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As of 19.05.17 domestic farmers sowed grains and legumes on almost 6.8 million hectares, accounting for 94% of the planned sowing of 7.2 million hectares.

As of May 18, Ukrainian agrarians planted spring grains and pulses throughout the areas of 6.728 mln ha, or 93% of the forecast, a decrease of 90 thsd ha compared with the same date last year, declared the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine.

On 7th and 8th July, the II International Grain Conference GRAIN UKRAINE will take place in Odessa with the support of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine and Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine. The conference provider is “TIS Group of Terminals”, the head of the conference organizing committee is Mr. Andrey Stavnitser. The special sponsor of the GRAIN UKRAINE 2017 conference is Ag Growth International (AGI); the sponsor of the 2nd conference day is RISOIL S.A.; the official sponsor is CIS Commodity Inspection Services.

Since the beginning of the season-2016/17 (July 1), and as of May 17, Ukraine exported record volumes of grains - 39.14 mln tonnes, an increase of 120 thsd tonnes compared with the whole last season, declared the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine.

As of May 16, Ukrainian agrarians planted spring grains and pulses throughout the areas of 6.526 mln ha, or 90% of the forecast, a decrease of 166 thsd ha compared with the same date last year. declared the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine.

Although world cereal production is set to decline in 2017, supplies are likely to remain large with next season’s cereal ending stocks remaining close to their record high opening levels. The cereal stocks-to-use ratio in 2017/18 could however drop slightly below the current season’s level to 25.8 percent.

Agrimarkets

World agrimarket
World agrimarket (26 December - 30 December, 2016)
  • TAIPEI, CHINESE: Traders: Taiwan Flour Millers' Association seeks (21 Dec) 93,125 t US milling wheat, Feb/Mar shipment.
  • PHILIPPINES: Traders: purchased 25,000 t feed wheat from Australia, at about $196.00 c&f, Apr arrival.
World agrimarket (14 November - 18 November, 2016)
  • ALGERIA: Traders: OAIC (state grains agency) bought around 200,000 t durum wheat from optional origins (likely from the US, Canada and Mexico), at $335-$345 c&f, Nov/Dec.
  • INDONESIA: Traders: a private mill recently secured 20,000 CRWS wheat from Canada, at $265-$270 c&f, for Feb shipment. Separately, a consortium of private millers purchased 25,000 t ASW wheat from Australia, at $210 c&f.
World agrimarket (26 September - 30 September, 2016)
  • EU (France): Shipping and trade sources: a 33,000 t wheat cargo from Bulgaria arrived at the port of Dunkirk, reportedly destined for the starch industry.
  • JORDAN: Traders: seeks (28 Sep) 100,000 t milling wheat and (29 Sep) 100,000 t feed barley from optional origins.
World agrimarket (12 September - 16 September, 2016)
  • SOUTH KOREA: Traders: Major Feedmill Group (MFG) purchased (8 Sep) 69,000 t maize from optional origins, at $188.45 c&f plus a $1.25 surcharge, for Dec arrival. Separately, Nonghyup Feed Inc. (NOFI) bought 62,000 t maize from optional origins, at $187.95 c&f plus a $1.25/t surcharge, Dec.
  • ALGERIA: Traders: OAIC (state grains agency) purchased (7 Sep) 300,000-500,000 t milling wheat from optional origins, at $197/t c&f, Oct-Nov shipment. While origins were not disclosed, supplies were expected to be sourced from the EU (France, UK, Germany and Poland) and the US.
World agrimarket (05 September - 09 September, 2016)
  • MEXICO: USDA: private exporters reported the sale of 129,540 t US maize, incl. 99,060 t for delivery in MY2016/17 (Sep/Aug) and 30,480 t in MY2017/18.
  • INDIA: Traders: in recent weeks, purchased around 52,000 t wheat from Ukraine, for Sep shipment. The latest deals follow the dispatch of 52,100 t in Jul and 90,000 t in Aug.

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