3.6 million tons.

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