Ukrainian Grain Association


Since the beginning of 2016/17 MY, and as of April 19, Ukraine exported 35.79 mln tonnes of grains, declared the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine.

On April 18-19, Ukraine faced the minimum air temperatures in the north and west, in particular in Chernihiv oblast the air temperatures reduced to -5оC, but winter crops usually do not have troubles with such figures, reported the Head of the agrometeorology department at the Ukrainian hydrometeorological center, Tatiana Adamenko on April 19.

In the following four years, grain harvest volumes in Ukraine will total more than 90 mln tonnes, an increase of 36.4% compared with the last year figures. At the same time, the exports will grow to nearly 60 mln tonnes, against the current level of 40-45 mln tonnes, declared the President at Ukrainian Grain Association (UGA), Mykolai Gorbachev on April 18.

Ukrainian companies received the right for duty-free supplying of yellow (feed) corn to Kenya until August 30, 2017, at the volume of 363 thsd tonnes, reported the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine on April 14.

In 2017, Ukraine will increase the planted areas under soybeans by 100-200 thsd ha to more than 2 mln ha, which will also enlarge the oilseed harvest volumes by 10-12%, declared the Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine, Olena Kovalova on April 13.

Ukrainian agrarians started planting corn for grain. As of April 10, Ukraine planted the grain throughout the areas of 60 thsd ha, or 1% of the plan, declared the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine.


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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